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Me And Bobby McgeeStreets Of BaltimoreI Washed My Face In The Morning DewThere Never Was A TimeSittin' And Thinkin'Six Days On The RoadSleep Tight, Good Night ManSo SoonSome Days Are Diamonds (some Days Are Stone)Singin' In The KitchenSinger Of Sad SongsSing For The SongSilence Is GoldenShort And SweetShe's My Ever Lovin' MachineShe Thinks I CanShe Called Me BabyShame On MeSomebody Bought My Old HometownSon Of Hickory Holler's TrampStacy Brown Got TwoThat's How I Wanted It To BeThat's How I Got To MemphisThat's All I Want From YouTequila SheilaTall Oak TreeTalk Me Some SenseTake Me Home To MamaTake Me As I Am (or Let Me Go)SympathySweeter Than The FlowersSweet DreamsSure Hit Songwriter's PenSunday Morning Coming DownSummer WagesStrange BirdSee That BluebirdScarlet Ribbons (for Her Hair)One Among The Three Of UsOld Gang's GoneOde To The Little Brown Shack Out BackNumbersNo Sad Songs For MeNew York City SnowMy Elusive DreamsMrs. Jones Your Daughter Cried All NightMonkey And The ElephantMillion Miles To The CityMiller's CaveMemphis TennesseeMe And Jimmie RodgersMary Ann RegretsMarie LeveauMan Of Constant SorrowOne Day At A TimePassin' ThroughSalt Lake CitySailor ManSaginaw MichiganRuby Don't Take Your Love To TownRosie's RestaurantRoseleeRosalie's Good Eats CafeRodeo QueenRock Star's LamentRicky Tic SongRest AwhileReal Thing (more Than A Memory)Rainy Day In RichmondPursuing HappinessPlease Don't Tell Me How The Story EndsPaulMama Bake A Pie (daddy Kill A Chicken)They Covered Up The Old Swimmin' HoleMargie's At The Lincoln Park Inn
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Related Information for Bobby Bare Bobby 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. Instead of using the version B.. read more