"The River" as written by and Nicholas Francis Dungo....
Lay down so I don't feel so sick
Get lost and dream Los Angeles
Wake up when I found the river

Lay low and walk down lazy streets
With a peace sign cut from a magazine
Wake up when I found the river
And I'm listening

Wherever you are when I'm on the road
Were driving back past country homes
Im calling home for you, for you

This is the last time
So darling close your eyes
We don't say goodbye
So we'll just say goodnight
This is the last time
So jump into that fire
We don't say goodbye
We just say goodnight

Closed eyes I cancel out the green
Thoughts bounce around like trampolines
Wake up were next to the river

Sunsets they race down boulevards
Street lights lit up like dim cigars
Wake up we're back in September

Wherever you are when I'm on the road
We're driving back down country roads
I'm calling home for you, for you

This is the last time
So darling close your eyes
We don't say goodbye
So we'll just say goodnight
This is the last time
So jump into that fire
We don't say goodbye
We just say goodnight

No, No
No, No

Wherever you are when I'm on the road
We don't have to feel alone
I'm calling home for you, for you

Lay down so I don't feel so sick
Wake up to see you once again

And this is the last time
So darling close your eyes
We don't say goodbye
So we'll just say goodnight
This is the last time
So jump into that fire
So jump into that fire

We don't say goodbye, we just say goodnight


Lyrics submitted by Brits

"The River" as written by Nicholas Francis Dungo

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