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Looking at New Zealand - 'Rugby, Racing and Beer' Television (Full Length) – 1968 Documentary Magazine Music

Looking at New Zealand - 'Rugby, Racing and Beer'

Television (Full Length) – 1968 Documentary Magazine Music

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The average male kiwi may enjoy the lonely life for short spells, but by nature he prefers the more gregarious pleasures.
– From the narration
Jim: tell me those three words I want to hear!
– Romance in the age of rugby, racing and beer
When I was just a little shaver, knee-high to a chair / The old man put me on his knee / He drained his glass and he closed his eyes, and handed me some good advice on how how to be real Kiwi / He taught how to pick the second leg and how to tap a brewery keg, said me boy you needn’t have a fear …
– From the song's lyrics