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Rita MacNeil, (born May 28, 1944 - April 16, 2013) is a Canadian country and folk singer from the community of Big Pond on Nova Scotia's Cape Breton Island. Her biggest hit, "Flying On Your Own", was a crossover Top 40 hit in 1987 and was covered by Anne Murray the following year, although she has had hits on the country charts throughout her career. In the United Kingdom, MacNeil's song "Working Man" was a #11 hit in 1990.
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Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- LyricsIts a working man l am
And Ive been down under ground
And I swear to God if l ever see the sun
Or for any length of time
I can hold it in my mind
- Flying On Your Own - (5:17) - 26 plays
- Why Do I Think Of You Today - (3:14) - 17 plays
- I'll Accept The Rose - (4:02) - 19 plays
- Crossing - (4:42) - 13 plays
- Home I'll Be - Album Version - Remastered - (4:45) - 12 plays
- Christmas At Home - (3:49) - 56 plays
- Home I'll Be - (4:15) - 22 plays
- Moment In Time - (4:16) - 11 plays
- She's Called Nova Scotia - (4:28) - 28 plays
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