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When the Mountains Fall

by Mark Schultz

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Words and Music by Mark Schultz From the recording: Song Cinema, Track #1. You stand on the edge You followed the call No turning back you are risking it all He whispers your name In a moment of truth The rocks fall around you The ground starts to move You step out on faith It's all that you know You jump into darkness and hold onto hope When the mountains fall When the rivers rise Security crumbles before your eyes The one thing you know In faith you'll find Something to stand on or you will be taught to fly So dream your dreams And live your life Knowing there's more than to merely survive Don't give up, don't give in Fight through the rain and lean into the wind 'Til you come to the edge of all that you know Run right through the dark knowing you're not alone When you walk through the fire It will not consume you Though the water will rise It won't overtake you Though the mountains will fall Oh, still I am with you I've called you by name And I will not leave you I'm learning to trust you I'm learning to fly I'm learning to trust you I'm learning to fly

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