Me and Bobby McGee" is a song written by American singer-songwriter Kris Kristofferson and songwriter Fred Foster, originally performed by Roger Miller. A d version by Janis Joplin topped the . singles chart in 1971, making the song the second posthumously released No. 1 single in . chart history after "(Sittin' On) The Dock of the Bay" by Otis Redding. Billboard ranked Joplin's version as the No. 11 song for 1971.
'Bobby McGee' was the song that made the difference for me," he told Performing Songwriter in 2015. Every time I sing it, I still think of Janis. The founder of Kristofferson's record label, Fred Foster, rang him just as the struggling musician was about to leave Nashville for his helicopter pilot sideline job. He said that he had a song title for the songwriter - "Me And Bobby McKee. The B-side of the single was a song called "Half Moon," which also appeared on the Pearl album. That song was written by John Hall and his wife Johanna. 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.
Скачать минус песни Me And Bobby Mcgee 128kbps. Busted flat in Baton Rouge, waiting for a train And I’s feeling nearly as faded as my jeans. Bobby thumbed a diesel down just before it rained, It rode us all the way to New Orleans. I pulled my harpoon out of my dirty red bandanna, I was playing soft while Bobby sang the blues. Windshield wipers slapping time, I was holding Bobby’s hand in mine, We sang every song that driver knew. Freedom is just another word for nothing left to lose, Nothing don’t mean nothing honey if it ain’t free, now now. And feeling good was easy, Lord, when he sang the blues, You know feeling good was good enough for.
Produced by Jerry Kennedy. 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 way to New Orleans I pulled my harpoon out of my dirty red bandana I was playing soft while Bobby sung the blues, yeah Windshield wipers slapping time I. was holding Bobby's hand in mine We sang every song that driver knew. About Me and Bobby McGee. Written by Kris Kristofferson but originally performed by Roger Miller. The song’s title came from producer and Monument Records founder Fred Foster. 5. Buried Alive In the Blues. 7. Me and Bobby McGee.
Performers Janis Joplin (vocals). Composers Kris Kristofferson Fred Foster. Date of recording at about October 1970. Played last 09/04/2019 20:04. Record Label Sony Music, CD 64188. Year of production 1971. 9. Trust Me. 10. Get It While You Can. Data-Privacy Impressum Contact.
When Janis Joplin sang this song, everyone figured Bobby McGee was a man. But the song was originally written by Janis' former boyfriend Kris Kristofferson. And when Kriss wrote the song, Bobby McGee was a girl In fact, Bobby McGee was an alias for Janis Joplin herself. At the start of the song, Bobby McGee and her boyfriend are backpacking all over America. They hitch a ride with a truck driver. Bobby sings, to entertain the trucker, while her lover plays the harmonica (a harmonica is often called a "blues harp," and "harpoon" is another nickname for the harmonica)
Aprenda a tocar a cifra de Me and Bobby McGee (Janis Joplin) no Cifra Club. G G G G I pulled my harpoon out of my dirty red bandana G G7 C C I's playin' soft while Bobby sang the blues C C G G Windshield wipers slappin' time, I was holdin' Bobby's hand in mine D7 D7 D7 D7 We sang every song that driver knew. C C G G Freedom's just another word for nothin' left to lose D7 D7 G Nothin', it ain't nothin' honey, if it ain't free C C G G And feelin' good was easy, lord, oh, when he sang the blues. D7 D7 D7 D7 You know feelin' good was good enough for me D7 G C-G A A Good enough for me and my Bobby McGee