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Johnny Preston Lyrics


When you walk through a storm hold your head up high
And don't be afraid of the dark.
At the end of a storm is a golden sky
And the sweet silver song of a lark.
Walk on through the wind,
Walk on through the rain,
Tho' your dreams be tossed and blown.
Walk on, walk on with hope in your heart
And you'll never walk alone,
You'll never, ever walk alone.
Walk on, walk on with hope in your heart
And you'll never walk alone,
You'll never, ever walk alone.

Lyrics Β© CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC
Written by: Oscar Hammerstein II, Richard Rodgers

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Running Bear
Johnny Preston
On the banks of the river stood runnin' bear, young Indian brave
On the other side of the river stood his lovely Indian maid
Little white dove was-a her name, such a lovely sight to see
But their tribes fought with each other so their love could never be
Runnin' bear loved little white dove with a love big as the sky
Runnin' bear loved little white dove with a love that couldn't die
He couldn't swim the raging river 'cause the river was too wide
He couldn't reach little white dove, waiting on the other side
In the moonlight he could see her blowing kisses 'cross the waves
Her little heart was beating faster, waiting there for her brave
Runnin' bear loved little white dove with a love big as the sky
Runnin' bear loved little white dove with a love that couldn't die
Runnin' bear dove in the water, little white dove did the same
And they swam out to each other through the swirling stream they came
As their hands touched and their lips met, the ragin' river pulled them down
Now they'll always be together in that happy hunting ground
Runnin' bear loved little white dove with a love big as the sky
Runnin' bear loved little white dove with a love that couldn't die



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solarpurplestarlight

I remember my mom and dad playing this song when I was little. Every time I heard this song, I would cry (and still do). It is one of the most romantic and saddest songs, ever. To watch these kids, here, on this video, it was just another song, but, for me, I could picture the whole story in my mind. Thanks for posting this huge memory inducing song! =)

Lillian Christian

my dad was part Native and Mom was English so this song means a lot to me

ickleshouse

similar here, for me it was on a cassette in 1985 that a neighbours son gave to me.

Bernadette D

It always made me sad too.

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Robert Nicholls

I keep playing this over and over again. It's so sad yet incredibly catchy. Wonderful.

Mimi Lion

My Grandma, who brought me up, used to sing this to me at bed time. I had lots of songs, at bed time. Wish I had recorded her singing this herself. It was Magical to me as a child and still is. Can't wait to be in my Yaya's arms again.

Idontwant Agoogleaccount

JP Richardson was a legend. Nobody wrote tunes as catchy and as fun as he did.

Jody Guilbeaux

he was raised in a little town on the texas gulf coast area. the only history was it had that i am aware of is a civil war battle on the intracoastal waterway. here dick dowling commanded a makeshift fort that sunk 2 or more yankee gunboats as they came up the river from the gulf of mexico. but to talk about that now would just be called racism......right?

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