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From the CD "Roll Me Down the Mountain," Words and music (c)2010, David Burns (ASCAP)

Lyrics

Words and music (c)2010, David Burns (ASCAP)
All rights reserved.

Katherine Crowley's on a boat for the homeland
Katherine Crowley's gone, she's nowhere to be found
Katherine Crowley stole my heart with her own hand
Then she was gone as soon as I turned around

(CHORUS)
Now there's a fire upon the mountain, there's a storm that fuels a thunder
There's a fog that shrouds the Scottish Moor down to the Spanish plane
Floods are rushin' through the brush, and me, I'm going under
And it happens every time I hear her name

Now I'm adrift, just like a ship lost on the high seas
Because without her here my life ain't worth a dime
No one as lonely as a fool forced to my knees
Nothing as sorry as a man past his prime

Now there's a fire upon the mountain, there's a storm that fuels a thunder
There's a fog that shrouds the Scottish Moor down to the Spanish plane
Floods are rushin' through the brush, and me, I'm going under
And it happens every time I hear her name

Bet she don't cry, nobody wonders why she never said good-bye
She's gone, long gone; somebody send her home.

Katherine Crowley's gone away, ne'er to return
Katherine Crowley etched her face upon my heart
And maybe someday when her life's no more my concern
I'll get on with my own, her memory will depart

But now there's a fire upon the mountain, there's a storm that fuels a thunder
There's a fog that shrouds the Scottish Moor down to the Spanish plane
Floods are rushin' through the brush, and me, I'm going under
And it happens every time I hear her name