Humping my bluey by Graham McInnes

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Published by H. Hamilton in London .

Written in English

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Edition Notes

Autobiographical

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The Physical Object
Pagination223 p.
Number of Pages223
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14533815M
LC Control Number66071999

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Humping my Bluey is the second of a four volume series, beginning with The Road to Gundagai. McInnes evokes the period between the two world wars in and around the suburbs of Melbourne. "The earliest intimations of immortality came prosaically enough in the Melbourne suburb of Brighton." Because he lived in the 'inferior' suburb of Humping my bluey book 5/5(1).

Humping my Bluey [McINNES, Graham] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Humping my BlueyCited by: 1. Humping My Bluey - which, to those uninitiated in Aussie slang, means 'carrying my swag' - continues his story as far as his decision to go to Canada and meet his own father.

It was an exciting age to live in and the pages of this book echo faithfully the feeling of the inter-war decades. Genre/Form: Booksellers' labels (Provenance) Additional Physical Format: Online version: Humping my bluey book, Graham, Humping my bluey. London, Hamilton [©]. Humping my bluey.

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Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: Geoffrey W Graham presents, Humping the Bluey. Humping the Bluey is a delightful look at the life of the Australian swagman, incorporating yarns and songs.

Discover what the old time swaggy carried in his swag; how he survived in the bush, the depression; his travels, his shearing, his exploits and.

Australian Poetry Library. Humping my bluey Hardcover – 1 Jan. by Graham McInnes (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Amazon Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" £ — £ Paperback "Please retry" £ — £ Hardcover £Reviews: 1. A swag may be the best way to carry your hiking gear. Grandma Gatewood did, and so have thousands of others: Much of this post comes from Richard Graves, Australian Bushcraft: ‘The swag (or ‘bluey’) is the proverbial means of carrying a load and it is one of the best methods in existence.

It has the advantage of being extremely well balanced, two-thirds of the weight being carried behind. 'Cause that's where I get my music And that's where I live my life You can call me a jolly swagman if you like Call it humpin' my bluey,I reckon that's the style So why don't you climb aboard with me, along the road a while Been workin' in the big smoke, singin' at the pub I talk to people everywhere.

'Cause that's where I get my music And that's where I live my life You can call me a jolly swagman if you like. Call it humpin' my bluey, I reckon that's the style So why don't you climb aboard with me, along the road a while. Been workin' in the big smoke, singin' at the pub I talk to people everywhere.

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I’m humping my bluey far out in the land And the prints of my bluchers sink deep in the sand. I'm gonna hump my bluey fox trot song.

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I am humping my bluey far out on the land, And the prints of my bluchers sink deep in the sand: I am out on the wallaby humping my drum, And I came by the tracks where the sundowners come. It is nor'-west and west o'er the ranges and far To the plains where the cattle and sheep stations are, With the sky for my roof and the grass for my bunk.

(CHORUS 1) C DM Call it humpin' my bluey, G7 C AM DM G7 I reckon that's the style, C DM G7 C So why don't you climb aboard with me, along the road a while (VERSE 2) Been workin' in the big smoke, singin' at the pub, I talk to people everywhere who still love the scrub All longing for a piece of land and the eucalyptus air, So why don't you come.

If my friends were to see me - I'm not humping bluey, I'm pushing a bit further back. Humping your drum, and that after rum - Wasting your young life away; You're battling with poverty, hunger, sharp thorn, Things are just going middling, I say.

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His story starts with his childhood in Reading, his schooldays and undergraduate career.

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