Meet me by the river when the sun's going down
Make a little fire, pass a bottle around
Ain't no path, so follow all the sound
Oh, I'll see you down there
You could tell two friends and they could tell five
We'll all be here when Jack and Jim arrive
And it'll be just us and the trees
And a little fresh air

And when the whiskey's all gone and the night grows old
There's no more sense in the stories told
We can laugh down the path with smoke in our clothes
And find a little peace down there

So, maybe I'll see you down there
We'll all get together for a while
So, maybe I'll see you down there
Everyone together for a while
Oh, I'll see you there
Oh, I'll see you there

Meet me in the city where the street's run down
Gather up a crowd in an empty town
It's where the people speed up and the time slows down
Oh, I'll see you down there
And Sally pours a drink and the glasses raise high
We wrote on the wall in a crooked line
The same song plays that we heard so many times
And now we'll hear it down there

So, maybe I'll see you down there
We'll all get together for a while
So maybe I'll see you down there
Everyone together for a while
Oh, I'll see you there
Oh, I'll see you there

Oh...

Oh, maybe I'll see you down there
We'll all get together for a while
Oh, maybe I'll see you down there
Everyone together for a while
Oh, I'll see you there
Oh, I'll see you there
Oh, I'll see you there
Oh, I'll see you there


Lyrics submitted by nikkus34

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