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Me And Bobby Mcgee

8 thoughts on “ Me And Bobby Mcgee

  1. Akinojin
    "Me and Bobby McGee" is a song written by Kris Kristofferson and Fred Foster, originally performed by Roger Miller. Some sources state that Gordon Lightfoot issued the first recorded version; another story tells how Kristofferson popped his head into the studio with freshly written verses as Roger Miller was recording the song.
  2. Nikozuru
    It has "For the good times", "Me and Bobby McGee", "Help me make it through the night", and "Sunday morning coming down" on it. Rest assured, other songs are not just fillers. They are just as strong. In fact, I am not even sure that these four are really the best ones on the album, it would depend on your mood and taste/5(21).
  3. Dasar
    Me And Bobby McGee was Joplin's only top 10 hit. This was written by Kris Kristofferson, who has written hundreds of songs for a wide variety of artists. He has also recorded many songs and appeared in several movies. He and Joplin had a brief affair.
  4. Grojar
    Me and Bobby McGee Lyrics: Busted flat in Baton Rouge, waiting for a train / When I was feeling nearly faded as my jeans / Bobby thumbed a diesel down, just before it rained / And rode us all the.
  5. Kagrel
    About “Me And Bobby McGee” Kris Kristofferson, a Rhodes scholar, an ex army helicopter pilot, singer, song writer and a film actor, and a staple in country/folk music since the ’s has written.
  6. Yozshulrajas
    Jan 11,  · On January 11, Port Arthur native Janis Joplin’s version of the Kris Kristofferson and Fred Foster’s song “Me and Bobby McGee” was released as a single, just four months after she.
  7. Vozahn
    Oct 14,  · "Me and Bobby McGee" is one of Kris Kristofferson's most famous and widely covered songs, with everyone from Janis Joplin to Pink putting their own spin on it .
  8. Maulkree
    Janis Joplin was among the inspirations for Kris Kristofferson to write "Me And Bobby McGee". Kristofferson said, "'Bobby McGee' was the song that made the difference for me. Every time I sing it, I still think of Janis." Her version of the song was released posthumously in

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