Mount Bukaroo, by Henry Lawson. A song that describes the view of a mountain in New South Wales.
The Old Bark School is an Australian song written by Henry Lawson (1867-1922). It was first published in In the Days When the World Was Wide: Songs of a Sentimental Bloke
The Shanty on the Rise (1889) was written by Henry Lawson. It was written in 1889 and published in the Daily Telegraph.
“When the Children Come Home” is the sort of song that you hope will never end — such a touching, emotional piece that it would be hard to believe if it were not in fact true.
The Heart of Australia is a song written by Henry Lawson (1867-1922) about the Australian outback, which was originally written to be performed in Australia.
Freedom at the Wallaby is a song written by Henry Lawson in 1894. It became an anthem promoting freedom of speech and is the official song of the Australian Labor Party.
Saint Peter is an Australian song written in 1892 by Henry Lawson (1867–1922).
“At the Beating of a Drum” is an Australian Song written by Henry Lawson (1867-1922) is a classic piece with beautiful lyrics and easy listening music.
The Captain of the Push is an Australian Song written by Henry Lawson. The poem describes a man who could easily be compared to Ned Kelly.
“Middleton’s Rouseabout” is an Australian Song written by Henry Lawson (1867-1922) in 1894.