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(Doug Crider/Matt Rollings)

Standing in the back yard where our love used to grow
Big September moons above
Your garden needs a little tenderness I know
Bad time to be out of love
I can smell the pine breeze off the river tonight
I can hang a wish on the evening star
It's just the way you left it here but something's not right
Can you feel it where you are

River of hope is running shallow
Gonna need some rain here pretty soon
My field of dreams is lying fallow
You've got a brand new start with a love in bloom
I've got an empty heart and a harvest moon

It's just the kind of moon that used to follow us back then
I guess you're over that for good
It's not that I believe at all you're coming back again
It's just the kind of night to wish you would

River of hope is running shallow
Gonna need some rain here pretty soon
My field of dreams is lying fallow
You've got a brand new start with a love in bloom
I've got an empty heart and a harvest moon

Sky open up on these plains, fill up this stream
I want to stand in the rain till I'm clean

River of hope is running shallow
Gonna need some rain here pretty soon
My field of dreams is lying fallow
You've got a brand new start with a love in bloom
I've got an empty heart and a harvest moon



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