Down at the water’s edge
Down at the river bed
Looking out on the bay
Her body of water
Her river mouth
I didn’t have much to say
I used to know a language I don’t know anymore

The fawn was sleeping
I didn’t want to wake her up
In time the fireworks may be going off
Everyone’s talking real loud
But I don’t hear any of them

Down at the water’s edge
Down at the river bed
Looking out on the bay
Her body of water
Her river mouth
I didn’t have much to say
I used to know a language I don’t know anymore

Ever since the comets melted
I’ve taken for granted how a burn feels
I set in a row your Petosky stones
Some we polish
Others we throw
I take the path of least resistance
I’ll stay and fight
If that’s what you want me to do
What do you want me to do?

Down at the water’s edge
Down at the river bed
Looking out on the bay
Her body of water
Her river mouth
I didn’t have much to say
I used to know a language I don’t know anymore



Lyrics submitted by scootzter27

Water's Edge song meanings
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