"Draggin' the River" as written by and Steven P. Miller Julie Miller....
Go down to the water and listen for a sound
Something like the moaning of a dove
That's where I do my crying while I'm searching for a sign
Draggin' the river of our love

Did she bear some secret sorrow I could never know
That why my heart was not enough
Now she's left me looking for a trace of what we had
Draggin' the river of our love

There's thunder and lightning and a storm in my soul
I'm broken down and I'm fixing to cry
She was my heartbeat she was my blood
I might as well just lay down and die

Solid as a tombstone silent as a grave
Now loneliness fits me like a glove
Was her promise a mistake or just an outright lie
Draggin' the river of our love

The sky is low and heavy and full of tears tonight
And it's just a fingernail moon up above
Tonight you're gonna find me like every night before
Draggin' the river of our love


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"Draggin the River" as written by Julie Miller Buddy Miller

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