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Where Rainbows Never Die Lyrics


Logan Brill Where Rainbows Never Die

[Verse 1]
I'm an old woman now, I can't do nothin'
Young folks don't pay me no mind
But in my day I sure was something
Before I felt the heavy hand of time

[Chorus]
I will make my way
Across the fields of cotton
And wade through the muddy waters
One last time
And in my dreams, I'm comin' out clean
When I reach the other side
West of where the sun sets
Where the rainbows never die

[Verse 2]
I'm an old woman now, I'm bound for glory
Time to lay my burden down
Had enough of this old world of worry
Gonna trade my troubles for a crown

[Chorus]
I will make my way
Across the fields of cotton
And wade through the muddy waters
One last time
And in my dreams, I'm comin' out clean
When I reach the other side
West of where the sun sets
Where the rainbows never die

[Bridge]
I've got one last thing to do
One more mile before I'm through
Castin' off these earthly chains
Goin' where there's no more pain

[Chorus]
I will make my way
Across the fields of cotton
And wade through the muddy waters
One last time
And in my dreams, I'm comin' out clean
When I reach the other side
West of where the sun sets
Where the rainbows never die

[Outro]
I'm an old woman now
I can't do nothin'
Young folk don't pay me no mind

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