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Ode To Billie Joe

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  1. Kibar says:
    Original lyrics of Ode To Billy Joe song by Bobbie Gentry. Explore 9 meanings or write yours. Find more of Bobbie Gentry lyrics. Watch official video, print or download text in .
  2. Tura says:
    “Ode to Billie Joe” was a quick sensation when it was released on Capitol Records, climbing to the #1 position on the Billboard Hot and staying there for four weeks. Gentry’s first and biggest hit—which featured cellos and violin arrangements by Jimmie Haskell—it was at heart a country ballad, although it peaked only at #17 on the.
  3. Telabar says:
    Ode to Billy Joe certainly tells a very realistic story of the torment almost any teen feels when struggling with accepting they might be gay. What a testament to our progress as a society that, while a teen might still struggle with sexual identity, he or she can find ways to open up to others/5().
  4. Zulujar says:
    Released , 'Ode to Billy Joe' stars Robby Benson, Glynnis O'Connor, Joan Hotchkis, Sandy McPeak The PG movie has a runtime of about 1 hr 46 min, and received a score of (out of ) on.
  5. Telabar says:
    Ode To Billie Joe Written and recorded by Bobbie Gentry G Dm G It was the third of June another sleepy dusty Delta day Dm G I was out chopping cotton and my brother was a bailing hay C At dinner time we stopped and walked back to the house to eat G Dm G And mama hollered at the backdoor y'all remember to wipe your feet.
  6. Tojora says:
    Aug 21,  · In July of , Capitol Records released “Ode to Billie Joe,” a spooky wisp of a song by an unknown artist named Bobbie Gentry. Industry wisdom Author: Tara Murtha.
  7. Kazilkis says:
    Today Billie Joe MacAllister jumped off the Tallahatchie Bridge" And Papa said to Mama as he passed around the black-eyed peas "Well, Billie Joe never had a lick of sense. Pass the biscuits, please There's five more acres in the lower forty I've got to plow" And Mama said it was a shame about Billie Joe.
  8. Mazur says:
    Nowhere in the song, "Ode to Billie Joe," is Billie Joe referred to as "he" or "him," or as a boy or as a male. Is that not said at and several lines following? Sermonator from 7th Heaven J Johnson, interpret the song as you like, but Gentry made it clear in many subsequent interviews that .

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