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Show Boat: A Collector's Show Boat (Hutchinson, Hutch) · Show Boat: The Ultimate Show Boat (Hutchinson, Hutch) · Carnival of Carnage (Insane Clown Posse) · Misanthropic Carnage (Severe Torture) · Goremageddon: The Saw and the Carnage Done (Aborted) · Wacken Carnage (Bloodbath) · Works of Carnage (Krisiun) · Carnival of Carnage (Insane Clown Posse) · Ski Wintergrooves - Mixed by Carnage (Hutchinson, Hutch) · Carnival of Carnage (Insane Clown Posse) – and 90 other albums »


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Gonna load that cotton on the boat by the bale
Gonna go down the river once more
Gonna quit my drinkin', gonna stay out of jail
Gonna go down
Time dies tryin to fly by
Got a grain of love in my eye
And if I
Tryin to beat each other if they can

But that river boat keeps on chuggin
sings it to the river, the river sings it to the sea
The sea sings it to the boat that carries you and me

Chorus

The boat we are sailing in was built by
With the moon I run
Far from the carnage of the fiery sun

Driven by the strangle of vein
Showing no mercy I'd do it again
Open up your eyes
You
You are beautiful, small, and shy
You are the girl whose eyes met mine just as your boat sailed by
This I know of you, nothing more
You are
You are beautiful, small, and shy
You are the girl whose eyes met mine just as your boat sailed by
This I know of you, nothing more
You are
With the moon I run
Far from the carnage of the fiery sun

Driven by the strangle of vein
Showing no mercy I'd do it again
Open up your eyes
You
on the river
Thirty five days on a balla [sic] line boat
I'd make a little money, get a springtime chicken
And take off a skippin in the Mississippi Dew
In the reedy river,
In the reedy river.

I in my boat long hours,
He in his royal plumage--
I threw him some flowers,
In the reedy river,
In the reedy
With the moon I run
Far from the carnage of the fiery sun

Driven by the strangle of vein
Showing no mercy I'd do it again
Open up your eyes
You
the boats go by
Caledonia river flow so wide
I'm going to where the boats go by
Caledonia river flow so wide

Still water, laying over
Still water,
Down by the river where the big boats go by
Each day you could see them as evening was nigh
They planned to be married at the first sign of spring
girl standing
In a doorway in the gloom
We’d hardly started talking
The old scenario
And I just let her work me over
Down by the Ohio

River
A chestful of old goodbyes
Tear streaked faces by the light of the moon
Here on a river of fools
Here on a river of fools

A trio of angels holding
Standing by a riverside 
A river so deep and so wide 
Current's too strong for only one man 
I know because I tried 

I got eight oars - 
four
A chestful of old goodbyes
Tear streaked faces by the light of the moon
Here on a river of fools
Here on a river of fools

A trio of angels holding
The boatman sits on his boat by the river
Try as he might, he cannot forgive her
As he watches the corpse turning blue
He laughs

The boatman he
way, take a boat from the river.
Men go crazy in the congregations, they only get better one by one.
One by one. One by one by one.  One by one.
 
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Down by the river by the boats
Where everybody goes to be alone
Where you wont see any rising sun
Down to the river we will run

When by
on the river
Thirty five days on a balla [sic] line boat
I'd make a little money, get a springtime chicken
And take off a skippin in the Mississippi Dew
and the river was so long.

So, we drink to be renewed.

In the long cool evening,
Where the peacocks shiver
And the boat starts down the silver river way
boats they all sailed by
And a river she cried.

And the wind was suddenly sweeter? than Roosevelt pine,
The windows broke out and the cigarette smoke
boats they all sailed by, and a river she cried.

And the wind was suddenly sweeter than Roosevelt pine,
The windows broke out and the cigarette smoke
before evening comes
Waiting for castles and kettles with roses
Painted on barges that sailed into the sun.

Oh, see the river run, that was by man
Morning
Came to the windows in the street
Selling red watermelon, 5 cents a piece.

Merry boat on the river
Freedom
Fresh drams to deliver