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Up a lazy river by the old mill run
The lazy, lazy river in the noon day sun
Linger in the shade of a kind old tree
Throw away your troubles
Up a Lazy River by the old mill run
That lazy lazy river in the noon day sun
Linger in the shade of an old oak tree
Throw away your troubles dream
Up a lazy river by the old mill run
The lazy, lazy river in the noon day sun
Linger in the shade of a kind old tree
Throw away your troubles
Up a lazy river by the old mill run
Lazy river in the noon day sun
Linger awhile in the shade of a tree
Throw away your troubles, dream with me
Up a lazy river by the old mill run
Lazy river in the noon day sun
Linger awhile in the shade of a tree
Throw away your troubles, dream with me
Up a lazy river by the old mill run
That lazy, lazy river in the noonday sun
Linger in the shade of a kind old tree
Throw away your troubles,
Up a lazy river by the old mill run
Lazy river in the noon day sun
Linger awhile in the shade of a tree
Throw away your troubles, dream with me
Up a lazy river by the old mill run
Lazy river in the noon day sun
Linger awhile in the shade of a tree
Throw away your troubles, dream with me
Up a lazy river by the old mill run
Lazy river in the noon day sun
Linger in the shade of a tree 
Throw away your troubles, dream with me 

Up
Up a lazy river by the old mill stream
That lazy, hazy river where we both can dream
Linger in the shade of an old oak tree
Throw away your
LAZY RIVER
Writers Hoagy Carmichael, Sid Arodin

Up a lazy river by the old mill stream That lazy, hazy river where we both can dream Linger in
Up a lazy river by the old mill run
Lazy river in the noon day sun
You can linger a while in the shade of a tree
Throw away your troubles, dream
Up a lazy river by the old mill run
Lazy, lazy river in the noon day sun
Linger awhile in the shade of the tree
Throw away your troubles, dream
Up a lazy river by the old mill run
Lazy, lazy river in the noon day sun
Linger awhile in the shade of the tree
Throw away your troubles, dream
girl and hold her tight.
We can take it nice and easy,
You know it won't be long till we'll be, we'll be

Down by the lazy river,
Come as you
girl and hold her tight.
We can take it nice and easy,
You know it won't be long till we'll be, we'll be

Down by the lazy river,
Come as you
Up a lazy river by the old mill run
Lazy, lazy river in the noon day sun
Linger awhile in the shade of the tree
Throw away your troubles, dream
in the swamps
One of 'em a great big old boy
One of 'em kinda short, not too big
Lived back in the swamps down by the river
This particular
best friend Lee
We grew up together along Half Moon Bay
Lee was Japanese, born in the USA

When Tommy was fighting Jerry along the River Seine
Me
best friend Lee
We grew up together along Half Moon Bay
Lee was Japanese, born in the USA

When Tommy was fighting Jerry along the River Seine
Me
This is about two cats
They're sittin' down by a river in the swamps
They're sitting on a log
One of them is kind of a big fellow
And the other
versions by Peggy Lee (# 2), Bing Crosby 
(#14), and Burl Ives (# 21) were all charted as just "Riders In the Sky"
Later, The Ramrods took it to # 30 in
Ah, this? about two cats, they?re sitting? down by a river in the swimps. (and) They?re sittin? there on a log. This one of ?em is a kind of a big
Touched by a butterfly on my way home 
Flying who knows where 
Walking down that dusty road 
Without a care 

The sun was shining up in the country
la, la la la, la la lee
Sha la la, la la la, la la lee

Flowers at sunset, blues in the night
Kissed by a river in the pale moonlight
The words