No more tin men coming down
In place of Arthur Grey
Since investigators found
Conditions there unsafe
Chiefs will run for cover
Where no one knows their face
And compensation's come for some
20 years to late

But if you're driving in to Kingston
And you're worried about the dust
Sit in the shade and drink lemonade
There ain't no need to fuss
There ain't no more
Ain't no more

The lid is off and it won't be long
Until the truth is known
Since Mr. Russell came to town
Speculation's grown
There's poison in the furnace room
And in the panning shed
It's killing all the livestock
And it's stained the riverbed

But if your driving in to Kingston
And you're worried about the dust
Sit in the shade and drink lemonade
There ain't no need to fuss

Across from Rio Tinto
Downwind from the stack
Leaded clouds are coming down
To turn your fields to black
There ain't no more
There ain't no more
There ain't no more
There ain't no more

So if your driving in to Kingston
And you're worried about the dust
Sit in the shade and drink lemonade
There ain't no need to fuss

Across from Rio Tinto
Downwind from the stack
Leaded clouds are coming down
To turn your fields to black
There ain't no more
There ain't no more
There ain't no more
There ain't no more


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Rio Tinto Lyrics as written by Peter Bruntnell

Lyrics © Capitol CMG Publishing

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