When The Rain Tumbles Down In July lyrics and chords
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When The Rain Tumbles Down In July Written and recorded by Slim Dusty
C G7 C Let me wander north to the homestead F C Way out further on there to roam F C By a gully in flood let me linger G7 When the summery sunshine has flown
C G7 C Where the logs tangle up on the creek beds F C And clouds fill the old northern sky F C And the cattle move back from the lowlands G7 C When the rain tumbles down in July
G7 C The settlers with sad hearts are watching F C The rise of the stream from the dawn F C Their best crops are always in flood reach G7 If it rises much more they'll be gone
C G7 C The cattle string out along the fences F C The wind from the south races by F C And the limbs from the old gums have fallen G7 C When the rain tumbles down in July
G7 C The sleeping gums on the hillside F C Awaken to herds strayin' by F C From the flats where the fences have vanished G7 As the storm clouds gather on high
C G7 C The wheels of the wagons stop turning F C The stock horses turned out to stray F C The old station dogs are a-dozin' G7 On the husks in the barn through the day
C G7 C The drover draws rein by the river F C Its years since he's seen it so high F C Yes and that's just a story of homeward G7 C When the rain tumbles down in July
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