From the western isles to the Tasman Sea
There's a world of men and machinery
But the birds still sing and the sun shines free
No, I don't need much when I still have thee

Well, the Rolling Stones wrote a song for me
It's a minor song in a major key
But the stars still shine, the museum's free
No, I don't need much when I still have thee

It's a modern hymn for the you and me
For the Go-Betweens and the Red Army
Long as I still breathe and the air's still free
No, I don't need much when I still have thee

But the birds still sing and the sun shines free
No, I don't need much when I still have thee
For the Rolling Stones and the Red Army
No, I don't need much when I still have thee


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