The Church at the Top of the Hill

Well I’m the one who gets into his own head
When it seems like the world’s going right
And I will think on words left unsaid
When I’m left with my thoughts in the night
But you keep me in your arms, embracing
The fear that I’ve held in my heart
And, oh, your love it keeps erasing
The doubt that would keep us apart

‘Cause when you married me that Friday
At the church at the top of the hill
I vowed that I would love you always
Through the ups and the downs and the spills
So when our road seems to fade
Or we lose our way or we come to a standstill
Oh, I’ll take myself back to
The church at the top of the hill

Well I may wake up next to you, oh, one day
And the butterflies may be gone
They say the honeymoon is short-lived
And a lifetime together is long
But I will try to love you better
Every day than I did in the past
And I know I won’t get it perfect
But that’s the kind of love that will last

‘Cause when you married me that Friday
At the church at the top of the hill
I vowed that I would love you always
Through the ups and the downs and the spills
So when our road seems to fade
Or we lose our way or we come to a standstill
Oh, I’ll take myself back to
The church at the top of the hill

So I won’t say it will be painless
‘Cause we know that ain’t true
I won’t say my love’s been blameless
But it’s saved in my heart for you
And we’re a work in progress
But I will try to paint a life for you
I do it all for you

Because you married me that Friday
At the church at the top of the hill
I don’t know why you chose to love me
But I know that you always will
So when our road seems to fade
Or we lose our way or we come to a standstill
Oh, I’ll take myself back to
The church at the top of the hill
Oh, the church at the top of the hill


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