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Song Description

The work has been done so let's get out in the country environment and have fun. Think of all of the out-door activities. Ofcourse that significant other person is the one you love, and all important in enjoying life

Story Behind the Song

I always enjoy going country, camping, 4wheel driving, up the river, fishing, gem fossicking. Just let me out of work and I'm gone country. I do not mind a good beer.

Lyrics

BOHEMIAMN LASS
Words & Music by OJCrane Music Events
Chorus: A bohemian lass and a glass
of beer. That's what I want
When the day's work is done
We've been working.We've been working From monday to friday
When the weekend comes
What do you want to do
What do you want to do
Have some fun Have some fun
Have some fun!
Chorus

V1
I want to know what their talking about
When they say that love is free Love is free Love is free
I want to feel free
Chorus

V2 I want to feel that sun shining down
Light and clean Fresh and warm
Open space Your smiling face
Chorus

V3 I want to hear your voice
I want to hear you say
You love me You need me
You want me
Chorus

Chorus-2
A bohemian guy, and a glass of champagne
That's what she wants when the day's work is done (x2)
Chorus (fade to fin)

Song Length
3:51
Genres
Folk - Country, Folk - Country
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Sociable, Cheerful

Subject Matter
Alchohol, Beer, Wine, General

Similar Artists
Robert Palmer, Rod Stewart
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits OJCrane
Music Credits OJCrane