I’m going down to the river
I’m going down to the river
I’m walking on the rocks on the water
I’m going down to the river

I felt the cool commotion
As it poured into the ocean
I remember that day the most
The day we hit the coast

I’m going up to the mountains
I’m going up and into the mountains
Where the Prairies end, collide, an accordion
I’m going up and over the mountains

I felt the cool, cool breeze
blowing cool off Lake Louise
I remember that day the most

I’m getting colder and colder
My body’s getting colder and colder
The sun’s beating down on the water
But the water’s getting colder and colder

The waves, they sound like thunder
And they pull my body under
I remember that day the most


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