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On This Side of the River Cumberland

L. James on September 26, 2012 19:40

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    LYRICS -----------------------------------------

    On this side of the river Cumberland,
    The drums roar. I can feel the thunderin’.
    There are pathways through the woods.
    On the banks we trade our goods.
    Dogs, they bark and cats escape.
    Water boils and cornbread bakes.
    And the tribe is doing well, sitting round the firepit singin’.

    On this side of the river Cumberland,
    The storms roll. I can feel the rumblin’.
    Trees are ripped up roots and all.
    Neighborhoods are torn in squall.
    City planners scheme and plot.
    Here’s a chance to shake things up.
    So begins the exodus, packing up our stuff while singin’.

    On this side of the river Cumberland,
    It’s changing. I can read the marketin’.
    Some go bust while others boom.
    Who’s the next big land tycoon.
    But the drums still thunder on
    And the storms are far from gone.
    Dogs, they bark and cats run free.
    Life goes on in Tennessee.
    And the tribe is doing well, sitting round the firepit singin’.

    On this side, on this side

    NOTES -----------------------------------------

    Mike Boise – bass guitar
    Corey Boise – percussion

    Recorded in Nashville Tennessee and Brandon Vermont. Mixed by Mike Boise. Music and Lyrics by Lindsey James Boise. Copyright 2012 and registered with BMI.

    Release date: Sep 26, 2012

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