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Climbing over Rocky Mountain

Climbing over Rocky Mountain lyrics

Climbing over Rocky Mountain

Chorus.
Climbing over rocky mountain,
Skipping rivulet and fountain,
Passing where the weeping willows quiver
Passing where the willows quiver,
By the ever-rolling river,
Swollen with the summer rain,
The summer rain.
Threading long and leafy mazes
Dotted with unnumbered daisies,
Dotted, dotted with unnumbered daisies;
Scaling rough and rugged passes,
Climb the hardy little lasses,
Till the bright sea-shore they gain!
Scaling rough and rugged passes,
Climb the hardy little lasses,
Till the bright sea-shore they gain!

Edith.
Let us gaily tread the measure,
Make the most of fleeting leisure,
Hail it as a true ally,
Though it perish by-and-by.

Chorus.
Hail it as a true ally,
Though it perish by-and-by.

Edith.
Every moment brings a treasure
Of its own especial pleasure;
Though the moments quickly die,
Greet them gaily as they fly,
Greet them gaily as they fly.
Chorus.
Though the moments quickly die,
Greet them gaily as they fly.

Kate.
Far away from toil and care,
Reveling in fresh sea-air,
Here we live and reign alone
In a world that's all our own.
Here, in this our rocky den,
Far away from mortal men,
We'll be queens, and make decrees -
They may honor them who please.
Chorus.
We'll be queens, and make decrees -
They may honor them who please.

All.
Let us gaily tread the measure,
Make the most of fleeting leisure,
Hail it as a true ally,
Though it perish by-and-by.
Hail it as a true ally,
Though it perish by-and-by.
Let us gaily tread the measure,
Make the most of fleeting leisure,
Hail it as a true ally,
A true ally.
Last Update: August, 17th 2016


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Musical: Pirates of Penzance, The. Song: Climbing over Rocky Mountain. Broadway musical soundtrack lyrics. Song lyrics from theatre show/film are property & copyright of their owners, provided for educational purposes