I don’t know where I have lifted the tune from, and I have asked a few people who cannot tell me either but, anyway, you can download it here.

 

two lovers walked thru belmore park before the break of light
the steam from off their breath arose and floated with the night
the shimmer of the city lights reflected off the trees
she sat upon a bench, he knelt before her on his knees
he said, “oh me lovely girl i was a fool i’ll ne’er deny
me love why do you slight me so, ignore me roving eye”
the crickets spoke to nobody to voices far away
i’ll walk until the night has passed until the break of day

remember when Mick Thomas played, you ringing like a bell
crankin’ as we stumbled from the annandale hotel
the world was here within our pockets, water in our eyes
breathing 40 years of failure that no one denies
she said, “i hate this fucken city cos i know her all too well
intoxicated by her taste, addicted to her smell
and i hate you cause you know me inside out in the same way
so i’ll walk until the night has passed until the break of day”

then i’ll become a soldier dear and freedom i shall guard
or i’ll become a farmer instead of marching up and down the yard
oh who loved you so very bad for you to turn this way?
so let’s walk until the night has passed until the break of day