JOAN BAEZ


Reunion Hill Lyrics

Must have been in late September
When last I climbed Reunion Hill
I fell asleep on Indian Boulder
And dreamed a dream I will not tell

I came home as the sun went down
One eye trained upon the ground
Even now I find their things
Glasses, coins and golden rings

It's ten years since that ragged army
Limped across these fields of mine
I gave them bread, I gave them brandy
But most of all I gave them time

My well is deep, the water pure
My streams are fed by mountain lakes
I cleaned the brow of many a soldier
Dousing for my husband's face

I won't forget our sad farewell
And how I ran to climb that hill
Just to watch him walk across the valley
And disappear into the trees

Along there in a sea of blue
It circles every afternoon
A single hawk in God's great sky
Looking down with God's own eyes

He soars above Reunion Hill
I pray he spiral higher still
As if from such an altitude
He might just keep my love in view

Must have been in late September
When last I climbed Reunion Hill

Correct these lyrics

these lyrics are submitted by musixmatch2

Watch Joan Baez Reunion Hill video

Official lyrics powered by
Watch Video
Rate Reunion Hill by Joan Baez (current rating: N/A)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Meaning to "Reunion Hill" song text no entries yet
required
capthca required

Characters count
: min. 100 characters