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On the Oklahoma shore of that old red river
I stand right here and curse my pride.
That river runs deep
The current is strong
And the woman I love is on the other side.
How did the love we made together
Break apart and drift away
Leave me lost and lonely
On this crimson bank
Red River Blue
God pull me through
I'd walk through fire if that bridge hadn't burned in two
Texoma sky
Tears in my eyes
She said goodbye and now I'm red river blue
They say everything is bigger
Under that Texas moon
I'll bet my right hand you wont find a bigger fool
She's probably smiling somewhere tonight
In someone elses arms
I'm here dragging the muddy bottom
For pieces of my heart
Red River Blue
God pull me through
I'd walk through fire if that bridge hadn't burned in two
Texoma sky
Tears in my eyes
She said goodbye and now I'm red river blue
She said goodbye and now I'm red river blue



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