(get it)
Take the water, blue water
Can you see how far it is from flowin' free
Can we let it just be
Without a feelin' of bein' just a little guilty
Alright

Get your water, green water, wipe your eyes in it
Still isn't very clear
It wouldn't be wise to get too near
Save the cause of your own true fear

Yes I remember when it turned the bend in a natural way
It seems there was a time in my mind
When it caught the light of day
I want to see it talkin' back to the sun
I need to feel it wild and on the run

And I remember when it turned the bend in a natural way
It seems there was a time in my mind
When it caught the light of day
I want to see it talkin' back to the sun
I need to feel it wild and on the run

C'mon and get your water - blue water
Can we settle for what you can give
Sure and behold you're without the need to live
And a'changin' wind may bring you back to blue again
I'm a havin' a time tellin' my children when


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