Neil Milliner (Australia)
What did they do to make the Bluebird blue?
If I were you then I would be so glad to fly
Up there in the sky,
No fear to fall at all.
And I would be so glad to live in just any tree,
No homelessness for me!
Oh, little bird, how happy I'd be to fly about our nation
With no thoughts of starvation!
Oh, little bird, as far as I can see you're living free,
There are no rulers rules oppressing you
As they are oppressing me.
So little bird; cheer up, there is a good life here for you.
There's no reason for a little Bluebird to be blue.
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