The Log Driver’s Waltz

Wade Hemsworth

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The Log Driver's Waltz

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If you should ask a- ny girl from the pa- rish a- round

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What plea- ses her most from her head to her toes,

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She'll say, "I'm not sure that it's bus- 'ness of yours,

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But I do like to waltz with a log dri- ver."


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Cho: For he goes bir- ling down, a- down white wa- ter;

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That's where the long dri- ver learns to step light- ly,

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It's bir- ling down, a- down white wa- ter;

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A log dri- ver's waltz plea- ses girls com- plete- ly.


When the drive's nearly over, I like to go down
To see all the lads while they work on the river.
I know that come evening they'll be in the town
And we all want to waltz with a log driver.

To please both my parents I've had to give way
And dance with the doctors and merchants and lawyers.
Their manners are fine but their feet are of clay
For there's none with the style of a log driver.

I've had my chances with all sorts of men
But none is so fine as my lad on the river.
So when the drive's over, if he asks me again,
I think I will marry my log driver.

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