I'd climb the highest mountain. Я бы взобрался на самую высокую гору, If I knew that when I climbed that mountain. Если бы я знал, что, когда я заберусь на эту гору, I'd find you. Я найду тебя. I'd swim the deepest river. Я бы переплыл самую глубокую реку, If I knew that when I swam that river. That I'd find you, sittin' there. I'd even swim the deepest river.
I'd climb the highest mountain If I knew that when I climbed that mountain I'd find you. I'd swim the deepest river If I knew that when I swam that river I'd find you. Without you dear my life means nothing to me No matter where you are That's where I want to be. I'd pray to get to Heaven 'Cause I know that if I got to Heaven I'd find you. I'd pay the price of sorrow If I only knew that some tomorrow I'd find you. Submit Corrections.
I'd Climb the Highest Mountain is a 1951 Technicolor religious drama film made by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation. It was directed by Henry King and produced by Lamar Trotti from a screenplay by King and Trotti. The story is based on a 1910 novel by Corra Harris about a minister and his wife in southern Appalachia in the early 20th century. The music score was by Sol Kaplan and the cinematography by Edward Cronjager.
I Wish I Had My Old Gal Back Again. The Old Piano Roll Blues. Carolina in the Morning.
Give Me Back My Love.
I wish I had her back again. I wish I had my old gal back again I miss her more than ever now. Tho' we drifted apart, There's a place in my heart Just for her and for no other, Right next to my mother. Gee! How diff'rent my life might have been. I've lived and learned a lot since then. There never was a pal like my old gal. I wish I had her back again.
He was the brother of Jack Kaufman (2) and Phillip Kaufman, with whom he formed a family band called the Kaufman Brothers. b. 8 February, 1890 (Syracuse, NY, USA) d. 3 January, 1976 (Indio, CA, USA). com, lo. ov, ad. ibrary.
The climb was really difficult especially at the end when I got bad stomach pains. I was thinking: ‘I don’t know if I’m going to make it because this is the worst pain I’ve ever felt’, but then, as we started approaching the summit, it all just faded away. The climb was definitely harder than I’d expected, with lots of problems along the way, but anyway, it was totally worth it! The feeling at the summit was like no other feeling in my life! I wasn’t alone of course. I made my way up the mountain with my dad, stepmom and three guides, who are all experienced mountaineers. It was a wall painting in the school hallway, which had seven continents’ summits and they impressed me so much! Then, one day when my father picked me up from school, I said to him: ‘Dad, I want to climb the Seven Summits of the world. Since then I have put all my efforts into making this early childhood dream come true.