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judy garland drugs 
And let me get back to work 
'cause the empire state building 
Is the tallest building in new york 
And I always got the feeling
my red shoes, I want to dance
They search for an answer
But that old man wouldn't listen
Back then I was handsome
Back then he was ignorant
up a smoke and tell a few jokes
And pass the old jug around
We're gonna get right on a Saturday night
When the sun goes down

Down on the river
more.

You know that old trees just grow stronger,
and old rivers grow wilder every day,
but old people, they just grow lonesome
waiting for someone
drinkin' lappin' water like a dog
Tiger Whitehead's in the bed sleepin' like a log
Tomorrow he'll see bear tracks seven intches wide
And by sundown he'll be
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
my way, take a boat from the river and I'd bury the old man.
I'd bury him at sea.
 
Blessed are the poor, for they shall inherit the earth.
Better
a river
You know he'll die by the river now 
?Cause deep inside my river's run dry 

So many times did mother swallow her pride 
Just to keep my old man's
And there was an old woman and she lived in the woods
A weila weila waila
There was an old woman and she lived in the woods
Down by the River
brought him to this prison on that old Big River Train
We became the best of buddies side by side through thick and thin
Then one night he told his story
Yonder comes Miss Rosie.  How in the world do you know?
Well, I know her by the apron and the dress she wore.
Umbrella on her shoulder, piece
Yonder comes Miss Rosie.  How in the world do you know?
Well, I know her by the apron and the dress she wore.
Umbrella on her shoulder, piece
Old man sitting by the side of the road
With the lorries rolling by
Blue moon sinking from the weight of the load
And the building scrape the sky
The creature man so wicked, evil
Angering its celestial creators
Leaving them with no choice
Deciding to destroy them all
Submerge them till none are
Listened while he talked about 
The bad times and the good.
And early in the mornin', 
I took an old man home,
Left him by the river, 
Left him all
Yonder comes Miss Rosie.  How in the world do you know?
Well, I know her by the apron and the dress she wore.
Umbrella on her shoulder, piece
beside me
Ol' man river's not so shy
And he remembers Lorelei.

River, river have mercy
Take me down to the sea
For if I perish on these rocks
My
my way, take a boat from the river and I'd bury the old man.
I'd bury him at sea.
 
Blessed are the poor, for they shall inherit the earth.
Better
won't fit your door
I don't wantcha like I used to
This old man wants you more

Hey hidee ho
I used to go where the devil wouldn't go
Where the river run
Near a tree by a river 
There's a hole in the ground 
Where an old man of Aran 
Goes around and around 
And his mind is a beacon 
In the veil
Yonder comes Miss Rosie.  How in the world do you know?
Well, I know her by the apron and the dress she wore.
Umbrella on her shoulder, piece
and melt away 
Launching titan's breath on mine 
The sweating measure lands on time 

And the old man, down by the river 
Well he walks up and he walks
understand

There's a dirt road runs by the river
Comes an old man stepping high
With a soft voice & kind intentions
He said son you know you're too young
mean we?  (Aiyyo man you changed)
But around my neck, I got the rope chain
It's Greg Nice and I'm gonna go far
I get my hair cut, at the Superstar
We're
came to know Mary
First time that someone looked beyond the rumors and the lies
And saw the man inside

We used to walk down by the river
She loved