"Goldrush" as written by Roger Hodgson and Richard Davies....
Bless my heart and soul
I've discovered gold
Spread the news around
Get the ship afloat
A rock and roll the boat
Let's get into town

I am living down by the creek
Getting mired in the mud
No liquor for a week
I feel the cold in my blood

Here's a very busy lady
On her knees in the sludge
Well I do believe she's crazy
You know she's working like a drudge

Bless my heart and soul
She's discovered gold
Spread the news around
Get the ship afloat
A rock and roll the boat
And let's get into town

Even though she smelt like a drain
She's an angel to me
Her intentions are plain
And the whiskey is free

Breaking out another bottle
Keep it cool in the dirt
Well it's a water baby heaven
I got the papers in my shirt

Bless my heart and soul
We've discovered gold
Spread the news around
Get the ship afloat
A rock and roll the boat
And let's get into town

Bless my heart and soul
We've discovered gold
Spread the news around
Get the ship afloat
A rock and roll the boat
And let's get into town

You work hard all your life little honey
But you can't afford to save any money
You lay it down you leave the town
To see what you could find

For more than 20 years you're a diggin'
Then you can't believe what you are a pickin'
It's a piece of change just like a mountain range
Whoopee we're gonna lay it down


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"Goldrush" as written by Roger Hodgson Richard Davies

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