ADANI WAS HIS NAME-O
Words Dermot Dorgan – tune BINGO
There was a man who wanted coal, Adani was his name-o.
A-D-A-N-I, A-D-A-N-I, A-D-A-N-I, Adani was his name-o.
He needed cash to build his mine, but could not get a loan-o.
L-O-A-N-O, L-O-A-N-O, L-O-A-N-O, he could not get a loan-o.
A dozen banks around the world all said it was too risky.
R-I-S-K-Y, R-I-S-K-Y, R-I-S-K-Y, they said it was too risky.
At last he found the Westpac Bank and thought that they would help him.
H-E-L-P-him, H-E-L-P-him, H-E-L-P-him, he thought that they would help him.
But Westpac said they’d changed their mind on funding fossil fuels.
F-U-E-L-S, F-U-E-L-S-, F-U-E-L-S, on funding fossil fuels.
The StopAdani movement had convinced them it was crazy.
C-R-A-Z-Y, C-R-A-Z-Y, C-R-A-Z-Y, convinced them it was crazy.
Now Westpac puts its money into funding wind and solar.
S-O-L-A-R, S-O-L-A-R, S-O-L-A-R, they’re funding wind and solar.
And now we hope Adani fails and then we’ll be so happy.
H-A-P-P-Y. H-A-P-P-Y, H-A-P-P-Y, then we’ll be so happy.