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High and Lonesome

Alison Krauss & Robert Plant

Take me down, down to the river
Lift me high, up on the flood
And there will be no turning back
And I must find my love
I must find my love
I must find my love

Well, now, meet me in the bottom
With the serpents and the vine
And I must shout out loud
Will she still be mine?
Will she still be mine?
Will she still be mine?

I shall not rest upon the highway
I will not tire nor despair
I shall conspire, I will be there
I'll make a deal, I'll dance in hell
I'll sing out loud and louder yell
I will open every, every door, yeah

Unconversated, out in the wild words
With the lion and the dove
And if I should lose my mind
There, I must find my love
There, I must find my love
There, I must find my love

Leave me high, high on the mountain
With the naked and the free
And if I should bare my soul
Would she still care for me?
Would she still care for me?
Would she still care for me?
Would she still care for me?

I shall not rest upon the highway
I will not tire nor despair (I will not tire nor despair)
I shall conspire, I will be there
I'll make a deal, I'll dance in hell
I'll sing out loud and louder yell (I'll sign out loud and yell)
I will open every door, oh

I'm lost out on the ocean
And I will calm the seven seas
So all alone, so high and lonesome
Does she still think of me?
Does she still think of me?
Does she still think of me?
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