Bobby Bare lyrics - 408 song lyrics sorted by album, including "500 Miles Away From Home", "Detroit City", "Don't It Make You Want To Go Home".
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Robert Joseph Bare Sr. (born April 7, 1935) is an American country music singer and songwriter, best known for the songs "Detroit City" and "500 Miles Away from Home". He is the father of Bobby Bare J. also a musician. In the 1950s, Bare repeatedly tried and failed to sell his songs.
Book of Love Lyrics: They say for every boy there's a girl and she's waitin' somewhere in this world, It's all been planned to someone up above and I know it's written in the book of love, Written. our names are in that book of love Now I love you since the day we met really love you without a reason or regret Night and day it's you I'm dreaming of and I know our names are in that book of love Night and day it's you I'm dreaming of and I know our names are. in that book of love Yes I know our names are in that book of love. Book of Love" Track Info. Detroit City and Other Hits by Bobby Bare Bobby Bare.
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Album · 1997 · 40 Songs. Bobby Bare Sings Lullabys, Legends and Lies (And More).
I first heard of Bobby Bare when his song "Detroit City" was enjoying very frequent airplay way back in 1960. I bought the album "500 Miles Away From Home" and practically wore it out playing it and have become a fan of Bobby Bare since. Bobby Bare has kept up with the times and his style of music changes somewhat as years go by. However, he still maintains his original to the heart laid back style of singing. Those who love "Lullabys Legend & Lies" will surely love this album. As a fan of Bobby Bare for 40years, I do agree that this is one of Bare's best concept albums with excellent to the heart interpretation of Shel Silvestein's lyrics. The very talented Shel was an excellent song writer having written numerous hits including "A Boy Named Sue" for Johnny Cash, "One's On The Way" for Loretta Lynn, "Sylvia's Mother" for Dr. Hook and 'The Unicorn" for Irish Rover.
Bobby Bare: Country Life Gold. The Streets of Baltimore. Ain't Got Nothin' to Lose. Singin' in the Kitchen. Drinkin' from the Bottle Singin' from the Heart. Stacks of Tracks - Country Love Songs.
Returning to RCA after a stint at Mercury Records, Bobby Bare teamed up with songwriter Shel Silverstein for 1973's Bobby Bare Sings Lullabys, Legends and Lies.
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|F-878||Bobby Bare||Book Of Love (7", Single, Mono)||Fraternity Records||F-878||US||1961|
|WG-S-1195||Bobby Bare||Book Of Love / Lorena (7", Single)||W & G||WG-S-1195||Australia||Unknown|
|F-878||Bobby Bare||Book Of Love (7", Single, Promo)||Fraternity Records||F-878||US||Unknown|