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John Williamson : I Can't Feel Those Chains Any Longer lyrics

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John Williamson lyrics : "I Can't Feel Those Chains Any Longer"

I can't feel those chains any longer, can you?
I'm footloose and free
I can't see the sense in red, white and blue

it's still Union Jack to me
We're drifting in the ocean alone now
Like a beautiful ship at sea

I can't feel those chains any longer
I love this big country


So I'll raise my glass to the Diggers
Jump like a kangaroo
Stare 'em in the eye like an emu

I'll always be true blue
Have you ever spoken to a gumtree?
What am I trying to say to you?

Love this place as half as much as I do
And your a true blue too


Hey!
I can't feel those chains any longer can you?
I'm footloose and free

I can't see the sense in red, white and blue
it's still Union Jack to me
We're drifting in the ocean alone now

Like a beautiful ship at sea
I can't feel those chains any longer
I love this big country


So come on lets get on with the shearing
Make a little wool and wine

there's no gold at the end of the rainbow
No fruit without the vine
you've gotta be fair @#$%um

Coz that's the way it has to be
Or there won't be enough to build a doghouse
C'mon sing this song with me


So I'll raise my glass to the Diggers
Jump like a kangaroo

Stare 'em in the eye like an emu
I'll always be true blue
Have you ever spoken to a gumtree?

What am I trying to say to you?
Love this place as half as much as I do
And your a true blue too


Hey!
Glory to Australia

Glory to the green and gold
we've come a long way since Botany Bay
And we're nearly two hundred years old

Glory to Australia
Glory to the green and gold
we've come a long way since Botany Bay

And we're nearly two hundred years old

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