hey green river what can i do?
if it's alright i'll walk next to you
sit in the shade of your beechwood trees
don't you know these days i ain't hard to please

sprinklers coming on
a shower in your lawn
and the runoff feeds the flow of your muddy water
your many thousand friends
lay before your concrete banks
cause you know that we are all your sons and daughters

hey green river what can i do?
if it's alright i'll walk next to you
sit in the shade of your beechwood trees
don't you know these days i ain't so hard to please


Lyrics submitted by beholdthelorax, edited by fendie

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    sprinklers coming on
    a shower in your lawn
    and the runoff feeds the flow of your muddy water
    your many thousand friends
    lay before your concrete banks
    cause you know that we are all your sons and daughters

    4lieninvasionon December 11, 2011   Link
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    General Commentsprinklers coming on
    a shower in your lawn
    and the runoff feeds the flow of your muddy water
    your many thousand friends
    paid for your conquering banks (this is the only line I'm not totally sure of)
    cause you know that we are all your sons and daughters
    ClickForthon February 14, 2010   Link
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    Lyric Correctionyour many thousand friends
    lay before your concrete banks
    because you know that we are all your sons and daughters
    blakeeeeeon September 08, 2010   Link

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