1. ‘I Am Australian’ or also known as ‘We are Australian’ is one of the most famous and popular Australia’s foremost musical export. Bruce Woodley brought cultural and musical references like ‘Albert Namatjira’, ‘Digger’, ‘Ned Kelly’ etc. through it’s lyrics and music.
  2. Aug 14,  · Em Am F C We'll share a dream and sing with one voice, F C Am G C G C "I am, you are, we are Australian" [Verse] C F C I'm a teller of stories, I'm a singer of songs, Am F G C I am Albert Namatjira, And I paint the ghostly gums. F G Am I'm Clancy on his horse, I'm Ned Kelly on the run, C F G C I'm the one who waltzed Matilda, I am Australian.
  3. Lyrics to 'I Am Australian' by Goanna Gang. I came from the dreamtime / From the dusty red soil plains / I am the ancient heart / The keeper of the flames / I Stood upon the rocky shore.
  4. Apr 18,  · 'I Am Australian' by the Everyday Choir. Posted April 18, We set out to brighten the spirits at this difficult time so invited Aussies to a national sign-a-long. people, from all.
  5. Apr 11,  · Song I Am Australian (Live) Artist The Seekers; Licensed to YouTube by UMG, WMG (on behalf of Universal Music Australia Pty. Ltd.); LatinAutor, PEDL, BMI - .
  6. Aug 20,  · Published on Aug 20, Watch a very special performance of ‘I Am Australian’ by the students of Broome Primary School. The ABC would like to .
  7. Bruce William Woodley, AO (born 25 July ), is an Australian singer-songwriter and musician. He was a founding member of the successful pop-folk group The Seekers, and co-composer of the song "I Am Australian". Woodley attended Melbourne High School with .
  8. I am Australian I'm the hot wind from the desert I'm the black soil of the plain I'm the mountains and the valleys I'm the drought and flooding rains I am the rock I am the sky The rivers when they run The spirit of this great land I am Australian We are one But we are many And from all the lands on earth we come We'll share a dream And sing with one voice.
  9. “I Am Australian” (or “We Are Australian”) is a popular Australian song written in by Bruce Woodley of The Seekers and Dobe Newton of The Bushwackers. Its lyrics are filled with many historic.

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