"Draggin the Line" as written by and Tommy/king James....
Makin' a living the old hard way
Takin' and giving by day by day
I dig snow and rain and bright sunshine
Draggin' the line (draggin' the line)
My dog Sam eats purple flowers
We ain't got much but what we got's ours
We dig snow and rain and bright sunshine
Draggin' the line (draggin' the line)
Draggin' the line (draggin' the line)
I feel fine I'm talkin' bout peace of mind
I'm gonna take my time I'm gettin' the good sign
Draggin' the line (draggin' the line)
Draggin' the line (draggin' the line)
Loving the free and feelin' spirit
Of huggin' a tree when you get near it
Diggin' the snow and rain and bright sunshine
Draggin' the line (draggin' the line)
I feel fine I'm talkin' bout peace of mind
I'm gonna take my time I'm gettin' the good sign
Draggin' the line (draggin' the line)
Draggin' the line (draggin' the line)
Draggin' the line (draggin' the line).....


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"Draggin the Line" as written by Tommy James Robert King

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    General CommentAs almost all Tommy James songs this one was about drugs. About draggin a line of coke to get through the workday after partying all night the night before. Of course "Snow" meant coke, "rain" meant Ludes AKA Quaalude's, and "Sunshine" was an Acid AKA LDS. And the line "My dog Sam eats purple flowers" was referring the to his "friend that doesn't do the same drug as him"! (That was what "Dog" meant then and "Cat" was someone who did the same drug as you!) "Sam" ate liquid LSD "Purple flowers" that was comon to put in grape Koolaid! So "Ain't got much, but what we've got's ours"meant that "we don't need to share our coke!
    Scotty
    scottyboydon July 03, 2017   Link

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