High Frontier

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lyrics

Over the mountains like the break of dawn,
Spring'll come a ramblin' but I'll be gone.
Gonna find my fortune and it won't be here;
Gonna ride a rocket to the high frontier.

Look for me on an April night
I'll be in Taurus if my charts are right...
If the wind ain't blowin' and the sky is clear
You'll see me goin' to the high frontier

I'll be workin' where the starlight's found,
Meantime moseyin' the whole world round.
Savin' up for better things than beer;
To build a station on the high frontier.

Hope and hardship and a worthy task
Is all I offer and it's all I ask
It'd be perfect if you were here--
Won't you follow to the high frontier?

All I ever needed was a silver flute,
Freeze dried coffee and an air-tight suit,
A star to follow and a ship to steer,
And you beside me on the high frontier!

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from From The Hazel Tree, released January 1, 2004

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Echo's Children Portland, Oregon

In 1995 Cat Faber and Callie Hills teamed up to form Echo's Children, a duo known for well crafted harmonies and interesting lyrics about science fiction and fantasy subjects. They worked together until 2003, when Cat Faber moved to Tennessee and the group broke up. ... more

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