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The Farmer's Song is a song from Season 1. It was composed by Bryan Daly and performed by Ken Barrie.

LyricsEdit

Looking at life through a farmer's eyes,

Always aware of the changing skies,

The wind and the rain,

They all make their claim,

As he ploughs and he sows,

And sets seeds into rows,

He sees all the wonders that nature can bring,

As he works all the year to bring rich harvests in.


Looking at life through a farmer's eyes,

Always aware of the changing skies,

Hedge rows with birds,

Wild animals and trees,

In the bright summer sun

He sees busy honey bees,

And he's working with nature as all round the farm,

He'll try to make sure good things come to no harm.


Summer and Winter,

Seasons all through,

There's never a time

When there's nothing to do,

Setting the crops and preparing the land,

He always can do with a good helping hand.


Looking at life through a farmer's eyes,

Always aware of the changing skies,

He works between forests,

And valleys and hills,

Or the flat even plains

With an unbroken view,

But wherever it is still the farmers can claim,

That they work for our bread with their harvests of grain,

Wherever it is the farmers can claim,

That they work for our bread with their harvests of grain.

TriviaEdit

  • The song was only played with lyrics in The Sheep in the Clover Field. Other episodes have only played the instrumental.
  • Throughout the first series, the organ instrumental version of this song was often played during scenes at the church.

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