Jethro Tull lead singer Ian Anderson wrote this song, lamenting the loss of work for England's heavy horses in favor of machinery: "Now you're down to the few and there's no work to do, the tractor's on its way."
Darryl Way played the solo violin on this track as well as on "Acres Wild."
Suggestion credit: Mark - Ottawa, Canada, for above 2
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