Whiskey River

Album: Shotgun Willie (1973)
  • Whiskey River, take my mind
    Don't let a memory talk to me
    Whiskey River, don't run dry
    You're all I got, take care of me
    I'm drowning in a Whiskey River
    Bathing my memory's mind in the wetness of its soul
    Feeling the amber current flowing from my mind
    To warm an empty heart you left so cold
    (Repeat) Writer/s: WILLIE NELSON
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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