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8 thoughts on “ Poor Happy Jimmy (Tribute To Jim Croce)

  1. Kajimi
    Jim Croce (Jan 10, ‒ Sept 20, ) was an American singer-songwriter from South Philadelphia whose biggest single "Bad, Bad Leroy Brown" hit number 1 on the US charts in the summer of His influences included Ian & Sylvia, Gordon Lightfoot and Woody Guthrie. Sadly, Croce died in a small commercial plane crash one day before his.
  2. Shaktit
    Lyrics of POOR HAPPY JIMMY (TRIBUTE TO JIM CROCE) by Gino Vannelli: Give him a soft guitar to play what he choose, He ain't got no fancy chords, Only got Home Songs.
  3. Nikojar
    Jim Croce was born in south Philadelphia January 10th, , and brought up on ragtime, country and Dixieland music. He played the accordion as a child and taught himself guitar, but did not play.
  4. Tolar
    Poor Happy Jimmy [Tribute to Jim Croce] 10, 74 2. more tracks from the album Greatest Hits and More #1. People Gotta Move #2. Hurts to Be in Love #3. Crazy Life #4. Lady #5. Great Lake Canoe #6. Hollywood Holiday #7. Poor Happy Jimmy #8. One Woman Lover #9. Felicia # Fling of Mine # Jack Miraculous #
  5. Tara
    X. (Tribute To Jim Croce) Give him a soft guitar to play what he choose. He ain't got no fancy chords. Only got his blues. Poor happy Jimmy. I didn't know him very well but he was with me. And I won't take a dime just to make it rhyme. Cause I cried and cried the day he died.
  6. Fejora
    Jim Croce lyrics - 36 song lyrics sorted by album, including "Time In A Bottle", "Bad, Bad Leroy Brown", "I'll Have To Say I Love You In A Song".
  7. Dotilar
    Croce is paid tribute to in The Righteous Brothers song Rock And Roll Heaven. He is also mentioned in Stephen King's You Know They Got a Hell of a Band, a short story about a town populated by late music legends. The title of King's short story comes from a line in the Righteous Brothers song.

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