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Corny Bill
Henry Lawson
I think we had some good old times Out on the wallaby. I took a wife and left off rum, An' caRate it:

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Dirrawan the Song-Maker
James Martin Devaney
to spear waat, but he forgot about waat the red wallaby. he thought about dirridirri the small birdRate it:

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Disloyalty
Inez K Hyland
hump their blueys and go their way Out on the wallaby track. Rate it:

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Freedom on the Wallaby
Henry Lawson
Freedom's humping bluey, An' Freedom's on the wallaby Oh! don't you hear 'er cooey? She's just bRate it:

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In The Benevolent
Edward George Dyson
‘I’M OFF on the wallaby!’ cries Old Ben, And his pipe is lit, and his swag is rolled; ‘There is nothing here for us old-time men, But up north, I h...Rate it:

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Marsupial Bill
James Brunton Stephens
behind. 22 The kangaroo, the wallaroo, The wallaby was there; The 'possum jabbered in its fright, Rate it:

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On the Wallaby
Henry Lawson
bluchers sink deep in the sand: I am out on the wallaby humping my drum, And I came by the tracksRate it:

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The Dukite Snake
John Boyle O'Reilly
That’s good; for there’s plenty of weed In that wallaby skin. Does your horse feed In the hobbles? Rate it:

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The Glug Quest
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
calls once, stop dead. Ask of the old grey wallaby there Him prick-eared by the woollybutt tree HowRate it:

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The Lost Legion
Rudyard Kipling
of us hunt on the Oil Coast, And some on -- the Wallaby track: And some of us drift to Sarawak, ARate it:

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The Rose and the Bee
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
this year From the old, safe home. 'Old Black Wallaby's limping, I see, Trap again, I suppose. LifRate it:

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The Scapegoat
Andrew Barton Paterson
abroad Like so many sundowners "out on the wallaby". When Moses, who led 'em, and taught 'em, andRate it:

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The Stockman's Last Bed
Andrew Barton Paterson
again shall my saddle regain, Nor bound like a wallaby over the plain." His whip it is silent, hisRate it:

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The Stringy-Bark Cockatoo
Andrew Barton Paterson
and lard. Quondong duff, paddy-melon pie, and wallaby Irish stew We used to eat while reaping for tRate it:

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The Swagman
Andrew Barton Paterson
travel, don't you see, I'm a swagman on the wallaby, Oh! don't you pity me. I'm a swagman on the waRate it:

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The Wallaby Brigade
Andrew Barton Paterson
we rally in Queensland, We are members of the Wallaby Brigade. Tramp, tramp, tramp across the bordRate it:

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To a Black Gin
James Brunton Stephens
tons of 'baccy, and tons more to follow,— Of wallaby as much as thou couldst swallow,— Of hollow trRate it:

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