Francesco Bonifazi
Mountains to Climb - band version
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Mountains to Climb
Francesco Bonifazi - 2016

INTRO
Missing you
Missing you...

VERSE 1
Just when skies - looked clear as glass
Had a feeling - our troubles had passed
Yooou hit me - with a final blow
Out of the blue - how would I have known

CHORUS
Now, there so many mountains yet to climb
Struggling up a steep incline
Wheeeen relations are left behind
So many mountains yet to climb
So many mountains yet to climb

VERSE 2
Watched you packing - on your way
Our love seemed strong just the other day
Something I said - or didn't do?
Already sad - knowing we're all through

CHORUS
Now, there so many mountains yet to climb
Struggling up a steep incline
Wheeeen relations are left behind
So many mountains yet to climb
So many mountains yet to climb

BRIDGE
Nothing ventured - nothing gained
No help when hit by a train
Be a while 'till another try
'Cause right now I'm just...
Wondering why?
Wondering why?

VERSE 3
The bed's still warm - but not your heart
Heard you needed a brand-new start
Tryin' to catch all of your news
But, I'm still here - just missing you

CHORUS
And so many mountains yet to climb
Struggling up a steep incline
Wheeeen relations are left behind
So many mountains yet to climb
So many mountains... a step at a time...
Description
Short Song Description:
We don't just forget people close to us one day and gone the next. I wrote this to help folks going through these tough times alone.
Story Behind the Song:
Trying to stay sane after a significant loss.
Credits
Lyric Credits: Francesco Bonifazi
Music Credits: Francesco Bonifazi
Producer Credits: Francesco Bonifazi
Publisher Credits: Francesco Bonifazi
Performance Credits: Francesco Bonifazi and Jim McCarty (drums)
Label Credits: Whistling Troubadour Music
Metadata
Song Length: 4:03
Primary Genre: Folk-Americana
Secondary Genre: Folk-Americana
Tempo / Feel: Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal: Male Vocal
Subject Matter 1: Loneliness
Subject Matter 2: Sorrow
Mood 1: Depressing
Mood 2: Heartbreaking
Similar Artist 1: James Taylor
Similar Artist 2: Jackson Browne
Language: English
Era: 1970 - 1979