"All Comes Floodin' Down" as written by and Brian Mccomas....


The preacher prayed a month for rain

We'd been dry for seven weeks or more

Now it ain't stopped for thirteen days

I guess he got what he was prayin' for


So go tell the boys in the canyon

And go tell the boys at the mill

We'll throw the sand into those bags

And fight this thing until it all comes floodin' down


There's not much time left we can buy

The water's strong and on the rise

Pretty soon the dam will yield

To it's weight and drown the fields


So go tell the boys in the canyon

And go tell the boys at the mill

We'll throw the sand into those bags

And fight this thing until it all comes floodin' down


When the water comes

It takes everything you know

The houses and the harvest

Your sanity and soul

With a muddy rush

It'll baptize this whole town

When it all comes floodin' down


The preacher's on his knees again

He's prayin' for the rain to end

Now we did all that we could do

But still the water broke on through


It took all the boys in the canyon

It took all those boys from the mill

Who threw the sand into those bags

And fought that thing until it all came floodin' down

It all came floodin' down

It all came floodin' down





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"All Comes Floodin' Down" as written by Brian Mccomas

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