INDIGO GIRLS


Draw The Line Lyrics

"Draw the Line" is an Amy Ray song. A studio version of it appears
on "Blue Food." (Additionally, there's a live version of it on the
legendary "Purple Parrot" bootleg - I mention it only because it is
immediately followed by a version of Elvis Costello's "Girls Talk" -
which is probably the only occasion in the history of music itself
that a band has played two songs in a row that both include the word
"jaded.")
Draw the Line.
You can write me a letter
But I won't tell you where I am
You can send me a postcard, baby
But I won't tell you where I stand
Well, I'm right outside of your window
And I'm walking on through your love
And I'm giving you all I can, babe
But I know you've been thinking "No."
And now, baby, it's time
Baby, it's time
To draw the line
Draw the line
You may have good intentions
And I may be dead wrong
If what you see here isn't love, babe
It's 'cause I'm too tired to be that strong
Now I'm burned out on your affection
Because it comes from a jaded tongue
And I'm burned out on your direction, baby
I know I'm not the only one
Baby, it's time
Baby, it's time
To draw the line
Draw the line
Draw that line, baby
Draw that line, yeah
Keep it straight
Keep it close
And tell me
What do you have in mind?
(solo)
I'm gonna take this heartache
I'm gonna turn it all inside out
I'm gonna find every livin' last drop of love
Until I'm too sure to have any doubt
Now you can love me if you want me
Or you can turn away and tell me to go
Now you can write me a letter
You can send me a postcard
But don't tell me what you're thinking
If you really don't know, baby
Baby, it's time to draw the line
Draw the line
Yeah, draw that line.

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