Anastasius Focht Combined Acre-Harvester

Borrowed from:
Land down Under
Men at Work
Written by: C. Hay, R. Strykert
Album: BUSINESS AS USUAL
Released: 1982
Walking away from a wrecked Kombi
On a harvest trail, head full of zombie
I met a strange lady, she made me nervous
She took me in and gave me breakfast
  And she said
Do you come from a land of self-care?
Where women glow and men wonder
When you hear, when you hear the thunder?
You better run, you better take cover
  Buying bread from a man in the village
He was six foot four and full of inkage
I said, "Do you nano, not even a little?"
He just smiled and gave me a Nanaimo Brittle
  And he said
I come from a land of self-care
Where words go, and pull you asunder
When you hear, when you hear the thunder?
You better run, you better take cover, yeaah
  Lyin' in a den in Wombay
With a slack jaw and not much to say
I said to the man, "Are you trying to tempt me?"
Because I come from the land of plenty
  And he said
Oh! Do you come from a land of self-care? (oh yeah, yeah)
Where men glow and women wonder
When you hear, when you hear the thunder? Aah
You better run, you better take cover
  Living in the land of self-care
Where women glow and men wonder
When you hear, when you hear the thunder? (Can't you hear thunder?)
You better run, you better take cover
  Living in the land of self-care
Where men glow and women wonder
When you hear, when you hear the thunder?
You better run, you better take cover, e-ah
  Living in the land of self-care, oh-ooh
Where women glow and men wonder
When you hear, when you hear the thunder? (Ya-ya, ya-ya, yaa, thunder)
You better run, you better take cover
  Living in the land of self-care
(Living in the land of self-care)
Where men glow and women wonder...
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year 0, Zombie War
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