Various Artists - Home Among the Gumtrees flac mp3
Home Among the Gumtrees (1997). Album by John Williamson. Home Among the Gumtrees. is a cover of. Give Me a Home Amoung the Gumtrees by Captain Rock (2) (1975).
Read or print original Home Among The Gumtrees lyrics 2019 updated! I've been all around the world a couple of times, or more,, I've seen. Give me a home among the gum trees, With lots of plum trees, a sheep or two, a ka-kangaroo. A clothes line out the back, verandah out the front, And an old rocking chair. You can see me in the kitchen cooking up a roast, Or Vegemite on toast, just you and me, a cup of tea. And later on we'll settle down and mull up on the porch, And watch the possums play.
Give Me a Home Among the Gumtrees (or Home Among the Gumtrees) is a popular Australian song written in 1974 by Wally Johnson and Bob Brown (aka Captain Rock). It was originally performed as a satirical number in Johnson and Brown's comedy act at the Flying Trapeze Cafe in Fitzroy, Melbourne and was first recorded in 1975 on the Captain Rock album Buried Treasure on Mushroom Records
Scott and Nyree tavelling around Oz in our troopy Dimples surfing, fishing, camping, 4WD, hiking, neature. We literally surfed for hours, coming in only to reapply sunscreen, eat bananas and rehydrate.
Product Information Home among the Gumtrees by John Williamson - Digital Sheet Music (Leadsheet). Home among the Gumtrees digital sheet music. Contains printable sheet music plus an interactive, downloadable digital sheet music file. Contains partial lyrics. Leadsheets typically only contain the lyrics, chord symbols and melody line of a song and are rarely more than one page in length. Musicians will often use these skeletons to improvise their own arrangements. Leadsheets often do not contain complete lyrics to the song. Title: Home among the Gumtrees.
|1||Home Among the Gumtrees Traditional||3:08|
|2||Tomahawkin' Fred Traditional||3:30|
|3||Click Go the Shears Traditional||3:27|
|4||South Australia Traditional||3:19|
|6||Waltzing Matilda Traditional||3:50|
|7||The Woolloomooloo Lair Traditional||6:23|
|8||Dennis O'Reilly Traditional||3:51|
|9||Billy of Tea Traditional||3:55|
|10||Shores of Botany Bay Traditional||4:29|
|11||Fannie Bay Traditional||4:18|
|12||Flash Jack from Gundagai||3:00|
|13||Along the Road to Gundagai Traditional||3:17|
|14||Botany Bay Traditional||4:02|
|15||The Palmer River Song Traditional||2:45|
|16||Brisbane Ladies Traditional||4:39|
|17||Lachlan Tigers Traditional||3:17|
CreditsSteve Gilbert - Harmonica, Vocals (Background)
Alan Rankin Jones - Vocals
Nigel Pegrum - Engineer, Guest Artist, Percussion, Producer
Traditional - Composer