Murray McLauchlan

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Murray McLauchlan (born June 30, 1948 in Paisley, Scotland) is a Canadian singer, songwriter, guitarist, pianist, and harmonica player. He is best known in Canada, for his smash hit "Down by the Henry Moore", which was about a sculpture in front of Toronto's city hall, where students met in the 60s and early 70s. McLauchlan has had success in the pop, adult contemporary, country, and folk-music fields, with songs such as the Juno Award-winning "Farmer's Song" (1973), "Hurricane of Change" (also 1973), "Do You Dream of Being Somebody" (1975), and "Whispering Rain" (1979). He holds 11 Juno Awards, is a pilot, a painter and a Member of the Order of Canada, and also plays with Lunch At Allens. Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

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    Dusty old farmer out working your fields
    Hanging down over your tractor wheels
    The sun beatin' down turns the red paint to orange
    And rusty old patches of steel
    There's no farmer songs on that car radio
    Farmer's Song  -  1,934 plays
  2. Down By The Henry Moore  -  1,551 plays
  3. Home From the Forest  -  1,147 plays
  4. On The Boulevard  -  1,244 plays
  5. Honky Red  -  527 plays
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