Lyrics

Big Enough to be a Mountain
(Tiffany Williams)

It hits me every time I cross that line
The pit of my gut, scooped out like a deep mine
I’m back in the context of you
Reliving everything I did and I did not do

This town’s like a still frame of itself
And when I come back, I’m the ghost of someone else
Here’s where your memory lives
So I got out, but a whole lotta good that did
I still feel it

(Chorus)
Grief big enough to be a mountain, a mountain big enough to have a name
I know by now I’m supposed to not love you
But I love you all the same
I keep waiting on that to change

I see you every time I fall asleep
Your eyes meet mine, that’s what breaks the dream
Then I’m numb the rest of the day
Trailed by a hollow feeling that I cannot shake

I watch your name move across their lips
They think I’m fine, I let ‘em go on thinking it
Breaking down won’t do anybody good
So I shore myself up with beams of borrowed wood
Jim Beam and Viibryd

(Chorus)
Grief big enough to be a mountain, a mountain big enough to have a name
I know by now I’m supposed to not love you
But I do
I keep waiting on that to change

(Tag)
I hear your voice close and whispering
Wherever you are, you’ll never be there again

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