The late T. Thompson loved taking kids to the dreaming site west of Barrow Creek known as Arelparenge. This is the place where the dreamtime character the Moon man – from a story line that travels across the desert country for hundreds of kilometres – stopped and camped for three days. At Arelparenge you can see the Moon in the form of a giant boulder standing out in a low lying range of rocky hills. Here the old man Thompson would share this ancient story with Kaytetye children, and this song was also written as a new way to help keep the story alive. It remains a favourite amongst the kids of Neutral Junction School.