Take me down to the river and make me whole
Lay my body in the water and put that chill in my bones
You know we aint gonna sleep till the morning comes
So don't try to tell me where I belong
Cuz ill prove you wrong

Skippin our lives away down at Bull Creek
Well the rope swing days have long since gone and so have we
Did Cooley ever make it back to Florida, oh we'll never know
But I hope he found some peace

Cuz I know these days are numbered
Where we can be young and blind and free
So as the world remains in slumber
Have one more drink with me
Before you have to leave

I still got that dream inside my hands
That one day I could change the world with a rock and roll band
But I've been told it's faith that makes a man
So when its over will you let me in?

Cuz I know these days are numbered
Where we can be young and blind and free
So as the world remains in slumber
Have one more drink with me
Have one more drink with...me

We fell in love and broke our hearts then fell in love again
By the river's edge we washed ourselves clean of all our sins
And I know this is just a time and place
But I hope that we come back someday

Cuz I know these days are numbered
Where we can be young and blind and free
So as the world remains in slumber
Have one more drink with me
Please...before you leave


Lyrics submitted by BigcSpaz504

River Hymn song meanings
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