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Category: Lynn Anderson

“Me, Me, Me, Me, Me”: Honky Tonk Opera

Opera meets Opry in this self-centered song that opens Liz Anderson’s 1968 RCA album, Like a Merry Go Round: “Me Me Me Me Me”     Liz Anderson     1968 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xuKcR8Kso9U “Me, Me, Me, Me, Me” also served as the B-side of Anderson’s “Cry, Cry Again” RCA 45. It was my friend and

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“Wave Bye Bye to the Man”: Good Riddance to Bad Man

Lynn Anderson’s ‘hard country’ take on “Wave Bye Bye to the Man” – a mother and child’s declaration of independence from a bad dad – provides a musical punch that perfectly matches the lyric: Interesting to hear Lawanda Lindsey’s version of the song from the previous year (1968) and notice

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