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  1. Down To The River

    This is where pissing around will get you. Seems that's all I do, nothing ever gets a fine polish on it. My question concerns prosody, should this be slowed? Seems when I do that it's just mired in the boring level of blah. Down To The River Hammered in the coals of a fire lost Shot from the age of Homeric lust The tip of love's arrow, well it pierced my lung But it missed my heart, I had none, it went Down to the river waters keep Down to the river where it's black and deep Down to the river where it's too damn cold to come home Love is an owl over fields of prey I was caught while dawn was threatening Clawing for the heart of it's victory won Well love left hungry, I had none, it went Down to the river waters keep Down to the river where it's black and deep Down to the river where it's too damn cold to come home I pulled her close when the night was young When still she needed to know I was strong But her moon fell over and her sky went numb When she reached for my heart, found I had none Down to the river waters keep Down to the river where it's black and deep Down to the river where it's too damn cold to come home Come home
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