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Out across cities I see buildings burn into piles
And watch the world in wonder as mountains turn into tiles
And trees losing their leaves and our faces becoming tired
I wish I could discover something that doesn't expire
Come and stumble me

Take me river, carry me far
Lead me river like a mother
Take me over to some other unknown
Put me in the undertow
Such are the things that make a kingdom rumble and shatter
The same dynamic that another day would never matter
It really just depends on who's giving and who's receiving
And things that don't make sense are always a little deceiving

Come and humble me

Take me river, carry me far
Lead me river like a mother
Take me over to some other unknown
Put me in the undertow

I wanna know where you're going
A follower following
Changing but never changed
Claiming but never claimed

Take me river, carry me far
Lead me river like a mother
Take me over to some other unknown
Put me in the undertow



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