Red Rock Hill

Red Rock Hill

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Folk - Rock | Landrum, South Carolina, United States
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Member Since: 2011
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Lyrics

Well I know a girl who lives over the mountain
And drinks from a fountain of clear flowing love
She is far from my town
But the traveling's worth it
When I get a drink of my own

Up the winding interstate
And over Parley's Summit
Through the Snyderville Basin
Up the Brown's Canyon Road
There's a small red house
With a garden beside it
And a fallen tree limb in the drive

There's a circle moon tonight
And I know everything's all right
With my girl from Peoa
At the end of Brown's Canyon Road

She lives with her daughter
Two cats and red heeler
And sometimes I tell her
That's too many things
But each morning she wakes up
She says her life is blessed
Even with a civil suit pending, I guess

There's a pale sky above
That lights the land that I love
With my girl from Peoa
At the end of Brown's Canyon Road

The highway I drive on is scattered with pitfalls
Wild things that play chicken on icy blind curves
But I know a girl who lives over the mountain
And drinks from a fountain of love

There's a circle moon tonight
And I know everything will be all right
With my girl from Peoa
At the end of Brown's Canyon Road

Oh meet me in your backyard
Where the grass has turned to tan
We can talk beneath the cottonwoods
Where the old spring creek once ran
Long diverted
Water converted
To the soil and the stones
But way up on the hill
I think there's water still
The acquifer has surely grown

Ah, meet me after midnight
Landscape cloaked in sleep
We will be haunted by the darkness
And you can gently weep

Song Length
6:14
Genres
Country - Bluegrass, Folk - Bluegrass


Lyric Credits Jay Wetmore
Music Credits Jay Wetmore
Producer Credits Jay Wetmore
Publisher Credits Jay Wetmore
Performance Credits Jay Wetmore
Label Credits Jay Wetmore