LIBERTY’S SUNRISE

AN AUSTRALIAN ANTHEM

Australians let us all rejoice.
Our hearts are true and free.
The sun and stars that shine above.
On flat and vast brown lands.
Such beauties rich and rare we love.
And visions grand and just.
So, for the ones that loose there way.
May things resolve for them some day.
And in the cycles spinning round.
We hope their feelings are profound.
With many thoughts and structures formed.
We share the land and make our way.
From dreams of time of spirits past.
That make the seeds from hopes that last.
So, let us sing in joyful strings.
Advance Australia fair.

LIBERTY’S SUNRISE

(WITH EXPLANATIONS)

Australians let us all rejoice.
Let’s celebrate or party.
Our hearts are true and free.
Our feelings are honest (fair dinkum) and we have our liberty.
The sun and stars that shine above.
The sun is portrayed on the aboriginal flag and my new Design which includes Southern Cross.
On flat and vast brown lands.
Australia’s huge land mass is reddish brown to brown, flat and arid with occasional flooding episodes. Also refer to Dorothea McKellar’s poem My Country.
Such beauties rich and rare we love.
Most of us identify with or love the flora, fawner and pristine unique landscape.
And visions grand and just.
A vision for Australia which is culturally rich, has good appropriate infrastructure as well as a sense of social justice
So, for the ones that loose there way.
May things resolve for them some day.
And in the cycles spinning round.
We hope their feelings are profound.
This is an optimistic statement, for those who are confused or conflicted with issues of identity.
With many thoughts and structures formed.
We share the land and make our way.
With imagination and the existing structures eg the constitution and infrastructure. We share the land with the original inhabitants. The Aboriginals and form our unique Australian civilization.
From dreams of time of spirits past.
Refer to the dream time and ancestors of Aboriginals, pioneers and Australians who have passed away.
That make the seeds from hopes that last.
Refer to a line by song writer Paul Kelly. “From little things big things grow”
So, let us sing in joyful strings.
Let’s sing in harmony with harp and violin strings.
Advance Australia fair.
Advance the notion of fairness, equality and liberty, as well as civil and world peace.