"Something in the Water" as written by Colin Buchanan, Garth Ivan Richard Porter and Lee Raymond Kernaghan....
Lyndal is a waitress and she looks a little like Faith Hill
Turning heads down at the roadhouse working the grill
You'd expect she'd be the only one
But there's plenty more like her out here where she comes from


There's got to be something in the water
Got to be something in the atmosphere
Out here every good looking daughter
Would make you swear there's something in the water

Lyndals got some cousins out on the five mile plain
They've got the family likeness they really drive the boys insane
You should watch them rope see them ride
When they turn the mob watch the red dust fly

there's got to be something in the water
Got to be something in the atmosphere
Out here every good looking daughter
Would make you swear there's something in the water

see those girls walking down the street
Or at the swimming hole
Boys from out of town who stop this way
They shake their heads and you can hear them say

there's got to be something in the water
Got to be something in the atmosphere
Out here every good looking daughter
Would make you swear there's something in the water


Lyrics submitted by sawyens, edited by Peachre

"Something in the Water" as written by Garth Ivan Richard Porter Colin Buchanan

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