Our Repertoire

Listen to a sample of The Melbournaires Live!

The Melbournaires at ABC Southbank Studio:
The 774 Evening Show with Peter Clark

The list below represents our repertoire - the songs we sing regularly.  We will sing any or all of these songs on any given booking or show.

For several of the songs below we have provided an actual recording of our full show chorus rehearsing the song, in rich, four-part harmony.  Feel free to have a listen!

Don't forget to contact us for a booking if you like what you hear!

Advance Australia Fair

After You've Gone

Ain't Misbehavin'

All the Way

Melbournaires Demo MP3:

All the Way - Masters of Harmony:


Amazing Grace

Blew By You (parody of Blue Bayou)

Bridge Over Troubled Water (w. piano accompaniment)

Danny Boy

Do You Hear The People Sing?

Do You Hear What I Hear?

Down By the Old Mill Stream

Down Our way

Georgia On My Mind

Demo MP3:

Get Out and Get Under the Moon

Good Luck Charm (Dale)


Hark! The Herald Angels Sing

Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas


Demo MP3:

Hello Mary Lou

Demo MP3:

Honey / Little 'Lize Medley

I Still Call Australia Home

Demo MP3:

I'll Be Home For Christmas

I'm Gonna Sit Right Down and Write Myself a Letter

Irish Blessing, The

Demo MP3:

Jeanie with the Light Brown Hair

Joy to the World

Just in Time

Let Me Call You Sweetheart

Let's Get Together Again / Keep the Whole World Singing

Loch Lomond

Love Me

Masquerade Is Over, The

Demo MP3:

My Wild Irish Rose

Nature Boy (Gray)

O Come, All Ye Faithful

O Holy Night

On a Wonderful Day Like Today

Shine On Me

Silent Night

Demo MP3:

Sunny Side Up

Sweet and Lovely

Taking a Chance on Love

Demo MP3:

The Lion Sleeps Tonight

The Longest Time

Demo MP3:

The Old Songs

The Secret of Christmas

Demo MP3:

The Story of the Rose (Heart of My Heart)

The Way You Look Tonight

Till There Was You

Wait Till the Sun Shines, Nellie

Waltzing Matilda

We Need a Little Christmas

We'll Meet Again

When I Fall in Love

Who Will Buy?

You Raise Me Up

You'll Never Walk Alone (Nicholas)

You're As Welcome As the Flowers in May