"Muddy Water Home" as written by and Emmitt....
Walkin' on down the track, bringing my baby back,
Well, I'm on my way to that muddy water home.
Things ain't been the same since she got on that train.
Done jumped that rail, done left me all alone.

When you hear that whistle blow, I'm headed down the road.
Gonna bring my darlin' back where she belongs.
Don't sleep through the night, without that woman to hold me tight.
Come mornin' look and I'll be gone.

Walkin' on down the line, leavin' these blues behind,
She's the only one who would ever let me know.
Now I'm thinking back on the day, before she went away,
Wonderin' why she ever had to go.

When you hear that whistle moan, I'm headed down the road.
Gonna bring my darlin' back where she belongs.
Can't sleep through the night, without that woman to hold me tight.
Come mornin', look and I'll be gone.

Walkin' on down the track, bringing my baby back,
Well, I'm on my way to that muddy water home.
Things ain't been the same since she got on that train.
Done jumped that rail, done left me all alone.

When you hear that whistle moan, I'm headed down the road.
Gonna bring my darlin' back where she belongs.
Can't sleep through the night, without that woman to hold me tight.
Come mornin', look and I'll be gone.

Well, I'm on my way to that muddy water home.




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"Muddy Water Home" as written by Drew G Emmitt

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