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Up To The Depth

This song is by Anthony Smith and appears on the album If That Ain't Country (2002).

The tallest mountain that you've never seen,
If you stood on the peak, then you would be standing waist deep, in the middle of the sea.
The deepest hole that you can think of, ain't below it's above,
Ten billion miles up, in some galaxy, yet to be seen.
But I'm right here, with a feeling so strong it can fly.

Higher than high,
Lower than low,
Wider than wide,
That's how far my love goes.
If you were to die,
Into the obis,
You would need wings 'cause it's a long way up,
To the depths of my love.

There is a place you can't see,
Strong enough to be weak,
Where you'll always be, wherever you are,
And now deep in my heart.
'Cause I'm right here, and the feeling's so strong it can fly.

Chorus repeated twice:
Higher than high,
Lower than low,
Wider than wide,
That's how far my love goes.
If you were to die,
Into the obis,
You would need wings 'cause it's a long way up,
To the depths of my love.

Oh, Higher than high,
Lower than low,
Wider than wide,
That's how far my love goes.
If you were to die,
Into the obis,
You would need wings 'cause it's a long way up,
To the depths of my love.

My love.

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