"The Brazos River" as written by and David Wilkie Katy Moffatt....
The cool Angelina runs lofty and gliding
The crooked Colorado runs weaving and winding
The Red River runs rusty, the Wichita clear
But Down by the Brazos, I courted my dear

I la lie lee lee lee give me your hand
I la lie lee lee lee give me your hand
I la lie lee lee lee give me your hand
There's many a river that waters the land

She hugged me and she kissed me
And she called me her dandy
The Brazos is muddy,
And sometimes quick sandy

She hugged me and she kissed me
And called me her own
But down by the Brazos
She left me alone

Now the girls of them rivers
They're plump and they're pretty
The Supine and the Sulfur
Have many a beauty

I may wander the rivers
And many a shore,
But down by the Brazos
I'll wander no more

I la lie lee lee lee give me your hand
I la lie lee lee lee give me your hand
I la lie lee lee lee give me your hand
There's many a river that waters the land
There's many a river that waters the land


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"The Brazos River" as written by Fred Hellerman Frank Hamilton

Lyrics © KATY MOFFATT D/B/A RED MOON MUSIC

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