Dreamer

Wes Tillett

It’s a dream I’ve had since I was ten:
To be a cowboy ridin’ ‘neath the Grand Teton Mountains
Just a boy and his horse and the open range
I would ride Wyoming in the snow and rain

Then I’d stoke the fire and I’d smoke my pipe
A-frame log cabin, three kids, and a lovely housewife

But I didn’t know then it would have to change
‘Cause I didn’t know then what the world would need

There’s a dream that trumps all my earthly dreams
It’s the very dream of God
The dream that one day every tribe and tongue
Will embrace the love of God

Now I ride on the sky to revive Kashmir
Tryin’ to pray, figure out what I’m supposed to do when I get there
Tryin’ to seek His face while I’m on this plane
So I can save my neighbors from the snow and rain

It’s a dream I’ve had since I was ten:
To be a cowboy ridin’ ‘neath the Grand Teton Mountains

And I didn’t know then it would have to change
‘Cause I didn’t know then what the world would need
No, I didn’t know then it would have to change
‘Cause I didn’t know then You would call my name

There’s a dream that trumps all our earthly dreams
It’s the very dream of God
The dream that one day every people of earth
Will embrace the Son of God


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