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  1. The Australian rock band Midnight Oil's 1984 album Red Sails in the Sunset includes the song "Jimmy Sharman's Boxers" whose lyrics assert that Sharman exploited the Aboriginal boxers he employed in his show. The Australian rock band Cold Chisel's song "Yesterdays" has lyrics which refer to Jimmy Sharman's boxers .

    • Boxing troupe founder, entertainment impresario
    • 18 November 1965 (aged 78), Camden, New South Wales, Australia
  2. Red Sails in the Sunset

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  3. Nov 10, 2015 · From the red dust north of Dalmore Downs Sharman's tents roll into town Twelve will face the auctioneer Sharman's Boxers stand their ground Their days are darker than your nights But they won't be the first to fall Children broken from their dreams But they won't be the first to fall Fighting in the spotlight Eye's turn blacker than their skin For Jimmy Sharman's boxers It's no better if you win Standing in the darkness Lined up waiting for the bell The days are wasted drinking At the first ...

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  4. Midnight Oil Lyrics. "Jimmy Sharman's Boxers". From the red dust north of Dalmore Downs. Sharman's tents roll into town. Twelve will face the auctioneer. Sharman's Boxers stand their ground. Their days are darker than your nights. But they won't be the first to fall. Children broken from their dreams.

  5. In 1984, Midnight Oil released their iconic record Red Sails in the Sunset. They embarked on a relentless tour around the nation performing raw and electrify...

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  7. Jimmy Sharman’s Boxers Midnight Oil Jimmy Sharman (1887-1965) ran a boxing tent in rural New South Wales from 1911 to 1955 before handing it to his son, who shut it down in 1971 due to new, more ...

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