River

Album: Bridges (2018)
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  • Some days I can't say why I'm feeling lonely
    Some days I am too proud to ask for help
    And I stumble through the noise
    Trying to find some peace
    A stranger in the crowd, I lose myself

    So, I walk down to the river
    Where the troubles, they can't find me
    Let the waters there remind me
    The sun will be there when we wake

    I walk down to the river
    Though I might not understand it
    It's not always as we planned it
    But we grow stronger when we break
    So, I walk down to the river
    I walk down to the river

    This raging world can get so overwhelming
    Looking for a meaning when it won't make sense
    In my head its getting loud
    Like I can't outrun this cloud
    No matter where I go well there I am

    So, I walk down to the river
    Where the troubles, they can't find me
    Let the waters there remind me
    The sun will be there when we wake

    I walk down to the river
    Though I might not understand it
    It's not always as we planned it
    But we grow stronger when we break
    So, I walk down to the river
    I walk down to the river

    Let the calm pull me under
    Far beyond the thunder
    Tell me it will all be okay
    Let the waves take all my worries
    Conquer them with fury
    Give me shelter be my escape

    I walk down to the river
    Where the troubles, they can't find me
    Let the waters there remind me
    The sun will be there when we wake

    I walk down to the river
    Though I might not understand it
    It's not always as we planned it
    But we grow stronger when we break
    So, I walk down to the river
    I walk down to the river
    I walk down to the river
    I walk down to the river
    To the river
    To the river
    I walk down oh, oh, oh
    To the river oh, oh, oh Writer/s: Bernie Herms, Josh Groban, Tobias Gad, TOBY GAD
    Publisher: CTM Publishing
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