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Cross That Line (Howard Jones) · Cross the Line (Friendly Fires) · Cross the Line (Doom Unit) · ...Ready to Cross That Line (Wil Gravatt) · Cross Over U.S.A. (Claude Bolling) · When I Cross Over (Jim MacDougall) · Don't Let Me Cross Over (Pearl Butler) · Don't Let Me Cross Over (Jim Reeves) · Black Is Brown and Brown Is Beautiful (Ruth Brown) · Brown and Roach/Study in Brown/New Star on the Horizon (Clifford Brown) – and 90 other albums »


CROSS THE RIVER
WRITER CARLY SIMON



A hot cloud was hanginÂ'around We were a rowdy crowd
DrinkinÂ'beer and smokinÂ' at the end of the pier Danny
own
Blow your o-o-o-o-wn
This hate is endless

Tonight I think I'll cross the line
I'll cross the fucking line
I'll cross the fucking li-i-i-ine
departing

Her thoughts are darting like a rabbit Like a rabbit 'cross the moon
Shines of light over your hair As boys croon

Pretty in pink It makes me
at once he looked into my space
And stamped a number over my face
And it sent me running
Won't you let me in, immigration man
Can I cross the line
my space
And stamped a number over my face
And he sent me running
Let me in-let me in-immigration man
Can I cross the line and pray
I can stay
the seed is sowed 
Rain comin' in from over 'cross the road 
Big black curtain coming 'cross the field 
Blind 'll see, the lame will be healed 
Brown
the line 
Now there's nothing to be lost 
You and I will cross over 
With no second thoughts 

We'll drive for the line 
Now there's nothing to be lost
left home
Seems like I've always been in prison
Like I've always been alone
Didn't mean to hurt nobody
Never thought I'd cross that line
I held up
I left home
Seems like I've always been in prison
Like I've always been alone

Didn't mean to hurt nobody
Never thought I'd cross that line
I
Standin' on front street
She's giving me the sign
Incentive: wanna know your DTF
Better look both ways before you cross that line

Five, six, seven, eight
never get the last nail outta the cross 
Befuddled by life and alone in death 
My dearest companion is crystal meth 
Dinosaurs callin' me back in time
Houses iced in whitewash guard a pale shore-line
Cornered by the cactus and the pine
Here I wander where sweet sage and strange herbs grow
Down
the funky bass-line
You don't need underdog for a nickel shoeshine or the shoes that's phat
Well, can I get a level on the bass and on the treble?
Footin'
space
And stamped a number over my face
And he sent me running
Let me in-let me in-immigration man
Can I cross the line and pray
I can stay another
Distorted views on what beauty may be
Mind goes to work on these impurities
Over and over my faint heart has failed
I cross to the dark side and search for
at once he looked into my space
And stamped a number over my face
And it sent me running
Won't you let me in, immigration man
Can I cross the line
It was the morning of October 6th, 1960
I was wearing my brown suit
Preparing to leave the house of D.
Shook some hands then adios Brooklyn amigos
too were ushered in by ol' Doc Brown
When we made our first debaut ah he needed his dimes
And there were times he'd receive a fee
But he would pass it
Charlotte and bypassed Rock Hill,
And we never was a minute late.
We was ninety miles out of Atlanta by sundown,
Rollin' 'cross the Georgia state.

We
I cross the line, I, 
Go, just leave me alone, 
I'll get by on my own, 
This whole world is our's, 
So let's take it. 
Scrape the plate 
Trust
at once he looked into my space
And stamped a number over my face
And it sent me running
Won't you let me in, immigration man
Can I cross the line
Charlotte and bypassed Rock Hill,
And we never was a minute late.
We was ninety miles out of Atlanta by sundown,
Rollin' 'cross the Georgia state.

We
charlotte and bypassed rock hill,
And we never was a minute late.
We was ninety miles out of atlanta by sundown,
Rollin' 'cross the georgia state.

We
Charlotte and bypassed Rock Hill,
And we never was a minute late.
We was ninety miles out of Atlanta by sundown,
Rollin' 'cross the Georgia state.

We
Just another journey, who ever thought I'd cross this line 
Ohohohohoh 

[Verse 2] 
Walking through the dirty streets of Jersey (Jersey) 
A dollar