Induct Jim Croce into The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame


Jim Croce is an American singer-songwriter who became popular in the later 60s and 70s. Though Croce died when he was just 30 years old, he wrote many hits songs in his short life, such as “Operator” and “Bad, Bad Leroy Brown.” Read on to discover Jim Croce’s full song list,

Jim Croce Songs

“Age”
“Alabama Rain”
“A Long Time Ago”
“And I Remember Her”
“Another Day, Another Town”
“Bad, Bad Leroy Brown”
“Big Fat Woman”
“Big Wheel”
“Box #10
“Careful Man”
“Carnival Of Pride”
“Chain Gang Medley”
“Charlie Green Play That Slide Trombone”
“Child Of Midnight”
“Cigarettes, Whiskey And Wild, Wild Women”
“Circle Of Style”
“Coal Tattoo”
“Country Girl”
“Cotton Mouth River”
“Dreamin’Again”
“The Edges Of Your Day”
“Everyday”
“Five Short Minutes”
“A Good Time Man Like Me Ain’t Got No Business”
“The Ballad Of Gunga Din”
“Hard-Hearted Hannah”
“Hard Time Losin’ Man”
“Hard Times Be Over”
“Hey Tomorrow”
“I Am Who I Am”
“If The Back Door Could Talk”
“I Got A Name”
“I Got Mine”
“I’ll Have To Say I Love You In A Song”
“In The Jailhouse Now”
“It Doesn’t Have To Be That Way”
“It’s All Over, Mary Ann”
“I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate”
“Just Another Day”
“King’s Song”
“Living With The Blues”
“Lover’s Cross”
“Mama Tried”
“Mary Ann”
“Maybe Tomorrow”
“Mississippi Lady”
“Mom And Dad’s Waltz”
“More Than That Tomorrow”
“New York’s Not My Home”
“The Next Man That I Marry”
“Next Time, This Time”
“Nobody Loves A Fat Girl”
“Ol’ Man River”
“One Less Set Of Footsteps”
“Operator (That’s Not The Way It Feels)”
“Photographs and Memories”
“Rapid Roy (The Stock Car Boy)”
“Roller Derby Queen”
“Recently”
“Pa (Song For A Grandfather)”
“Pig’s Song”
“Railroad Song”
“Railroads and Riverboats”
“Running Maggie”
“Sadie Green (The Vamp Of New Orleans)”
“Salon and Saloon”
“Six Days On The Road”
“Speedball Tucker”
“Spin, Spin, Spin”
“Steel Rail Blues”
“Stone Walls”
“Sun Come Up”
“Texas Rodeo”
“The Blizzard”
“The Hard Way Every Time”
“The Man That Is Me”
“The Migrant Worker”
“These Dreams”
“The Way We Used To Be”
“Things ‘Bout Goin’ My Way”
“Thursday”
“Time In A Bottle”
“Tomorrow’s Gonna Be A Brighter Day”
“Top Hat Bar & Grille”
“Until It’s Time For Me To Go”
“Vespers”
“Walkin’ Back To Georgia”
“The Wall”
“Wear Out The Turnpike”
“What Do People Do”
“What The Hell”
“Which Way Are You Goin'”
“Who Will Buy The Wine”
“Workin’ At The Car Wash Blues”
“You Don’t Mess Around With Jim”
“You Oughta See Pickles Now”
“Greenback Dollar”
“Can’t Wait Lyrics”
“You Always Make Me Feel I Ain’t Been Gone”
“Ball Of Kerrymuir”
“Shopping For Clothes”
“I Remember Mary”
“The Army”

These are the Songs of Jim Croce, a man who lived to 30 years old, but produced a lifetime of songs about life and more. This man affected my life growing up even though he never knew how many he affected! He needs to be put into The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame for his songs and artist abilities. 30 years after his death his songs are still being played on radio stations and on cd players across the world. Tell the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame to Induct Jim Croce into their midst!

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