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Previously unreleased track performed live with a band on Chris's episode of the Emmy award-winning music series "11th and Grant with Eric Funk", produced by MontanaPBS and originally aired in 2017.

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I’ll go with you to the gates of heaven
Hold your hand through the fires of hell
Though your memory may be broken
In the end you’ll know me well

I was with you in the garden
Kissed your lips at the wishing well
All our lifetimes wove together
Hanging tapestries on the wall

Nothing can take our love away…

I’ve no idea what you’re thinking
There’s no reflection in the mirror
There’s still a light behind curtain
It’s hard to tell who’s living in there

Oh the thief, quiet and skillful
When it all began to disappear
One by one your works were stolen
Left the gallery blank and bare

Nothing can take our love away

In the fading twilight
Can you hear me - do you know my name?
If only there was something to say
Something stronger than a prayer

I’ll go with you to the gates of heaven
Hold your hand through fires of hell
In the end as in the beginning
Oh my love you’ll know me well
In the end as in the beginning
Oh my love you will know me …

Nothing can take our love away

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from Chris Cunningham live on "11th & Grant" (2018), released October 3, 2018
Song by Chris Cunningham.
Arrangement by Chris Cunningham, Tom Murphy, Mike Parsons and Russell Smith

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Chris Cunningham Bozeman, montana

Chris started writing songs in the late 80's and is best known as one half of the acclaimed folk pop-duo, Storyhill (signed to Red House Records) with long time-friend / collaborator John Hermanson), which has toured the US extensively, playing major festivals and premier venues such as Garrison Keiler's A Prairie Home Companion. Chris's solo music remains true to the vein of artists of the 70's. ... more

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