Top Bobby Bare Albums
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Singin' in the Kitchen
Singin' in the Kitchen
[2015]
(Margie's At) The Lincoln Park Inn
(Margie's At) The Lincoln Park Inn
[2015]
The English Country Side
The English Country Side
[2015]
Folsom Prison Blues
Folsom Prison Blues
[2015]
Constant Sorrow
Constant Sorrow
[2015]
30 Bare Classics
30 Bare Classics
[2014]
Detroit City and Other Hits By Bobby Bare
Detroit City and Other Hits By Bobby Bare
[2013]
500 Miles Away from Home
500 Miles Away from Home
[2013]
Detroit City
Detroit City
[2013]
Darker Than Light
Darker Than Light
[2012]
I Need Some Good News Bad
I Need Some Good News Bad
[2011]
Where Have All the Seasons Gone
Where Have All the Seasons Gone
[2011]
For The Good Times
For The Good Times
[2011]
Dreams of Yesterday
Dreams of Yesterday
[2009]
Bobby Bare Sings Lullabys, Legends and Lies (And More)
Bobby Bare Sings Lullabys, Legends and Lies (And More)
[2007]
Bobby Bare: 16 Biggest Hits
Bobby Bare: 16 Biggest Hits
[2007]
20 Bare Essentials
20 Bare Essentials
[2006]
10 Bare Essentials
10 Bare Essentials
[2006]
The Moon Was Blue
The Moon Was Blue
[2005]
Super Hits
Super Hits
[2002]
Hard Time Hungrys
Hard Time Hungrys
[1998]
The Essential Bobby Bare
The Essential Bobby Bare
[1997]
All American Boy
All American Boy
[1993]
Drinkin' from the Bottle, Singin' from the Heart
Drinkin' from the Bottle, Singin' from the Heart
[1983]
Ain't Got Nothin' to Lose
Ain't Got Nothin' to Lose
[1982]
Bobby Bare 2
Bobby Bare 2
[1981]
Drunk & Crazy
Drunk & Crazy
[1980]
Down & Dirty
Down & Dirty
[1979]
Bare
Bare
[1978]
Me and McDill
Me and McDill
[1977]
The Winner and Other Losers
The Winner and Other Losers
[1976]
Cowboys and Daddys
Cowboys and Daddys
[1975]
Talk Me Some Sense
Talk Me Some Sense
[1966]
Streets of Baltimore
Streets of Baltimore
[1966]
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That's How I Wanted It To Be lyricsSome Days Are Diamonds (some Days Are Stone) lyricsSo Soon lyricsSleep Tight, Good Night Man lyricsSix Days On The Road lyricsSittin' And Thinkin' lyricsSingin' In The Kitchen lyricsSinger Of Sad Songs lyricsSing For The Song lyricsSilence Is Golden lyricsShort And Sweet lyricsShe's My Ever Lovin' Machine lyricsShe Thinks I Can lyricsShe Called Me Baby lyricsShame On Me lyricsSee That Bluebird lyricsScarlet Ribbons (for Her Hair) lyricsSomebody Bought My Old Hometown lyricsSon Of Hickory Holler's Tramp lyricsThat's How I Got To Memphis lyricsThat's All I Want From You lyricsTequila Sheila lyricsTall Oak Tree lyricsTalk Me Some Sense lyricsTake Me Home To Mama lyricsTake Me As I Am (or Let Me Go) lyricsSympathy lyricsSweeter Than The Flowers lyricsSweet Dreams lyricsSure Hit Songwriter's Pen lyricsSunday Morning Coming Down lyricsSummer Wages lyricsStreets Of Baltimore lyricsStrange Bird lyricsStacy Brown Got Two lyricsSalt Lake City lyricsSailor Man lyricsSaginaw Michigan lyricsNumbers lyricsNo Sad Songs For Me lyricsNew York City Snow lyricsMy Elusive Dreams lyricsMrs. Jones Your Daughter Cried All Night lyricsMonkey And The Elephant lyricsMillion Miles To The City lyricsMiller's Cave lyricsMemphis Tennessee lyricsMe And Jimmie Rodgers lyricsMe And Bobby Mcgee lyricsMary Ann Regrets lyricsMarie Leveau lyricsMan Of Constant Sorrow lyricsMama Bake A Pie (daddy Kill A Chicken) lyricsMaggie (i Wish We'd Never Met) lyricsOde To The Little Brown Shack Out Back lyricsOld Gang's Gone lyricsRuby Don't Take Your Love To Town lyricsRosie's Restaurant lyricsRoselee lyricsRosalie's Good Eats Cafe lyricsRodeo Queen lyricsRock Star's Lament lyricsRicky Tic Song lyricsRest Awhile lyricsReal Thing (more Than A Memory) lyricsRainy Day In Richmond lyricsPursuing Happiness lyricsPlease Don't Tell Me How The Story Ends lyricsPaul lyricsPassin' Through lyricsOne Day At A Time lyricsOne Among The Three Of Us lyricsLynchin' Party lyricsThere Never Was A Time lyricsAll-American Boy lyrics
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Related Information for Bobby BareBobby Bare (born Robert Joseph Bare on April 7, 1935 in Ironton, Ohio) is an American country music singer and songwriter. In the fifties after many failed attempts to sell his songs, he finally was signed up with Capitol Records and recorded a few rock and roll songs without much chart success. Just before he was drafted into the Army, he wrote a song called ‘The All American Boy’ and did a demo for his friend, Bill Parsons, to learn and record it... read more