There's a river of love that runs through all times There's a river of grief that floods through our loves It starts when a heart is broken into By the thief of belief in anything that's true But there's a river of love that runs through all time
There's a river of love that runs through all time There's a river of tears that flows through our eyes We fight through the night for freedom as it fades Into a jail where we fail everytime we make a break But there's a river of love that runs through all time
I had to run before I knew how to crawl The first step was hard but I have had trouble with them all But now the night grows darker and the day grows dim 'Cause I know I never will see you again And I almost made you happy
There's a river of love that runs through all time There's a river of fire that burns with no light The flame is the pain of dreams gone up in smoke From the lies we deny and breathe until we choke There's a river of love that runs through all time
Writer/s: T-Bone Burnett
Publisher: Spirit Music Group
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