"Death Is a Living Partner" as written by and Jeff Hickey Cory Brandan Putman....
Someone take me down to the river
And leave no trail for which to return
Let the muddy water fill my lungs
Fill my lungs
And leave no trail for which to return
Let the muddy water fill my lungs
Fill my lungs
Fill my lungs
Fill my lungs

The invincibility of our youth has just given away
(And I hope it does)
To the inevitability of our death, yeah
The invincibility of our youth has just given away
(And I hope it does)
To the inevitability of our death

So don't raise your glass
Don't raise your glass
Don't raise your glass

Redemption wears a red dress but carries a white flag
I'll wear that red dress for you

The invincibility of our youth has just given away
(And I hope it does)
To the inevitability of our death, of our death
The invincibility of our youth has just given away
(And I hope it does)
To the inevitability of our death

So don't raise your glass
Don't raise your glass
Death is a living partner
A consummate consummate one
A consummate consummate one
Consummate consummate one
Consummate consummate one


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"Death Is a Living Partner" as written by Jeff Hickey Cory Brandan Putman

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