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 Artist: Pat Green Album: Here We Go

    Song: Down To The River



by Pat Green?1995 Dead Horse Music (BMI) I found you in a Louisiana
roadside park, beat up broke down no place left to turn, I took you
back to Texas under a harvest moon, we found a little place to call
our own, we shared all the hopes and dreams of our younger years,
married at the tender age of twenty-one, rollin' down the highways,
dirt roads and the byways, you liked to drive so I would go
shotgun.ChorusWe'd go down to the river, where I could hold your body
close to mine,we'd listen to the rhythm, of that old water rollin, you
can stay with me until the morning light.Somewhere through the year
somebody turned your head, and has taken my sweet love so far from me,
yeah he swept you off to Boulder, where the air it gets much colder,
than this southern boy would ever like to see, I think of calling you
on lonely nights, when being alone gets the best of me, yeah but this
here whiskey bottle, will take me to a place, where you and I will
always be.ChorusWhen you came back home everybody said I was a fool,
'cause I took you back without a word to say, But I couldn't go on
living thinkin' about all I missin', and I don't give a damn about
what those people say.Chorus

 

  




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by Pat Green?1995 Dead Horse Music (BMI) I found you in a Louisiana
roadside park, beat up broke down no place left to turn, I took you
back to Texas under a harvest moon, we found a little place to call
our own, we shared all the hopes and dreams of our younger years,
married at the tender age of twenty-one, rollin' down the highways,
dirt roads and the byways, you liked to drive so I would go
shotgun.ChorusWe'd go down to the river, where I could hold your body
close to mine,we'd listen to the rhythm, of that old water rollin, you
can stay with me until the morning light.Somewhere through the year
somebody turned your head, and has taken my sweet love so far from me,
yeah he swept you off to Boulder, where the air it gets much colder,
than this southern boy would ever like to see, I think of calling you
on lonely nights, when being alone gets the best of me, yeah but this
here whiskey bottle, will take me to a place, where you and I will
always be.ChorusWhen you came back home everybody said I was a fool,
'cause I took you back without a word to say, But I couldn't go on
living thinkin' about all I missin', and I don't give a damn about
what those people say.Chorus

                            
							
                                    
                            

							


Pat Green  - Down To The River


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