Day At The River

Song Length 3:49 Genre Folk - Contemporary

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Day At The River

Water is dusted in ripples of wind
That over limestone outcrops spill.
Bushes and trees cling to the cliffs
That fall to a deep where shadows drift
From rocks to the valley floor.
Azure and deeper, the wind's force
Through sunshine and shade consorts,
In the passing parade of a watercourse

Where you and I our paces make;
A way along water's edge we take.
Where rocks are steep I'll carry you.
Where water is deep I'll ferry you.

Shadows cast as the sun goes west.
Deep water for swimming is best.
While I swim you keep a watch.
We are both happy as we catch
A shoal of time in a creel there.
The day's outing is perfect fare
For we who wander where
Our steps take us together there.

Where you and I our paces make;
A way along water's edge we take.
Where rocks are steep I'll carry you.
Where water is deep I'll ferry you.

Then comes the time to go home.
Prints in the sand by wind blown.
As you sleep the river flows
On to the sea as the earth rolls
Through the night and I am here still
Looking at the clouds blowing in.
I send all my love to them
So they can rain on our valley again

Where you and I our paces make;
A way along water's edge we take.
Where rocks are steep I will carry you.
Where water is deep I will ferry you.

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