"Blue Raft" as written by Drew Benton Powell, Marc Byrd, Steve J. Hindalong and Hampton Eugene Taliaferro....
Hello, come in, rub your face in the wind
Can you feel it
It's all right to drift where the water is swift
Don't you feel it
Are you ready to ride
It's a question of pride and devotion
Come on, let's float down the slippery slope towards the ocean

Floating you and me
Careening to the sea
The water is deep
Yeah, the river is wide
In my room
On my raft
Where I ride

Go on, get out any shadow of doubt
You can believe it
The resurrection is real, living waters will heal
Come on, receive it

Floating you and me
Careening to the sea
The water is deep
Yeah, the river is wide
In my room (in my room)
On my raft (on my raft)
Where I ride

Darkness will fade, let your tears sink away
Just like stones
Wake up your mind when the morning light shines
Into your soul
See the birds fly in, hear the songs float out
Through my window
On a river of love the Spirit is hovering
On the wind

Floating you and me
Careening to the sea
The water is deep
Yeah, the river is wide
The water is deep
Yeah, the river is wide
In my room (in my room)
On my raft (on my raft)
Where I ride

Ride, blue velvet raft
Ride







Lyrics submitted by thegreatflyingman

"Blue Raft" as written by Hampton Eugene Taliaferro Drew Benton Powell

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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