There's a little house down the road, on the edge of a little town
And as far as the eye can see nothing else
The coolest time of the day is early morning
The midday sun gets so hot it burns everything
Another day in desert paradise
Somewhere way out back

Well there's something in the magic of the land around this little town
The beautiful colours and the sounds of seasons going round
A drought can last for years and years, the country burns away
There are children growing up out here who've never seen it rain
Another day in desert paradise
Somewhere way out back

All you ever need is right here
The corner store, the country pub, the drive in cinema
A church and a school yard, the hamburger shop
And the land, it's endless
It's another day in a desert paradise

There's a little house down the road, on the edge of a little town
And the rain on its hot tin roof is such an unfamiliar sound
I can hear the land breathing a sigh of relief
And the locals are rushing out into the streets
See it rain in desert paradise
Another day in desert paradise
See the rain in desert paradise
Somewhere way outback


Lyrics submitted by Perfect Fool

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