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Wollongong the Brave

This song is by Aunty Jack and appears on the album Aunty Jack Sings Wollongong (1974).

--Norman Gunston--
Raise your heads high
Sea a burnt sienna sky
Land so free
Of trees
You may laugh, say we pong
But to me it's Wollongong
Wollongong the Brave

Lift up your hand
To an Illawarra land
Of Dapto, Port Kembula and thee
What should I say?
Should I just say "G'day"?
Wollongong the Brave

The ages wait for us to share
Our wit and wisdom with the world
We don't have class
But we do have Bulli Pass
And Mount Ouseley
So be proud and shout loud
Speak Australian, make the sound
Wollon the Gonga the Brave

--Neil and Errol--
Break free from our bonds
Like an island of palm fronds
Aloha my Wollongong the Brave

Stand tall, straight and strong
Hold your nose in Wollongong
Land that is girt by sea
On one side

--The Farrelly Bros--
We have soil full of dirt
To ride roughshod on the earth
Whips and spurs, yahoo!

Lift up your hand
To an Illawarra land
Of Dapto, Port Kembula and thee

--Kev Kavanagh (and the Kavemen)--
It's real mighty
(Real mighty)
Real groovy
(Real groovy)
Real crazy
(Real crazy)
Real lazy
(Real lazy)
It's far out
(It's far out)
It's far in
(It's far in)
The 'Gong
(Shoop shoop, shoop shoop the 'Gong, 'Gong)

What should I say?
Should I just say "G'day"?
Wollongong the Brave

Raise your heads high
See a burnt sienna sky
Lands so free
Of trees

You may laugh, say we pong
But to me it's Wollongong
Wollongong the Brave

--Norman Gunston--
Tell me, what should I say...

(Ad infinitum - Norman Gunston keeps the song going on and on. Eventually everyone packs up and goes, leaving Norman still singing. He is eventually carried off onto the other side of the vinyl album... still singing. He is finally nuked!)

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