Carl Belew - Bic Flickin' Baby album
B We Don't Have To Fall In Love (To Make It) 2:58.
Original lyrics of Bic Flicking Baby song by Moe Bandy. Explain your version of song meaning, find more of Moe Bandy lyrics. Moe Bandy – Bic Flicking Baby lyrics. Like old Dr Pepper sometimes she's misunderstood And like the Colonel's Chicken boys she's finger lickin' good She knows when I need her and she's always super quick When I reach to light a cigarette she's there to flickin' bics. She's my bic flicking baby and I want the world to know That my Bic flicking baby's with me everywhere I go I've tried Betty Sue and Mary Lou and I've always got my kicks But they can't hold a light to baby when it comes to flicking bics.
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Flickin my Bic by CG412. From photo reference taken by my photobooth, thermal.
His last studio album, When My Baby Sings His Song, a record of duets with Betty Jean Robinson, was issued in 1972, while one final single, "Welcome Back to My World," appeared in 1974. Throughout his career, Belew's songs continued to be popular with (and popularized by) other singers; Eddy Arnold hit number one in 1965 with "What's He Doing in My World," while Jim Reeves scored a posthumous success in 1968 with "That's When I See the Blues (In Your Pretty Brown Eyes). Stop the World (And Let Me Off)" also reached the Top 20 twice more.
|A||Bic Flickin' Baby||2:45|
|B||We Don't Have To Fall In Love (To Make It)||2:58|
- Published By – Acuff-Rose
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sunshine Country Enterprizes, Inc.
- Arranged By – The Vandal
- Producer – The General*
- Written-By – Belew*, Bandy*, Givens*
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: BMI
- Matrix / Runout (A Side Label): SCE-19158-A
- Matrix / Runout (B Side Label): SCE-19158-B
- Matrix / Runout (A Side Etching): SCE 19158-A IV
- Matrix / Runout (B Side Etching): SCE-19158-B IV 625