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(Verse 1)
It was Australia day 1985
Nothing much was going on then
Sitting in the same old aisles
They where singing
Something about the rain
It was Australia day
And I'll never be the same

(Chorus)
Oo-ooh can you hear me
Oo-ooh can you feel me
Yeah
You're alive and well
Living
Under a Southern sky
Under a Southern sky

(Verse 2)
London's so far away
Right across the sea
Thinking about Australia dreaming
It's the heart of me
And I always say
It's the only place to be

(Chorus-varies)
Oo-ooh can you hear me
Oo-ooh can you feel me
Now
You're alive and well
Living
Under a Southern sky
Under a Southern sky

(Middle 8)
4 am in Trafalgar Square
All I can think about is you
Can you Hear me

(Verse 3)
Winters coming on
I'll be coming home
To the land of endless summer
To the place where I belong

(Chorus-varies)
Oo-ooh can you hear me
Oo-ooh can you feel me
You're alive and well
We 're alive and well
You're alive and well
And Living

Under a Southern sky
Under a Southern sky
Under a Southern sky
Under a Southern sky

Can you hear me
Can you hear me
Under a Southern sky
(Fade)



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