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OUT OF TOWN From the film "Charley Moon" (1956 (Leslie Bricusse / Robin Beaumont) Max Bygraves - 1956 Say what you will, The countryside is still The only place where I could settle down Troubles there are so much rarer Out of town Spring starts to spring The cuckoo starts to sing A song to take the edge off winter's frown And spring cleaning has a meaning Out of town Up there the sun is a big yellow duster Polishing the blue, blue sky With white fluffy clouds in a cluster Hanging on a breeze to dry Trees everywhere With blossoms in their hair And Mother Nature wears her newest gown What I'd give once more to live Right out of town.

    


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