Song 248: "The River" - The Family Crest

There's a heart here, cast in stone
And there's a past here I must atone
Oh there were moments I thrust away
Now there's a keeper that I must pay
So here's the scythe now, and here's the soil
And here's the seed, dear, that I must toil
To heal the orchard from the cold damn earth

Well I'm sorry love for all I haven't done
And I'm sorry dear for what I have become

Down to the river we'll go to the river we'll go
Down to the river we'll go to the river we'll go
Down to the river we'll go to the river we'll go
Down to the river we'll go to the river we'll go
Down to the river we'll go to the river we'll go
Down to the river we'll go to the river we'll go
Down to the river we'll go to the river we'll go
Down

Oh these weathered old hands of mine
They have grown weary over time
This aging heart love, shall inch on slow
But dear it's beating, still stands to grow
And oh the years dear, they'll be harsh and long
But I will go out and sing your songs
Over the mountains, over hills and the streams

Oh I'm sorry love for all I cannot change
For the moments past I'll gladly take the blame

Oh, oooh, oh oh oh oh oh
You've got my heart, I've got your know
I love you from the start so go
Out of the dark my darling go
Find a better start dear