“Hist!” is an Australian Song written by C. J. Dennis (1876-1938). The term ‘hist’ was also used as a general expression of astonishment or admiration, such as “Hullo there, what do you think of this”?
The Ant Explorer is a song written by the Australian poet and journalist C. J. Dennis, who wrote about the everyday lives and struggles of common “Aussies”.
C. J. Dennis was a famous Australian poet who wrote many iconic works. One of these was The Traveller song, which has become a classic in Australia.
Weary is an Australian song written by C J Dennis. The song was first published in 1906, as part of his book The Songs of a Sentimental Bloke and Other Verses
“An Old Master” is a song written by C. J. Dennis (1876-1938); an Australian poet, writer, and performer of bush songs.
“Hopeful Hawkins” is an Australian Song written by C. J. Dennis (1876-1938). This song takes us back to times when we were young and dreamed about a better life.
This is a song about Brown’s Tram. It’s about the tram that runs through Melbourne and Adelaide, and it’s about the people who ride in it
“My Poor Relation” is an Australian Song written by C. J. Dennis. The song was first published in the book “Rhymes of a Red Cross Man” (1916).
The Kid is an Australian classic written by C.J. Dennis (1876-1938). It tells the story of a young boy growing up in rural Australia
“The Silent Member” was first published by C. J Dennis in his book, “On the Road to Gundagai”. It has since become one of the most famous Australian songs in history