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Sinead O'connor – Rivers Of Babylon (Dublin Sessions) lyrics

By the rivers of Babylon where I sat down
There I wept when I remembered Zion
By the rivers of Babylon where I sat down
There I wept when I remembered Zion

There on the poplars I broke my guitar
Because my tormentors required songs
Songs of where I'm from, songs of where I'm from
Oh, songs of Zion

If I forget You, O Jah
May both of my hands wither
And may my mouth freeze
If I forget how I knelt at Your feet

If I forget You, O Jah
May both of my hands wither
And may my mouth freeze
If I forget how I knelt at Your feet



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