Deborah Berg

Deborah Berg

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Country - Americana | New York, United States
Total Song Plays: 471   
Member Since: 2009
   Last Login: 1/4/2021

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Song Description

In the middle of a lovers' quarrel, the singer drives away on a rainy night. The muddy weather mirrors their confused frame of mind as they weigh their options while driving. At last, they realize that they're a fool! They turn back, because they're willing to change because of their lover.

Story Behind the Song

This classic country/bluegrass Americana song is about someone who leaves a relationship in their truck and drives away over muddy roads on a rainy, dark night. Feeling like a loser, they realize that they've been lazy and that there's only one person to be with--the one they just left in a huff. They turn around in the near morning light as the skies clear and dawn breaks.

Lyrics

Solo and single on a Saturday night
Got the highway and nowhere to go
Here's hoping someday I'll be getting' it right
Won't keep ramblin' down this rainy road alone

I thought by now we would be chillin' time
With a life so fine, sippin' Rose wine
All I got's these wipers keeping time
To a steady beat of empty open road

At least you're giving me time to think things over
How could I let you go?
I'd cover tracks if I could win you back
But this ol' muddy weather makes it hard, y'know

Sweet dreams aligned and we were doing fine
Made a lotta love and wishes comin' true
Stay together baby one more time
Settle in to the good life, me and you

Love is like taffy when it's pullin' time
And it turns out I'm not the stretchin' kind
All I can think about is easy time

Guess that bargain I was holding up fell through
At least you're giving me time to think things over
How could I let you go?

I'd cover tracks if I could win you back
But this ol' muddy weather makes it hard, y'know

Ooh, the clouds are lifting in this highway sky
Hundred thousand tiny shiny specks of light
New morning breaking in a soft sunrise
There is nothing more restoring than this sight

Be still and know the sun's about to shine
Take it as a sign of our love divine
Hand to God, you are the reason why
I am willing to be changin' cause of you

At least you're giving me time to think things over
How could I let you go?

I will make tracks and I will win you back
Cuz this ol' muddy weather's turning in to gold

I will make tracks and I will win you back
Cuz this ol' muddy weather's turning in to gold

Song Length
3:57
Genres
Country - Americana, Folk - Country
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Moods
Restless, Engaging

Subject Matter
Relationship, You, Yours

Similar Artists
Joy Kills Sorrow, Sarah Jarosz
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Deborah Berg
Music Credits Deborah Berg
Producer Credits Ken Rich and Deborah Berg
Publisher Credits Bergamot Music