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WHAT'LL WE DO WHEN THE WATTLE BLOOMS AGAIN (Music: Reginald A. A. Stoneham /Lyrics: Emily Maud Robb - c.1918) When Winter's gloom is over and skies are blue And all the world's in love and I love you When we have forgotten the cold and rain What'll we do when the wattle blooms again What'll we do when the wattle blooms again We'll go a-roaming, by the river's fringe of waving gold In the gloaming, heart to heart and hand in hand Always to love and understand That's what we'll do when the wattle blooms again And I come back to you When smiling Spring is here and all is fair On ev'ry breeze a sigh and songbirds pair And nature, so joyous, will sing this refrain What'll they do when the wattle blooms again What'll we do when the wattle blooms again We'll go a-roaming, by the river's fringe of waving gold In the gloaming, heart to heart and hand in hand Always to love and understand That's what we'll do when the wattle blooms again And I come back to you (Contributed by Mel Priddle - May 2014)

    


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