The River (Come on Down)
by , Hillary Scott & the Scott Family, , The Scott Family Band &
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Verse 1
Are you tired of shame in secrets?
Wishing you can let them go
Do you feel you're often searching for a home?
Well there's a love that fills what's empty
There's a place you can be changed
There's a God who knows you
He's calling out your name
Verse 2
Come on down to the river
Come be washed in the blood
And your sins will be forgiven by the power of His love
Come be changed by the mercy
That makes all things new
Where the lost get found
Come on down, down, down to the river
To the river
Verse 3
It flows like the Mississippi
From the giver of endless grace
And everyone is welcome here to dive into the waves
So leave the questions far behind you
Leave your past back on the shore
And run with wild abandoned
Wait no more
Verse 4
Come on down to the river
Come be washed in the blood
And your sins will be forgiven by the power of His love
Come be changed by the mercy
That makes all things new
Where the lost get found
Come on down, down, down to the river
To the river
Verse 5
Every burden, every scar
Let the waters wash away
No matter who you were before
You belong to Christ today
Yeah, you belong to Christ today
Verse 6
As I went down to the river to pray
Studying about that good 'ol way
And who shall wear the robe and crown
Good Lord, show me the way
Oh Sister, let's go down, let's go down, come on down
Oh Sister, let's go down, down to the river to pray
Verse 7
Come on down to the river
Come be washed in the blood
And your sins will be forgiven by the power of His love
Come be changed by the mercy
Makes all things new
Where the lost get found
Come on down, down, down to the river
To the river
Verse 8
Come on down, come on down, oh oh
To the river, oh oh

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