Janis Joplin - Me and Bobby McG





Janis Joplin - Me and Bobby McG



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MON DIEU JANIS JOPLIN. LA FINAL NOUS SOMMES TOUS JANIS JOPLIN PARIS VERSAILLES AUJOURD'HUI 23/09/2018!
Love this..RIP girl..🙏🏽
The woman sang with soul.
No one will ever come close...loved her still do
RIP... Great Tunes.. Rock On 🤘
The world is a poorer place with out jj
I don't know why I love this song so much.... reminds me of all the Bobby mcgees I've had in my life
You can sound like her but, it's not the same. "I'd trade all my tomorrows, for 1 single yesterday!" Been there, actually I get "season tickets"
Wow ..., She had it deep in her soul ! Damn , if her and Jimi hindrix and Stevie Ray had lived , it would have been an amazing to see !!!
lordy lordy lordy i love Janis.
What a great time in the music historie!
Great song from one of the greatest artists ever!
Peace and Love
to all of you,from
Karlsruhe/Germany
Frankie
I love this!!!!!!
I was 12 years old when I had this record.I love you and I would love to meet u one day,from one of your biggest fans. XO
Ffom the album "Pearl" Centuries ago and yet still good.
I love this woman. She died before I was born but she was one of a kind. In my opinion she was the best that has been and that will be. Pure class and I wish I would of been alive to have seen her perform in person.
focking heroine so many peoplle dead from that shit rip janis
Good enough ... Janis was amazing as a singer
Love you Janis Joplin Till the end of time and infinity & Beyond
Nobody answers to Dumb Ass Dumb Ass idiot's


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