Hut that's Upside Down, The

DESCRIPTION: The singer has travelled many places, but now is "anchored hard and fast in the hut that's upside down." He describes the wild behaviors there -- gambling, frantic shearing, and watching the cook beat a brownie or dance a highland fling
AUTHOR: unknown
EARLIEST DATE: 1955
KEYWORDS: rambling sheep Australia cook
FOUND IN: Australia
REFERENCES (1 citation):
Meredith/Anderson, pp. 58-59, "The Hut that's Upside Down" (1 text, 1 tune)
NOTES: Thought to refer to a shed in Big Burrawang in New South Wales. Meredith and Anderson report that this shed was "so big that a wooden tramway ran around it to move the wool." - RBW
File: MA058

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