Sullivan Street )
Counting Crows Lyrics


Take the way home that leads back to Sullivan St.
Cross the water and home through the town
Past the shadows that fall down wherever we meet
Pretty soon I won't come around

I'm almost drowning in her sea
She's nearly fallen to her knees

Take the way home that leads back to Sullivan St.
Where all the bodies hang on the air
If she remembers, she hides it whenever we meet
Either way now, I don't really care

I'm almost drowning in her seas
She's nearly crawling on her knees
She's down on her knees

Take the way home that leads back to Sullivan St.
I'm just another rider burned to the ground

I'm almost drowning in her sea
She's nearly crawling on her knees
It's almost everything I need
I'm down on my knees
I'm down on my knees

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group
Written by: ADAM FREDRIC DURITZ, BEN G MIZE, CHARLES THOMAS GILLINGHAM, DANIEL JOHN VICKREY, DAVID LYNN BRYSON, MATTHEW MARK MALLEY, STEVE BOWMAN

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Michael Bush

Take the way home that leads back to Sullivan St.
Cross the water and home through the town
Past the shadows that fall down wherever we meet
Pretty soon I won't come around
I'm almost drowning in her sea
She's nearly fallen to her knees
Take the way home that leads back to Sullivan St.
Where all the bodies hang on the air
If she remembers, she hides it whenever we meet
Either way now, I don't really care
I'm almost drowning in her seas
She's nearly crawling on her knees
She's down on her knees
Take the way home that leads back to Sullivan St.
I'm just another rider burned to the ground
I'm almost drowning in her sea
She's nearly crawling on her knees
It's almost everything I need
I'm down on my knees
I'm down on my knees



David Jon Burke

Take the way home that leads back to Sullivan St.
Cross the water and home through the town
Past the shadows that fall down wherever we meet
Pretty soon I won't come around
I'm almost drowning in her sea
She's nearly fallen to her knees
Take the way home that leads back to Sullivan St.
Where all the bodies hang on the air
If she remembers, she hides it whenever we meet
Either way now, I don't really care
I'm almost drowning in her seas
She's nearly crawling on her knees
She's down on her knees
Take the way home that leads back to Sullivan St.
I'm just another rider burned to the ground
I'm almost drowning in her sea
She's nearly crawling on her knees
It's almost everything I need
I'm down on my knees
I'm down on my knees



All comments from YouTube:

Smoove J

It’s funny that Counting Crows was considered “alternative.” This is such a classic, soulful arrangement. Still sounds great almost 30 years later.

Beaches south of L.A.

It is alternative that's why it was considered that.

The Istrix

Well when what was mainstream was hair band rock and synth pop..

Aubree Gallucci

This CD reminds me of innocence. I was a freshman in high school. This was very powerful music at that young age.

Peter Wurm

Fall of my freshman year. This album was one of many in that era that rocked my core. There’s never been a period of more honest songwriting than ‘91-‘95. It taught so many mature lessons to a group of people at a very vulnerable age. I have no doubt that I wouldn’t be as introspective of a person were it not for songs/albums like this.

Long Forgotten

Eighth grade and break ups for me.

Beaches south of L.A.

Yo Aubree how you doin'?

Bryan Palmer

Same. This album speaks beyond any IMO

The Istrix

Still is

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Loretta Napalan

This whole cd..AMAZING!!!

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