There really is a Greasy Grass River. The Little Big Horn River in Montana, site of Custer's Last Stand, was called by the Souix and Cheyenne "The Greasy Grass River"....
Now I'm swimming in the greasy grass river
On my way to the black pearl sea
Yeah I'm floating down the greasy grass river
Come on child, come with me
Life is so easy on greasy grass river
Just take my hand and we can pretend to be free
You want to be
Come on with me

So take me down the greasy grass river
And wash my hair where the water's clean
Said lay me down by the greasy grass river
And unfold my mystery
The greasy grass river has water that whispers
Lets listen closely while she says she wants to be free
You want to be
You know what I mean

Said I'm out of my pocket and I'm out my mind

Lyrics submitted by NickBush24

"Greasy Grass River" as written by Christopher Mark Robinson Chris Robinson

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.

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