"Rivers of Love" as written by Timothy Burgess, Jonathan Thomas Brookes, Martin Victor Blunt, Mark Vincent Collins and Anthony Paul Rogers....
There a tunnel that leads to the rivers of love
Sides make you bleed 'til you're white as a dove

Don't bother to bring all the baggage you cling to
The porter will free you
Before you come through
The doorway that cleanses
The darkness that mends
It's easy to smile in the end

And it all comes down to leavin' it all behind
Moving on to the rivers of love

And never be lonely again
How long have you waited?
How long 'til you drown?

The rules and directions
The twists and corrections
Take toll on the highs, we still strive 'til we die

To seek out the one love, the one that we dream of
The one may be there with you everyday
Alone and untethered
And free of all ties
Free since the day you first cried

And it all comes down to leavin' it all behind
Moving on to the rivers of love

And never be lonely again
How long have you waited?
How long 'til you drown?

But it all comes down to leavin' it all behind
Moving on to the rivers of love

And never be lonely again
How long have you waited?
How long 'til you drown?

How long have you waited?
How long 'til you drown?


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"Rivers of Love" as written by Pierre Marchand Sarah Mclachlan

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC

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    General CommentWhen she sings "And never be lonely again" I just die inside.

    Truly amazing.
    Guy1on August 09, 2010   Link

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