BILL STAINES


Distances And Miles Lyrics

It's too late for any music,
I've sung me my last song
And there's not a face left in the place
The people have all gone.
Now I'll have one more Margarita,
Mix it up in Texas-style
And I'll think of you with your eyes so blue
And go dreaming for a while.
Chorus: Now I still softly call your name
We still go stepping through the night
In the thunder and the rain
In the breathless morning light.
And still that redbird sweetly sings
Across the distances and miles
Across the distances and miles
And on high and wond'rous wings
There is a heart that dances.

There were times when I'd forgotten
How to face another morn
And there were days when I thought the ways
Of love in life were gone.
Then I came drifting dry and aimlessly
and there and then I found a friend
In Warm and willing arms.

Chorus:

So if you ever hear this song
down some long and lonely road
May it follow you, if you are blue,
May it lighten up your road.
For there is someone on that highway, too,
Chasing dreams across the land
And, if he could be like some wind so free,
He'd take you by your hand,

And he would softly call your name
As you go stepping through the night
In the thunder and the rain
Until the breathless morning light.
For still that redbird sweetly sings
Across the distances and miles
And on high and wond'rous wings
There is a heart that dances, a heart that dances.

For still that redbird sweetly sings
Across the distances and miles
And on high and wond'rous wings
There is a heart that dances, a heart that dances.

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