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Waltzing Matilda

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  1. Moogukasa says:
    "Waltzing Matilda" is one of Australia's best known songs. The bush ballad, a country folk song, has been called "the unofficial national anthem of Australia". The title, Waltzing Matilda, is Australian slang for walking through the country looking for work, with one's goods in a "Matilda" (bag) carried over one's back.. The song tells the story of a traveling farm worker making a drink of tea.
  2. Tojind says:
    You'll come a-Waltzing Matilda, with me Waltzing Matilda, Waltzing Matilda You'll come a-Waltzing Matilda, with me He sang as he watched and waited 'til his billy boiled, you'll come a-Waltzing Matilda, with me Down came a jumbuck to drink at the billabong, .
  3. Fejin says:
    Waltzing Matilda is a Australian film directed by and starring Pat Hanna. It features Coral Browne. Plot. Chic Williams and his friend James Brown wrongly believe they have injured a policeman in a drunken fight. Fleeing a private detective who is following them, they head for the fronathirdasunviticbattblogcommmomy.coinfoed by: Pat Hanna, associate, Raymond Longford.
  4. Kimuro says:
    Oct 01,  · "Waltzing Matilda" was used at the World Cup and at the Montreal Olympic Games in and, as a response to the New Zealand All Blacks haka, it .
  5. Meztirisar says:
    Waltzing Matilda is commonly referred to as Australia’s “unofficial national anthem.” It has become an icon of Australian culture, with the National Film and Sound Archive claiming there are more.
  6. Arashilar says:
    Waltzing Matilda, Waltzing Matilda, You'll come a-waltzing, Matilda, with me. "Where's that jolly jumbuck you've got in your tuckerbag? You'll come a-waltzing, Matilda, with me." Up jumped the swagman and sprang into the billabong; "You'll never catch me alive," said he. And his ghost may be heard as you pass by that billabong, "You'll come a.
  7. Nelabar says:
    Watch the video for Waltzing Matilda from Slim Dusty's The Slim Dusty Heritage Album for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  8. Shasar says:
    The most recognized Australian folk song, "Waltzing Matilda" is filled with argot specific to that country. The song is about a swagman (itinerant worker) who sets up camp near a billabong (small lake formed by a river) and starts to boil water in his billy (a tin pot for boiling water and .

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