"Hawkesbury River Lovin'" as written by and John Williamson....
Just layin' with my lady on a houseboat in the sun
Can't hear the city hummin', and I'm feelin' good
With a belly full of oysters and some white wine on the ice,
I've got that laid back lovin' feeling - it's really nice
What I call Hawkesbury River lovin', good Aussie wine
Workin' hard at bein' lazy, no bait on the line
My kind of paradise, a river honeymoon
Just layin' with my lady on a houseboat in the sun

Well I know I should be out there. . .searchin' for a job. . .
I could try a pick 'n shovel. . .but what the hell. . .
Why can't I be born again and come back as a swan. . .
Head up north for the winter. . .and back again. . .to find some

Hawkesbury River Lovin', good Aussie wine
Workin' hard at bein' lazy, no bait on the line
My kind of paradise, a river honeymoon
Just layin' with my lady on a houseboat in the sun

And I know you don't mind how many times I say 'I love you',
As long as you can stay around for more

What I call Hawkesbury River Lovin', good Aussie wine
Workin' hard at bein' lazy, no bait on the line
My kind of paradise, a river honeymoon
Just layin' with my lady on a houseboat in the sun

Layin' with my lady on a houseboat in the sun...


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