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Canadian Railroad Trilogy




Canadian Railroad Trilogy

Canadian Railroad Trilogy Lyrics: There was a time in this fair land when the railroad did not run / When the wild majestic mountains stood alone against the sun / Long before the white man and.

In Canadian Railroad Trilogy, he “wanted to capture [Sir John A.] Macdonald’s dream and Gordon Lightfoot’s iconic song all at the same time. And the only medium I thought could do that was chalk pastels,” he said. “In one moment it can look ethereal and dreamy and as soft as clouds and in the same stroke you can create concrete rock Estimated Reading Time: 4 mins.

Canadian Railroad Trilogy (By Gordon Lightfoot) - Part 1 is in 4/4 time F Bb F There was a time in this fair land when the railroad did not run; F Dm Gm C7 When the wild majestic mountains stood alone against the sun. F Bb F Long before the white man, and long before the wheel;.

out of 5 starsCanadian Railroad Trilogy Parts One, Two, And Three. This selection is a colorful history of the construction of the Canadian Pacific Railway, which to this day remains among the busiest of railroads in the Dominion of Canada. "There was a time in this fair land when the railroad did not run," it /5(6).

In Canadian Railroad Trilogy, he “wanted to capture [Sir John A.] Macdonald’s dream and Gordon Lightfoot’s iconic song all at the same time. And the only medium I thought could do that was chalk pastels,” he said. “In one moment it can look ethereal and dreamy and as soft as clouds and in the same stroke you can create concrete rock.


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Maushakar Posted on  10:12 pm - Oct 2, 2012

Canadian Railroad Trilogy. Gordon Lightfoot wrote one of his best-loved songs, “Canadian Railroad Trilogy,” in Canada’s centennial year, Lightfoot’s lyrics celebrate the vision and incredible effort that went into building the Canadian Pacific Railroad. They also celebrate the rugged and splendid terrain through which the railroad.

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