"Goondiwindi Moon" as written by and Lee Raymond Kernaghan James Edmonds Blundell....
These hands can turn timber
Into good stockyard rails
This back knows the burden of toil
Between fixing up fences
And falling behind
Well I reckon
I’ve been through it all

Never knew I had feelings like this
So much can change with a kiss

And it’s just me and you
And the Goondiwindi Moon
All at once the world is standing still
With the moonlight in your hair
And the softness of your skin
Taking me somewhere I’ve never been
Goondiwindi Moon

I’ve spent all of my life
Out on these black flood plains
I’ve wandered these paddocks so long
With the moon on my shoulder
Silent old friend
I lived in a world of my own
There’s a new light in my life
And I can’t help this feeling inside

And it’s just me and you
And the Goondiwindi Moon
All at once the world is standing still
With the moonlight in your hair
And the softness of your skin
Taking me somewhere I’ve never been
Goondiwindi Moon

Never knew I had feelings like this
So much can change with a kiss

And it’s just me and you
And the Goondiwindi Moon
All at once the world is standing still
With the moonlight in your hair
And the softness of your skin
Taking me somewhere I’ve never been
Goondiwindi Moon


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