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Indigenous history

In 60,000 BC we walked around our country.

In 59,999 BC we walked around our country.

In 59,998 BC we walked around our country.

In 59,997 BC we walked around our country.

In 59,996 BC we walked around our country.

In 59,995 BC we walked around our country.

In 59,994 BC we walked around our country.

In 59,993 BC we walked around our country.

In 59,992 BC we walked around our country.

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In 49,999 BC we walked around our country.

In 49,998 BC we walked around our country.

In 49,997 BC we walked around our country.

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In 30,000 BC we walked around our country.

In 29,999 BC we walked around our country.

In 29,998 BC we walked around our country.

In 29,997 BC we walked around our country.

In 29,996 BC we walked around our country.

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In 19,999 BC we walked around our country.

In 19,998 BC we walked around our country.

In 19,997 BC we walked around our country.

In 19,996 BC we walked around our country.

In 19,995 BC we walked around our country.

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In 9,999 BC we walked around our country.

In 9,998 BC we walked around our country.

In 9,997 BC we walked around our country.

In 9,996 BC we walked around our country.

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In 999 BC we walked around our country.

In 998 BC we walked around our country.

In 997 BC we walked around our country.

In 996 BC we walked around our country.

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In 996 AD we walked around our country.

In 997 AD we walked around our country.

In 998 AD we walked around our country.

In 999 AD we walked around our country.

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In 1785 AD we walked around our country.

In 1786 AD we walked around our country.

In 1787 AD we walked around our country.

In 1788 AD we walked around our country for three weeks.

Then we sang out loud.

Thank you mokoi, thank you yanimbi, thank all Gods

The white sails are here.

The future has arrived.

We leave the stone age.

In 2019 we drive to Sydney.

In 2020 we drive to Melbourne.

In 2021 we drive to Canberra.

Now I sing at the top of my voice

 

I Love the Governor

I love my car

Walking was the pits

I love my house

My humpy was not warm

I love McDonalds

Kangaroos are just too hard to catch

I love a Boags

Which can be a problem

I love my tele

Talking is good but pictures beat it

I love my phone

Smoke signals aren’t as good

It was all from Governor Phillip

Coming here back in 1788

That I no longer just walk

That I no longer am stone age man

He changed me to modern man

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