Superstition Mountain

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song lyric about the Lost Dutchman Mine

 

Superstition Mountain

 

In the mist of Superstition Mountain

They say a Thunder God protects the gold,

Men have climbed its rocky face

To disappear without a trace,

As Superstition Mountain

Collects another soul.

 

Superstition Mountain,

Will you ever let them find,

The treasure that you're hiding

From the seekers of your mine?

Will you ever let them see

The sparkle and the shine,

Or hide their souls forever

High above your timberline?

 

On the cliffs of Superstition Mountain

They say the Dutchman's ghost protects his gold,

Men have wondered through its caves

Digging tunnels to their graves,

As Superstition Mountain

Collects another soul.

 

Superstition Mountain,

Will you ever let them find

The treasure that you're hiding

From the seekers of your mine?

Will you ever let them see

The sparkle and the shine,

Or hide their souls forever,

High above your timberline?

 

Oh, will you ever let them see

The sparkle and the shine,

Or hide their souls forever,

High above your timberline?

 

p.s. In case you are a member of a Bluegrass, Folk, or Western group (or know someone who is) and might be interested in co-writing, please let me know - dennisgoodwin1947@gmail.com


Submitted: October 19, 2020

© Copyright 2021 Dennis L. Goodwin. All rights reserved.

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