"Diamond Davey" as written by and Mark Olson....


CHORUS:

But God had a plan so he saved your Diamond Dave

He threw him a line

And he brought him back home

A chain link fence was sent by one who cares

And keeps His eyes on things

He landed right smack on a 20,000 acre lettuce patch

He had to walk back all soaking wet


REPEAT CHORUS


He wasn't the first and he won't be the last

There's no time for letters in a concrete riverbed

And a van came by when he was walking back

But they never did stop

They had some other business

Oh Diamond Davey sang in the choir on a summer's day

And I was there to hear him say


REPEAT CHORUS


Diamond Davey jumped into the California aqueduct

Into the river that man made

Into the river that man made





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"Diamond Davey" as written by Mark John Olson

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