TREMBATH, RICHARD

TREMBATH, RICHARD – Paleface Adios

Australians love a gamble
And going to the trots,
They love to back a winner
No matter what the odds,
They love to find an idol,
A mighty superhorse,
And they all love a champion
Like Paleface Adios.

TREMBATH, RICHARD - Paleface Adios

TREMBATH, RICHARD

You’ve got to have a winter, so you know when it’s spring.

TREMBATH, RICHARD

TREMBATH, RICHARD – Phar Lap

Through the mist of early morning
They come striding round the track,
Nostrils flared and flanks a’foaming,
Chestnut, brown and black,
But one among them stands out,
A mighty chestnut horse,
Whose name became a household word
And changed our history’s course.

CHORUS:
Phar Lap means ‘lightning’
He won the Melbourne Cup
Way back in nineteen-thirty
With jockey Jim Pike up,
Phar Lap means ‘lightning’
And stamina and speed,
Australia salutes you
The finest of the breed.

TREMBATH, RICHARD - Phar Lap

TREMBATH, RICHARD – Cup Day

The world has many festivals
But still there’s none been found
To rival Melbourne’s springtime
When Cup Day comes around.
Yes Melbourne in the springtime,
Australia shows the way,
They run the greatest race on earth
In Melbourne on Cup Day.

TREMBATH, RICHARD - Cup Day

TREMBATH, RICHARD

Learning is not about reading something in a book; learning is about doing it.

TREMBATH, RICHARD

TREMBATH, RICHARD

Trust is like virginity – neither is a matter of degree.

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TREMBATH, RICHARD

For a writer, there are only three worthwhile subjects: life and death, humor and love.

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TREMBATH, RICHARD

The best kind of love is that which is faithful and unquestioning. This can generally be found in a border collie.

TREMBATH, RICHARD