Have you ever been to Holbrook?
Seen the big submarine,
No one knowing how it got there,
No one knowing where it’s been,
Have you ever been to Townsville?
Seen the army uniforms?
You know they wanted to enlist me,
But I’m never going home,
I’m never going home,
I’m never going home,
I’m never going home, well I won’t if you won’t.

And have you ever crossed the Tasman?
Have you been across the sea?
And do you dream of elsewhere when your lying next to me?
And are you ever going home?
Are you ever going home?
Are you ever going home? Well I won’t if you won’t
Now I want to live in Holbrook, with the big submarine,
No one knowing how it got there, no one knowing where we’ve been



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