"Are You Down" as written by and Lucinda Williams....
Can't put the rain back in the sky
Once it falls down
Please Don't cry

Rain turns the dirt into mud
Warm and messy
Like your love

Can't force the river upstream
When it goes south
Know what I mean

Nothin' will make me take you back
Are you down babe
Down with that

Can't put the rain back in the sky
Once it falls down
Please Don't cry

Rain turns the dirt into mud
Warm and messy
Like your love

Can't force the river upstream
When it goes south
Know what I mean

Nothin' will make me take you back
Are you down babe
Down with that

Are you down, babe
Down with that
Are you down, babe
Down with that


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"Are You Down" as written by Lucinda Williams

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    General CommentThe Song title is misspelled. Should be "Are You Alright?"
    musicalcureon December 17, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI really love this song. Simple and yet emotional, perfect.
    shockdelicaon April 19, 2009   Link
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    General CommentI think she is really missing someone she loves deeply and she hopes he is doing well. She wants to make sure he is being loved and is feeling alright. She wants to check in to be sure he is well taken care of. I think this song is about true love and it is so sweet. She wants a sign that he is okay. I know how she feels.

    I hope the man I love is doing alright. I hope he has someone who treats him the way he should be treated. I hope he knows how much he is loved.

    At the end of the day, you just want to be sure the people you love are feeling comfortable and are at peace. That is my sincere hope for the man I love. Are you alright?
    SoleMateon July 01, 2009   Link
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    General CommentThese lyrics are for "Are You Down" not "Are You Alright?"
    RonLeeon April 18, 2012   Link

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