Beautiful dangers
This land with all its wonders
From its outback to its sea
Its rainforests so wild and free
At times so vast yet so peaceful
That she barely stirs a breeze
Can arch the back of jagged rocks
And bring them to their knees
She’ll change the course of rivers
Bare islands from her deep
Tear mountains from their ranges
Then enjoy a blissful sleep
For all of us Africans
That call her beauty home
Enjoy her many wonders
Wherever you may roam
But while we feed upon her
Keep one thing very clear
When she wakes again from her slumber
She has much for us to fear