Roger and Out is the debut studio album of country music artist Roger Miller. It was released under the Smash Records label in 1964, and later re-released in 2005 under Vertigo Records, adding the track "Smile of M. The second release did not chart but the first reached on country album charts and on the Billboard 200, and was ultimately certified as Gold by the RIAA. Where Have All the Average People Gone". The Tom Green County Fair".
from the album The Return of Roger Miller.
Roger Miller (The Tunes that Launched the Roger Miller Career). Don't We All Have the Right".
Where Have All the Average People Gone". This sentimental ode to everyday people reveals a softer side to one of classic country music's court jesters. Instead of making listeners laugh, Miller chose a song that questions why we're all a little guilty of stereotyping strangers based on geography or their career choices. 5. "Dang Me". Great country songs often appeal to losers, whether they've temporarily lost their cool or permanently lost a lover, but Miller tipped his hat to them in his own peculiar way.
sort by album sort by song. album: "Roger And Out" (1964). Chug-A-Lug The Moon Is High (And So Am I) Feel Of Me Private John Q. Lou's Got The Flu It Takes All Kinds To Make A World Dang Me Got 2 Again I Ain't Comin' Home Tonight That's Why I Love You Like I Do Squares Make The World Go Round If You Want Me To. album: "The Return Of Roger Miller" (1965). Me And Bobby Mcgee Darby's Castle Colonel Maggie Boeing Boeing 707 Meanwhile Back In Abilene Swiss Cottage Place Where Have All The Average People Gone The Best Of All Possible Worlds I'm Gonna Teach My Heart To Bend Shame Bird Vance. album: "1970" (1970). The Tom Green County Fair Precious Baby The Man Who Stayed In Monterey Jody And The Kid Mystery Train I Know Who It Is All Fall Down Everybody's Talkin' The Fool . 's Last Ride Crystal Day. album: "A Trip In The Country" (1970).
Also Roger Miller! Capo 2. C/B 0-2-0-0-1-0. . The people in this city call me country,. Because of how I walk and talk and smile. Well I don't mind them laughing in the city,. But really, I'm just trying to get along. It's funny I don't fit. Tell me where have all the average people gone?
Roger Miller: Super Hits (2007). Platinum & Gold Collection: Roger Miller (2004). All Time Greatest Hits (2003). Oh Boy Classics Presents: Roger Miller (2002). 20th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection: The Best Of Roger Miller (1999). Silver Eagle Cross Country Pre (1997). King Of The Road - The Genius Of Roger Miller (1995). Where Have All The Average People Gone. You Can't Roller Skate In A Buffalo Herd. Lyrics for album: Oh Boy Classics Presents: Roger Miller (2002). Don't We All Have The Right To Be Wrong. Lyrics for album: 20th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection: The Best Of Roger Miller (1999).
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|A||Where Have All The Average People Gone
Written By – D. Linde
|B||Boeing Boeing 707
Written-By – R. Miller*
|S-2246||Roger Miller||Where Have All The Average People Gone (7", Single)||Smash Records||S-2246||US||Unknown|
|S-2246||Roger Miller||Where Have All The Average People Gone (7", Promo)||Smash Records , Mercury||S-2246||US||1969|