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Take Me Down To The River

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  1. Jul 08,  · Take Me to the River Talking Heads [Intro] E7 D A |x4 [Verse] E7 D A I don't know why I love you like I do E7 D A After all the changes you been putting me through E7 D A You took my money and my cigarettes E7 D A I haven’t seen the worst of it C G D A A7 I wanna know, can you tell me why won’t you stay [Chorus] E7 D A E7 D A Take me to the.
  2. Take Me to the River Lyrics: I don't know why I love her like I do / All the changes you put me through / Take my money, my cigarettes / I haven't seen the worst of it yet / I wanna know, can you.
  3. Her body tan and wet down at the reservoir At night on them banks I'd lie awake And pull her close just to feel each breath she'd take Now those memories come back to haunt me, they haunt me like a curse Is a dream a lie if it don't come true Or is it something worse that sends me Down to the river though I know the river is dry Down to the.
  4. "Take Me to the River" is a song written by singer Al Green and guitarist Mabon "Teenie" perbtisecbueworkcardsodojanelvama.xyzinfo versions were recorded by both Syl Johnson and Talking perbtisecbueworkcardsodojanelvama.xyzinfo , Al Green's original version was ranked number on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the Rolling Stone's Greatest Songs of All Time.
  5. Take me down to the river Take me down to the sea Where I can drown all my sorrows Wash all my troubles away Watch all my cares sail away I have no ties my hands are unbound There is no friend no love I have found I have no ups I'm fixed to the ground Tell me river where you flow.
  6. May 10,  · “Down to the River” is the sixth track on Welshly Arms' second album, No Place is Home. In an interview with Atwood Magazine, frontman Sam Getz describes the song as .
  7. Take me down to the river Where I can hold your body close to mine We can listen to the rhythm Of that old water rollin' You can stay with me until the mornin' light Well, I found you on a Louisiana roadside park Beat up, broke down, no place left to turn Well, I took you back to Texas Under a harvest moon We found a little place to call our.
  8. Take me back to my boat on the river I need to go down, I need to calm down Take me back to my boat on the river And I won't cry out any more Time stands still as I gaze in her waters She eases me down, touching me gently With the waters that flow past my boat on the river So I don't cry out anymore Oh the river is wide The river it touches my.
  9. you can take me down to the river, you can take me down to the river, where the waters flow, flow, down, down, down.

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