"The Thames" as written by James Milne Walsh, James Paul Stelfox, Barry Westhead and Benjamin Byrne....
Is love just a big mistake
Just a risk that we all take
Trying to keep the blues away
Is love just a means to an end
Back when you were my girlfriend
Had some one I could defend

I'll sit by the riverside
Counting all the ways to make you stay
When I think of you and I
I know I'll be back with you some day

Is love just a big mistake
Just a choice we have to make
Trying to keep the blues away

I'll sit by the riverside
Counting all the ways to make you stay
When I think of you and I
I know I'll be back with you some day

Oh the birds and the bees
The leaves on the trees
Die all at once
Now that you’re gone
I know that I will be back in your arms once again
Oh the birds and the bees
The leaves on the trees
Die all at once
Now that you’re gone
I know that I will be back in your arms once again

I'll sit by the riverside
Counting all the ways to make you stay
When I think of you and I
I know I'll be back with you some day

Is love just a big mistake
Just a risk that we all take
Trying to keep the blues away


Lyrics submitted by ivredusang

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