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Slim Dusty - By A Fire Of Gidgee Coal Lyrics

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  • By a warm electric heater and a softly padded chair
  • In a loungeroom brightly lighted by a glowing chandelier
  • Since my early days of drovin' the years have taken toll
  • But I somehow miss my swag wrap by a fire of Gidgee coal
  • When I wake from sleep each morning and I ring the bedside bell
  • The maid brings in my breakfast and she fills my pipe as well
  • There are cakes and sweetened coffee on a tray of sparkling gold
  • But I miss black tea and damper by a fire of Gidgee coal
  • I am driven' out each evening by a chauffer spruce and neat
  • Through the flowered parks and gardens and the crowded city streets
  • But I drift back through the ages while the big car softly rolls
  • To a stock route and a wagonette and a fire of Gidgee coal
  • I attend all social parties in the rich parts of the town
  • Drinking wine from fancy glasses as the waiters go their rounds
  • But I'd rather share a bottle with those drovin' mates of old
  • In a pair of dusty moleskins by a fire of Gidgee coal
  • In a pair of dusty moleskins by a fire of Gidgee coal

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