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"Don't Bogart Me" (popularly known as Don't Bogart that Joint My Friend) is a song first published in 1968 and popularized in 1969 on the soundtrack of the film Easy Rider.

The slang term "bogarting" refers to taking an unfairly long time with a cigarette, drink, et cetera, that is supposed to be shared (e.g., "Don't bogart that joint!").

Lyrics: Lawrence Wagner

Music: Elliot Ingber

Played by Little Feat's Paul Barrere and Bill Payne with Phil & Friends. The original verson (on the soundtrack of Easy Rider) was by Fraternity of Man. It was subsequently covered by Little Feat.



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