"Redneck Wonderland" as written by Martin Rotsey, Robert Hirst, James Moginie, Peter Garrett and Wayne Stevens....
I don't want to run I don't want to stay
'Cause everything that's near and dear is old and in the way
Emergency has gone, apathy rolling on
Time to take a stand
Redneck wonderland

Got you in my sights, spotlit by the fence
If it's love you're faking it's just common sense
Brick and tile for miles, rolling in the aisles
Rifle in my hand
Redneck wonderland

Well the streets are clean, nothing gets away
I can see the beauty treatment draining from your face
It is vision free, it's poor bugger me
Something less than grand
Redneck wonderland


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"Redneck Wonderland" as written by Martin Rotsey James Moginie

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    General CommentPauline Hanson types pining to go back to the '50's...
    chrisb1on February 01, 2005   Link
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    General CommentUpdate re: Pauline Hanson. She threatened to leave Australia. However after a 2 month holiday in Europe she discovered to her horror that there's just as much multi-culturalism and racial diversity over there as there is here!
    Indeed the first 2 lines of the song apply as much to Pauline Hanson now as they do to Peter Garrett, albeit for vastly different reasons!
    chrisb1on December 28, 2010   Link

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