River

2001 Garrett Clevenger

 

G  Em [repeat}

G Em x4           Tom Brown was feeling down.  He went to the River and he swam around.

D Bm x4           A refreshing dip, revitalizing.  This picked him up so he began to sing.

G Em x4           Tom Brown left our town and came back singing what he found.

F C Am Dm    A new kind of feeling, a new attitude, a new way to see life, it was really true.

F C Am             His song filled the mountain air.  This is what I heard him sing,

 

G Em x4           "Let no thing bring you down.  Just go to the River and swim around.

D Bm x4           "Go to the Mountain and breathe the Air.  Let the Wind rustle through your hair."

G Em x4           I was feeling down so I went to the River and I swam around.

F C Am Dm    I got a new kind of feeling, a new attitude, a new way to see life, it was really true.

F C Am             My song filled the atmosphere.  If you listen now, this is what you'll hear,

 

G Em x4           "Let no thing bring you down.  Just go to the River and swim around.

D Bm x4           "Go to the Mountain and breathe the Air.  Drink from the Waters and forget your cares."

G Em x4           {fill in blank] was feeling down so {he/she} went to the River to swim around.

F C Am Dm    {He/She} got a new kind of feeling, a new attitude, a new way to see life, it was really true.

F C Am             {His/Her} song filled the atmosphere.  If you listen now, this is what you'll hear,

 

G Em x4           "Let no thing bring you down.  Just go to the River and swim around.

D Bm x4           "Go to the Mountain and breathe the Air, let the Wind blow out all of your cares."

G Em x4           People if you're feeling down, go to the River and I swim around.

F C Am Dm    You'll get a new kind of feeling, a new attitude, a new way to see life, it is really true.

F C Am             Your voice will join our tune and your Life will begin to Bloom.