As a river flows from beneath the throne
Trees will sprout up on both sides
We send our minds ahead over the riverbed
To scout for us in the tides
Boats made of Moses' baskets float on the stream
Fishermen stand along the shore that won't capture fish anymore
They'll keep heading back for blown-off hats and drink from rusty sideboards
Can both fresh and bitter water flow from the same spring?
After saying goodbye we could not take salt
Yet the salt's escaped the sea
So come to the waters and drink
Come to the waters and drink from the sea

For to scream for bottles to scuttle the raincoat rafts until they've immersed
To our down chilly seas when there's dew on the fleas because it'll quench our thirst
Currents in the waters sing all things, flow from thee


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