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Margaret Becker – You Remain Unchanged lyrics

Driving across Dakota
I saw an old freight train
That train has crossed this state
Through the wind the snow and rain
Now the wheels were rusted golden
And it wasn't on a track
Somebody somewhere swore that train would be coming back
You remain
Unchanged, unchanged
You remain
Unchanged, unchanged
Went back to my old house
And I parked across the street
I could almost see us there
My mother and me
And I could feel her gentle guidance
I could feel her hold me tight
Seems like too many years since she kissed me goodnight
You remain
Unchanged, unchanged
You remain
Unchanged, unchanged
You remain
Unchanged, unchanged
Walking with my father
Down the avenue
For every step he took
I must've taken two
Now his steps have grown much slower
But time keeps rushing on
We know this life's so fragile
But we're both counting on, that

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