On My Way                                                        Words and music by Hank Easton

Verse 1:

On My Way to the mountains of Hampshire a camp far away

A child today,  so much to learn so little to say

All day long weĠd run and play and laugh the day away

When the sun goes down, Ôround the campfire weĠd sing and the guitars weĠd play

Chorus 1:

Many years have passed since then, many days have gone

The moments time has firmly etched,  just memories in my head

I close my eyes and I reflect, how green those mountains and we were back then

Verse 2:

Time goes by, we had our fun now we say good-bye

The friends I made,  where are they now, do they remember those days

Still I go back,  to drink from a stream in that mountain air

Though sometimes it seems like imaginations memories

Chorus 2:

How I love to take me back, only for a day

How I miss those summer scents,  the smell I wonĠt forget

Climbing mountains pitching tents,  never dreaming it would end

I wish I knew what I know now back then

Bridge 1:

Well I know those days are gone forever

But from time to time my mind takes me there

Mountain mornings ice cold whispers,  sipping water from a stream

10 years old and on my own, what a way to spend those summer days

Chorus 3:

How I grew those summer days,  more and more each day

Learned some lessons on the way, many I wonĠt forget

Reminiscing I realize,  how precious love and mother natureĠs touch

Bridge 2:

Well I know those days are gone forever,

But from time to time my mind takes me there

Mountain mornings ice cold whispers,  how I learned to swim a mile

And I canĠt begin to tell you,  how fast that child became a man

İ1998 Henry Mark Easton (aka.Hank Easton) ASCAP 

§2007 Bun Full Of Honey Music ASCAP