Wore through a pair of shorts again
Rocks in the river seem to tear their thread
It's to the city now to buy some clothes
Pass the lake through a limb of cloves

Brown grass, acorns, and an old, old tree
I listened to Mr. Berry sing songs to me
My brother was born there in late July
He was screamin' from the bedroom where he almost died





Oh please don't fall on us
We've done no wrong
Just let us pass this once
And get to the river, no it won't be long

An old black dog brought in a tick again
Well I killed it in the kitchen and the floor turned red
We came back here from the swimmin' hole
He was barkin' at a rebel trying to kill the colds

Oh please don't fall on us
We've done no wrong
Just stand your ground this once
And we'll get through the winter, no it won't be long

Found my faith on that mountain side
And grandpa heard it, well he filled with pride
Any reason to celebrate when times get hard
Well I'm savin' all my money to buy baseball cards


Lyrics submitted by DakotaFloyd

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