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Monday morning got to get up, looking for work wherever he can,
Tuesday morning buys a cheap car,
Wednesday morning got to get away, car won’t go but he won’t give up.

Walk around town….. walk around town…...
It’s a matter of choice, it’s a matter of choice, Walk around town, matter of choice.

Thursday morning talks to a friend, tells him there’s a job on a building site,
Someone somewhere can’t get a job,
In this land called Australia.
Message to the people in the big smoke, give’m a hand give’m some hope.

Walk around town….. walk around town…..
It’s a matter of choice, matter of choice, Walk around town, matter of choice.

Friday morning sun arise, open his mind open his eyes,
Used to word stock but it’s over now, income for him no
Income for her, got no money the jobless one,
Just gets tougher but they won’t give up.

Walk around town…..walk around town…..
It’s a matter of choice, matter of choice, Walk around town, matter of choice.
Walk around town, it’s a matter of choice.
Walk around town, it’s a matter of choice.
It’s a matter of choice.
It’s a matter of choice.



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