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River Of Time Recorded by John Conlee Written by Jim Rushing and Larry Cordle
G C Early one morning a new day was dawning G C I was sixteen and strong as a horse G I didn't know nothing about nothing A7 C D7 But I knew everything of course
G C I turned twenty-one toting a gun G C And losing some good friends of mine G I was crossing my first dreams of sorrow D7 G C G On the way down the river of time
C This river rolls like a rocket G It don't meander and wind C Ain't a power on earth that can stop it D7 We're all swept up in the grind
G C So find your companion the one that will love you G C All the way till the end of the line
It's the dearest of dreams G In the great scheme of things D7 G Going down the river of time
C I woke up at 30 and started to worry G C About the glaring mistakes of my past G I still had high aspirations A7 C D7 But I knew that I'd never move fast
G C Now I'm staring at 40 and oh Lord Lordy G C I'm still a long way from the top G I've still got the heart but I'm falling apart D7 G C G Reaching the hands of the clock
C It's the dearest of dreams G In the great scheme of things D7 G C G Going down the river of time
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