Gordon Lightfoot, singer/songwriter (born November 17, 1938) in Orillia, Ontario.

Gordon Lightfoot, singer/songwriter (born November 17, 1938) in Orillia, Ontario.

Gordon Lightfoot - Sundown on Limited Edition 180g LP from Friday Music

Gordon Lightfoot - Sundown on Limited Edition 180g LP

Gordon Lightfoot- LOVE this man's music.  What IS it about Canadian singer/songwriters??

Gordon Lightfoot- LOVE this man's music. What IS it about Canadian singer/songwriters??

Gordon Lightfoot,,,If you could read my Mind Love,,,,,What a Tale my Thoughts Could Tell.

Gordon Lightfoot,,,If you could read my Mind Love,,,,,What a Tale my Thoughts Could Tell.

vintage photos of gordon lightfoot from the 70's | Gordon Lightfoot Vintage Print Massey Hall (Toronto, Ontario) 1975

vintage photos of gordon lightfoot from the 70's | Gordon Lightfoot Vintage Print Massey Hall (Toronto, Ontario) 1975

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Gordon Lightfoot, Noite De Inverno, Minha Música, Música Folclórica, Música Da Vida, Capas De Álbuns, Clipes Musicais, Mãos, Homens

Gordon Lightfoot  - He sings one of my favorite songs - "Beautiful"  "Sometimes I just don't know, how could life be anything but beautiful.  Think that I was  made for you and you were  made for me..."

Gordon Lightfoot - He sings one of my favorite songs - "Beautiful" "Sometimes I just don't know, how could life be anything but beautiful. Think that I was made for you and you were made for me..."

With Gordon Lightfoot, James Taylor and John Denver at a benefit concert.

With Gordon Lightfoot, James Taylor and John Denver at a benefit concert.

Gordon Lightfoot - Canadian Singer, Songwriter writing about The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald.

Gordon Lightfoot - Canadian Singer, Songwriter writing about The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald.

Gordon Lightfoot - 'Canadian Railroad Trilogy' - This song describes the building of the Canadian Pacific Railway. It was commissioned by the CBC for a special broadcast on January 1, 1967, to start Canada's Centennial year.

Gordon Lightfoot - 'Canadian Railroad Trilogy' - This song describes the building of the Canadian Pacific Railway. It was commissioned by the CBC for a special broadcast on January 1, 1967, to start Canada's Centennial year.

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