"Lazy River" as written by Sidney Arodin and Hoagy Carmichael....
Up a lazy river
By the old mill run
Lazy river
In the noonday sun.

Linger awhile
In the shade of a tree
Throw away your troubles
Dream with me.

Up a lazy river
Where the robin's song
Wakes the mornin' we roll along
May be blue skies above
Everyone's in love
Up a lazy river
How happy we'll be
Up a lazy river with me.

Up a lazy river
By the old mill run
That lazy, lazy river
In the noonday sun.

You can linger for awhile
In the shade of a tree
Throw away your troubles, baby
Dream a dream of me.

Up a lazy river
Where the robin's song
Wakes a bright new mornin'
Where we can roll along.

There may be blue skies up above
But, as long as we're in love
Yeah ... we'll be up a lazy river
How happy we could be
Up a lazy river with me.

From the halfway mark!

Yeah ... up a lazy river
Where that robin's song
Awakes a bright new mornin'
We can roll along.

A-a-a ... there are blue skies up above
And as long as we're in love
We'll be up a lazy river
Up a crazy, lazy river.

Up a lazy river ...
I ain't goin' your way ...
Get outta my way ...
Up a lazy river with me.


Lyrics submitted by Mellow_Harsher

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