You take a bus marked "Lakewood Drive"
And you keep on ridin' till you're out of the city
Where the air is fine with the sweet smellin' pine
And the countryside's pretty
And you'll see daffodils peepin' (daffodils) over the hills
Or a honey lovin' mama bear (or a honey lovin' mama bear)

Just take a left at the bridge (left at the bridge)
Go down to Quakerforn Ridge (go to the ridge now)
And in a minute you're there (in a minute you're there)

(Do-do, do-do-do-do-do)
(Do-do, do-do-do-do-do)
(Do-do, do-do-do-do-do)
(Do-do, do-do-do-do-do)

Let's go to
Indian Lake is a scene
You should make with your little one
Keep it in mind if you're lookin to find
A place in the summer sun
Swim in the cove have a snack in the grove (swim in the cove)
Or you can rent a canoe (you can rent a canoe)
At Indian Lake you'll be able to make
The way the Indians do

(Da-up-da) Ah
(Da-up-da-up-da) Ah
(Da-up-da-up-da) Ah
(Da-up-da-up-da) Ah
(Da-up-da-up-da) Ah
(Da-up-da-up-da) Ah
(Da-up-da-up-da) Ah
(Da-up-da-up-da) Ah
(Da-up-da-up) Uh

(Do-do, do-do-do-do-do)
(Do-do, do-do-do-do-do)
(Do-do, do-do-do-do-do)
(Do-do, do-do-do-do-do)

Let's go to
Indian Lake is a scene
You should make with your little one
Just keep it in mind if you're lookin to find
A place in the summer sun
You can swim in the cove, have a snack in the grove (swim in the cove)
Or you can rent a canoe (you can rent a canoe)
At Indian Lake you'll be able to make
The way the Indians do

(Whoo)

Everybody go
Hey, Indian Lake is a scene
You should make with your little one
Just keep it in mind if you're lookin' to find
A place in the summer sun
Swim in the cove, have a snack in the grove (swim in the cove)
Or you can rent a canoe (you can rent a canoe)


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Indian Lake Lyrics as written by Tony Romeo

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    When this song was out I heard that it was about a nudist camp. Hence the meaning of the last line, "You'll be able to make the way the Indians do". Now, I can't find any reference to that being what the song is about.

    Rivrghion May 10, 2020   Link

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