Billie Jo Spears
12 Shouts - 269,721 Scrobbles
Billie Jo Spears (born January 14, 1937 in Beaumont, Texas as Billie Jean Spears, died December 14, 2011 in VIdor, Texas) was a country music singer who was particularly popular in the 1970s. Spears moved from Texas to Nashville in 1964. She earned a Capitol Records contract in 1968. Her first hit was 1969's "Mr. Walker, It's All Over." Spears won country fans over with her tough, bluesy style; however, it was not until 1975's "Blanket on the Ground" that she broke through to major stardom. The song hit number one on the country charts in the United States.
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- LyricsCome and look out through the window
The big old moon is shinin' down
Tell me now don't it remind you
Of a blanket on the ground
Remember back when love first found us
- What I've Got in Mind - (2:54) - 685 plays
- Fever - (2:58) - 430 plays
- Sing Me An Old Fashioned Song - (3:20) - 268 plays
- I'm so Lonesome I Could Cry - (2:27) - 329 plays
- '57 Chevrolet - (2:31) - 240 plays
- Mr. Walker, It's All Over - (3:00) - 235 plays
- Misty Blue - (2:41) - 203 plays
- Dallas - (2:50) - 177 plays
- Sunshine - (2:44) - 176 plays
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