There's snow on the mountain today I just can't get high enough to feel it Cause there ain't no straight path up to You So You stoop down in this valley You swim along with the stream I'll dip my hands in the water And feel them come clean
I'll hold my arms wide open to the One who really lets me in I'll hold my arms wide open to Him
CHORUS: You'll find me past the south fork of Indian Creek I'm trying to hide in these hills and let Him get to me The silence here is so loud I can hear Him speak Like a mist on this mountain He settles down, And my soul is lost in getting found
I saw the stars tonight for the first time in weeks Black velvet with a million diamonds all laid out for me It's not like they haven't been shining, it's just that I didn't see Till I caught the crooket road up and saw their reflection in the creek
I feel what light is all about when it cuts through my dark I feel what light is all about when I hand Him my heart
BRIDGE: In the summer, the thunder echoes, back and forth The trees shake and bend in the storm Just like me in Your mercy, just like me
About this Song: Indian Creek runs in front of our cabin, and we go fishing there often, though we never seem to catch anything, which is a good thing because we wouldn't know what to do with what we caught anyway. But somehow, in that still, quiet place, God catches us, and opens our eyes to see Him all around us.