“Always There”

Inspired by Grand Teton National Park, August 2016

Just south of Yellowstone, Grand Teton National Park’s Teton Range stands ever-present in the distance, wherever you may roam.

NPT016: “Always There”


Demos


Lyrics

“Always There”
Written by Kendall Bruns

[Verse]

You tower over me—no, wait… that sounds sort of sinister
You’re watching—actually, that sounds weird too
But every night I sleep better knowing that you’re there
Even when you’re not currently in my view

[Chorus]

Just like the Grand Teton are watching over the Snake River
You’re always there to help me too

[Verse]

You tower over me—no, wait… that sounds sort of sinister
You’re watching—actually, that sounds weird too
But every night I sleep better knowing that you’re there
Even when you’re not currently in my view

[Chorus]

Just like the Grand Teton are watching over the Snake River
You’re always there to help me too

[Bridge]

I don’t always see you
But I know you’re there
When the night is dark or we’re far apart
You’re not gone… too long

[Verse]

You tower over me—no, wait… that sounds sort of sinister
You’re watching—actually, that sounds weird too
But every night I sleep better knowing that you’re there
Even when you’re not currently in my view

[Chorus]

Just like the Grand Teton are watching over the Snake River
You’re always there to help me too

[Bridge]

I don’t always see you
But I know you’re there
When the night is dark or we’re far apart
You’re not gone… too long

[Verse]

You tower over me—no, wait… that sounds sort of sinister
You’re watching—actually, that sounds weird too
But every night I sleep better knowing that you’re there
Even when you’re not currently in my view

[Chorus]

Just like the Grand Teton are watching over the Snake River
You’re always there to help me too

[Outro]

You’re always there to help me too
You’re always there to help me
You’re always there to help me
You’re always there to help me too


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©2016 Kendall Bruns, Grand Teton National Park

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