INTRO 
Lyndal is a waitress and she looks a little like Faith Hill, 
Turning heads down at the roadhouse when she's working the grill. 
You'd expect she'd be the only one, 
But there's plenty more like her out where she comes from. 
 There's got to be something in the water, 
 Got to be something in the atmosphere. 
 Out here every good looking daughter, 
 Would make you swear there was something in the water. 
Now she's got some little cousins, they live out on the Five Mile Plain, 
They've got the family likeness, they really drives the boys insane. 
You should watch them rope, see them ride, 
When they turn the mob, watch the red dust fly. 
 There's got to be something in the water, 
 Got to be something in the atmosphere. 
 Out here every good looking daughter, 
 Would make you swear there was something in the water. 
INSTRUMENTAL 
See those girls walking down the street, 
 Or at the swimming hole. 
 Boys from out of town who stop this way, 
 They shake their heads and you can hear them say: 
 There's got to be something in the water, 
 Got to be something in the atmosphere. 
 There's got to be something in the water, 
 Got to be something in the atmosphere. 
 Out here every good looking daughter, 
 Would make you swear there was something in the water. 
 Something in the water. 
 Something in the water.