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somethin' about that water that makes me sing

Oh somethin' about the mountains rising right straight up to heaven
And somethin' about a canyon in the shade
through heaven's eyes

lai-la-lai...through heaven's eyes(2X)

A lake of gold in the desert sand

is less than a cool fresh spring

and to one lost sheep,
as the flowers of springtime
You're as pure as the dew from the rose
I had rather be somebody's darlin'
Than a poor boy that nobody knows

Be nobody's darlin'
on the sidewalk
By a cafe where I hope to be workin' soon
Please come to Boston
I said no, boy would you come home to me

[Chorus]
(And) I said, ramblin' boy
as strong as this
Being betrayed by a good friend's kiss
And could it be that maybe this man missed
The Heaven in His eyes

And I'm not talking about the pie
In the spring of 1856, with the snow still on the ground
Two little boys were lost in the mountains above the town
The father went out hunting,
Now they're all in prison or dead
I'm looking up at the mountain
I have been to heaven and back

Ooo animal radar
Like a thread around the world
through heaven's eyes

lai-la-lai...through heaven's eyes(2X)

A lake of gold in the desert sand

is less than a cool fresh spring

and to one lost sheep,
grown

And it gets stronger, in every way
And it gets deeper, let me say
And it gets higher, day by day

And do I love you my oh my
Yes river deep
PLEASE COME TO BOSTON FOR THE SPRINGTIME
I'M STAYING HERE WITH SOME FRIENDS
AND THEY'VE GOT LOTS OF ROOM
YOU CAN SELL YOU PAINTINGS
And it gets stronger in every way
And it gets deeper let me say
And it gets higher day by day

Do I love you my oh my
River deep mountain high yeah yeah
And by a cafe where
I hope to be workin' soon

Please come to Boston
She said, "No, boy you come home to me"

And she said, "Hey ramblin' boy
Why don't you
Mother knows that her daughter found love
In the arms of a poor mountain man
Her Father tells her, have nothin' to do
With the boy from the high mountain
grown

And it gets stronger, in every way
And it gets deeper, let me say
And it gets higher, day by day

And do I love you my oh my
Yeh river deep
grown

And it gets stronger, in every way
And it gets deeper, let me say
And it gets higher, day by day

And do I love you my oh my
Yeah river deep
And it gets stronger in every way
And it gets deeper let me say
And it gets higher day by day

Do I love you my oh my
River deep mountain high yeah yeah
And they dance all night on a hard wood floor to the redneck fiddlin' man

CHORUS:
Good times go by easy
Good times fly away

One night some boys from
grown

And it gets stronger, in every way
And it gets deeper, let me say
And it gets higher, day by day

And do I love you my oh my
Yeh river deep
on the sidewalk
By a cafe club I hope to be workin' soon

Please come to Boston, She said no
But you come home to me
And she said

Hey ramblin' boy now you
Please come to Boston in the springtime
I'm stayin' here with some friends, and they've got lots of room
You can sell your paintings
And it gets stronger, in every way
And it gets deeper, let me say
And it gets higher, day by day

And do I love you my oh my
Yeah river deep mountain high
And they dance all night on a hard wood floor to the redneck fiddlin' man

CHORUS:
Good times go by easy
Good times fly away

One night some boys from
By a cafe here I hope to be workin' soon
Please come to Boston
She said "No. Would you come home to me?"

And she said, "Hey ramblin' boy now won't
By a cafe here I hope to be workin' soon
Please come to Boston
She said "No. Would you come home to me?"

And she said, "Hey ramblin' boy now won't
By a cafe here I hope to be workin' soon
Please come to Boston
She said "No. Would you come home to me?"

And she said, "Hey ramblin' boy now won't