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Lee Kernaghan – Missin' Slim lyrics
Davey has a photo
of the day he met Slim Dusty
It hangs beneath the longhorns in a simple timber frame
And I don't know who is prouder
Davey or his old man
But you can see in in their faces and the way they said his name

They're missin' Slim
Missin' Slim
The bush has lost a hero and we all remember him
He was our mate, he was the king
We're missing slim
Missin' Slim

Scotty is a mountain man
Hard as stoney granite
But when "Pub" came on the radio
I swear I saw a tear
If his life was a movie
Slim Dusty was the soundtrack
But he never thought the end was ever quite so near

They're missin' Slim
Missin' Slim
The bush has lost a hero and we all remember him
He was our mate, he was the king
We're missing slim
Missin' Slim

From the Plains of Peppimenarti
To the end of the Canning Stockroot
Three rivers and that covaham
And out to Camowheal
Bullie Bullie Station
Charleville and Isa
Where the rain still tumbles down that way
In Nulla Nulla Creek

They're missin' Slim
Missin' Slim
The bush has lost a hero and we all remember him
He was our mate, he was the king
We're missing slim
Missin' Slim
Missin' Slim
We're all missin' Slim
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