Bonnie and Clyde advanced their reputation And made the graduation Into the banking business Reach for the sky! Sweet talking Clyde would holler As Bonnie loaded dollars In the dewlap bag. Now one brave man He tried to take them alone They left him lying in a pool of blood And laughed about it all the way home.
G C D7 Bonnie and Clyde advanced their reputation C D7 And made the graduation C G Into the banking business. G C D7 "Reach for the sky" sweet-talking Clyde would holler C D7 C G As Bonnie loaded dollars in the dewlap bag, G C G Now one brave man-he tried to take 'em alone C G E They left him Iyin' in a pool of blood, A7 D7 G And laughed about it all the way. home
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Georgie Fame (sometimes also billed with his backing band The Blue Flames) is a British R&B/jazz singer and pianist whose biggest US Billboard hit was "The Ballad of Bonnie and Clyde. It is a disarmingly ragtime-themed song, contrasting to the subject matter. Georgie Fame also had several hits on the UK Singles charts in the '60s. The song is about the real-life Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow, a famous bank-robbing couple in the Great Depression era of the United States.
The Ballad of Bonnie and Clyde" is a song recorded by the British rhythm and blues singer Georgie Fame. Released as a single, the song reached number one in the UK Singles Chart on 24 January 1968, remaining for one week. The song reached number seven in the United States later the same year. The song was written by Mitch Murray and Peter Callander.
The Ballad of Bonnie & Clyde. Artist: Georgie Fame. Album: The Best of Georgie Fame, 1967-1971, 1996. Recorded in 1967 after the release of the movie "Bonnie and Clyde" starring Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway. The Ballad of Bonnie and Clyde" by Georgie Fame reached in the . in Jan. 1968 replacing "Hello Goodbye" by The Beatles. It reached in the . later that year.
Georgie Fame (Clive Powell) The Ballad of Bonnie & Clyde lyrics: Bonnie and Clyde were pretty lookin' people, But I can tell you peopl. Artist: Georgie Fame (Clive Powell). Album: Funny How Time Slips Away. The Ballad of Bonnie & Clyde. Bonnie and Clyde were pretty lookin' people. But I can tell you people They were the devil's children, Bonnie and Clyde began their evil doin'. One lazy afternoon down Savannah way, They robbed a store, and high-tailed outa that town. Got clean away in a stolen car, And waited till the heat died down, Bonnie and Clyde advanced their reputation. And made the graduation. Into the banking business. Reach for the sky" sweet-talking Clyde would.