MY CANADA – Singing the Soul of a Country – Song List

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SONG LIST as of August, 2016
NOT ALL SONGS APPEAR ON EVERY CONCERT

  • Four Strong Winds – by Ian Tyson
  • Un Canadien Errant – trad. French Canadian
  • The Valley – by Jane Siberry
  • Le Labrador – by Claude Dubois
  • I’ll never smile again – by Ruth Lowe (made famous by Frank Sinatra)
  • Someday Soon – by Ian Tyson
  • Quand le hommes vivront l’amour – Raymond Levesque
  • Le Miracle de la vie – by Harold Griffen (Montreal-based)
  • Pussywillows, Cattails – by Gordon Lightfoot
  • Harvest Moon – by Neil Young
  • Hallelujah – by Leonard Cohen
  • A Love Song – made famous by Anne Murray – written by Kenny Loggins
  • Both Sides Now – by Joni Mitchell
  • Lullaby for a deep sleep – by Barbara Lewis
  • These Eyes – by Randy Bachman & Burton Cummings (Guess Who)
  • Carta Adios – by Doug Balfour
  • Let me fish off Cape St. Mary’s – Otto P. Kelland
  • Huron Carol – by Jean de Brebeuf (in 1642) (first known Canadian carol)
  • Bird on a Wire – by Leonard Cohen
  • Take me back to Alberta – by Stompin’ Tom Conners
  • Talk to me of Mendocino – by the McGarrigle Sisters
  • Its My way – by Buffy St. Marie
  • Highway of Heroes – by The Trews
  • Nickels and Dimes – by Greyson Gritt  – Aboriginal
  • Con toda palabra – by Lhasa de Sela Canadian/Mexican
  • Raglan Road (from my childhood) – beloved by the Irish in Canada
  • Loch Lomond (from my childhood) – beloved by the Scottish in Canada
  • This Land Is Your Land – by Woody Guthrie, made famous in Canada with new lyrics by the Canadian group, The Traveller
  • Love/Light – by Barbara Lewis
  • Dance me to the end of love – Leonard Cohen

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2 Comments:

  1. Margerie Kaminesky

    Barbara, Looking over your monthly letter for the xteenth time and it occurred to me that you have a history of being involved with the Ukrainians in Canada. How about a song in Ukrainian? xxx m

  2. Yes, Margerie, good idea. I’ll do some research on the right one. If you have a suggestion, please let me know!

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