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Waylon Jennings Crushes “Me and Bobby McGee”
I pulled my harpoon Out of my dirty red bandana I was playin' soft while Bobby sang blues Windshield wipers slappin' time I was holdin' Bobby's hand in mine We sang every song that driver knew. Freedom's just another word for nothin' left to lose Nothin', I mean nothin' hon' if it ain't free Yeah, feelin' good was easy Lord, when he sang the blues Yeah, feelin' good was good enough for me Good enough for me and my Bobby Mcgee. From the Kentucky coal mines To the California Sun Yeah, Bobby shared the secrets of my soul Through all kinds of weather Through everything that we done Hey, Bobby baby help me from the cold. One day up near Salinas, Lord I let him slip away He's lookin' for that home, and I hope he finds it Well, I'd trade all o' my tomorrows For one single yesterday To be holdin' Bobby's body next to mine. Freedom's just another word for nothin' left to lose Nothin', an' that's all that Bobby left me, la da Oh, feelin' good was easy, Lord, when he sang the blues Yeah, feelin' good was good enough for me, oo oo Good enough for me and my Bobby Mcgee. Quiero recibir notificaciones de artistas destacados y noticias. Compartir en Facebook Compartir en Twitter. Subtitulado por Luisa. Revisiones por 5 personas. Recomendar Twitter.
A Country Song At Its Core
Janis Joplin smiles and waves with a cigarette in one hand and a drink in the other while attending a party. It would become her only solo number one single soon after, released on the posthumous album "Pearl" which would go on to sell over 4 million copies. Joplin also played guitar on the single.
The song was written by Kris Kristofferson and originally cut by Roger Moore. However, Janis Joplin made the song a hit. It was released on her posthumous album Pearl. Since Joplin made it a hit, dozens of artists have stepped up to deliver their own rendition of the classic song. One of those artists was Waylon Jennings. However, he had been carrying the song in his pocket for quite some time. Currently, country music fans know Waylon Jennings as an outlaw country legend. After breaking away from the strict control of label executives and producers, Waylon was able to control all aspects of his recordings. This was the heart and soul of outlaw country. His rugged individualism helped to define a subgenre of country music that led artists like Waylon, Willie Nelson, Tompall Glaser, and Billy Joe Shaver to prominence.