(With Judith Durham)

I came upon the prison ship
Bound down by iron chains
I cleared the land,
Endured the lash
And waited for the rains.
I'm a settler,
I'm a farmer's wife
On a dry and barren run
A convict then a free man,
I became Australian.

I'm the daughter of a digger
Who sought the mother lode
The girl became a woman
On the long and dusty road
I'm a child of the depression,
I saw the good times come
I'm a bushy, I'm a battler,
I am Australian.

(Chorus)
We are one
But we are many
And from all the lands on earth we come,
We share a dream,
And sing with one voice,
I am, you are, we are Australian.

I'm a teller of stories,
I'm a singer of songs
I am Albert Namatjira,
And I paint the ghostly gums
I am Clancy on his horse,
I'm Ned Kelly on the run
I'm the one who waltzed Matilda,
I am Australian.

I'm the hot wind from the desert,
I'm the black soil of the plains
I'm the mountains and the valleys,
I'm the drought and flooding rains
I am the rock, I am the sky,
The rivers when they run
The spirit of this great land,
I am Australian.

Chorus
We are one
But we are many
And from all the lands on earth we come,
We share a dream,
And sing with one voice,
I am, you are, we are Australian.

I came from the dream,
From the dusty red soil plains,
I am the ancient heart
The keeper of the flame,
I stood upon the rocky shores,
I watched the tall ships come,
For forty thousand years I'd been
The first Australian.

Chorus
We are one
But we are many
And from all the lands on earth we come,
We share a dream,
And sing with one voice,
I am, you are, we are Australian.

Repeat Chorus

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