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the river of love it has gone muddy
And the flowers , they are dying on the shore.
And the blue skies have all turned to darkness
And the nightingale will
A poison sun in a septic sky 
Spitting on the open face of muddy water 
Any anxious color, blue and gold 
Now don't say you're hungry 

You're so damn
In bed I hear cars and trains and think of swamps and oceans
The diesel sounds of anchor chain and muddy stirrings of a love I could have known
I
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
heroes

The great muddy waters and howling wolf
Said a whole lot of livin' in a blues song
I'd take me all day namin' all the names
So many fellas who
around a heart. Pull it

Tighter and tighter
Until the muddy waters part
Down by the river bank
A blues band arrives
The music suffers
The music
cares to the wind coyote and whine

Your rolling tears, your restless visions

Rattle up to love, the magician


Well, he tracked 'em by the muddy waters
on the water
They call to me through the night.
They sing of you, their song is blue,
And so is the pain.

It 's been so long.
Oh lord, won't you help me,
I live by the river on the wrong side of town
Nothing much to do here but listen to the sound
Of a train I'll never catch passin' me by
see God everywhere
Like a sad old melody that cheers you up, it sets you free
That's how Memphis lives in me

There comes a time when muddy waters
And the women they got frisky
By five o'clock in the evening
Every bastard there was piskey

Fare thee well, going away
There's nothing left to say
Farewell
don't despair
 You don't have to pay no fare
 (It's a free ride, Baby)
 Please now brother don't you ride this train
 Ride the wrong rails, live your
And the women they got frisky
By five o'clock in the evening
Every bastard there was piskey

Fare thee well, going away
There's nothing left to say
Farewell
their shoes
They're the ones who made the blues
Who's gonna fill those big shoes

Muddy Waters, howlin' wolf, Willie Dixon, sonny boy too
Little
dog
in the delta dirt of broken dolls
hey, hi, we would fly
to the cool muddy waters of the riverside
in the holy land

momma died drunk and daddy
climate, they say

But it hasn't got
The handy subway train
You seldom find a taxi
When it rains

That's why New York's my home
Keep your California
and I always will

Fare thee well
Accept to say adieu
To your eyes as blue
As the water in the bay
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I'm
adieu
To your eyes as blue
As the water in the bay
And to big Jim Dwyer
The man of wire
Who was often heard to say
I'm a free born man of the USA
Possession Over
Judgment Day" and "Traveling Riverside Blues". It has
also been recorded under the title "Roll And Tumble
Blues". Muddy Waters and Howlin'
got some strawberry wine
I want to get you alone

Down by the muddy water
Of the mighty Mo
In an old abandoned box car
Will I ever know
Dance
Yeah, I'm about as country as she gets

I might get her on the lake to fish with me
If the water's smooth and the sky is blue, with a nice cool breeze
songs of like fallen rain
Windblown buildings, muddy ground
The strength of water can sink a man

Take us back, oh, take us back
Oh, take us, take us
Steep is the water tower 
Painted off blue to match the sky 

Can't ignore the train 

Night walks in the valley silent 
You could swear
Steep is the water tower 
Painted off blue to match the sky 

Can't ignore the train 

Night walks in the valley silent 
You could swear
as hound dogs bay
Never quite catch the tune
Stars fall down in buckets like rain
There ain't no standin' room

Bright blue boxcars train by train
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