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  • Angel Wings This is a Love song written by Mark Fair. Mark Fair, Vocals and acoustic guitar Susan Fair, Vocals and Percussion Steve Garst, Vocals and Acoustic Bass Danny Raines, Piano
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  • Rainbow Lullabye
    Rainbow Lullabye Words and Music by Mark Fair Southern Nights Music, BMI (a Glen Campbell Company) This is the original demo version of the song before Bob Morrison added to the composition.
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  • Rainbow Lullabye Nashville Demo
    Rainbow Lullabye Nashville Demo I wrote this song back in the late 70's. It was picked up in the early 80's by Southern Nights Music, owned by Glen Campbell. Songwriter Bob Morrison, who wrote "You Decorated My Life" for Mr. Rogers, rewrote some of the song and added the bridge.Bob went into a studio and recorded a demo. Nothing happened with the song. I wish I had my publishing back. oh well, those are the breaks. :)
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  • Daddy Keeps on Plowing Living Room Picking
    Daddy Keeps on Plowing Living Room Picking A Sunday morning from long ago. Picking with members of The Front Porch String Band in my living room. Alan O'Bryant on Banjo, Murray Ross on Bass, Billy Sandlin, Lead Guitar and Mark Fair, Guitar and vocals. "Daddy Keeps on Plowin'" Words and Music by Mark Fair, published by Claire Lynch and Thrill Hill Music, BMI
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  • Spring of '63 by Mark Fair
    Spring of '63 by Mark Fair The media is always taking about people who are privileged. I myself was not born with a silver spoon in my mouth, far from it. Born in 1953 in a small Alabama town I learned what it was to work hard. My father would get up every morning at 3 am and drive a milk truck, he would pick up milk from the dairies. He would finish his route around 9 am then it was off to the fields to produce food for our family. My mother would get up at the same time to make him breakfast then she would go to work at a shirt factory and sew all day long. It was not easy but I learned the all important work ethic from my beloved parents. I was taught from an early age that the road to success had to be paved with hard, diligent work. When I got off the school bus in the afternoon it was off to the fields where I would help my Daddy mend fences, feed livestock or plow the garden with the mule. In my song "Spring of '63" I tried my best to illustrate the simple country life that we lead and how important it was to pass this ethic of God, Family and Country down to future generations. The grandson I talk about in this song went on to become a doctor and like me he was not born with a silver spoon in his mouth. My family had no money but we had something better and that was love. I guess you could say we were privileged.
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  • Heart Made of Stone
    Heart Made of Stone A country song I wrote. Mark Fair Living Room Music BMI
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  • Katie you will know this Song by Heart
    Katie you will know this Song by Heart words and music by Mark Fair Livin' Room Music, BMI
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  • Daddy Keeps on Plowin' A jam session with Alan O'Bryant, Murray Ros, Billy Sandlin and Mark Fair.<br /> The song "Daddy Keeps on Plowin' published by Thrill Hill Mus
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  • Home is Where the Heart is Words and Music by Mark Fair, Livin' Room Music BMI
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  • Katie You will Know this Song This is a song I wrote a few weeks after our daughter Katie was born. She is now 21.
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