Billie Jean Parker (birth name) Billie White (alias used) Billie Mace (1st marriage to Fred Mace) Billie Frazier (2nd marriage to Troy Frazier) Jean Moon (last married to Arthur Bourland Moon)
The hometown of Bonnie Parker is Rowena, Texas Originally named "Baronsville" in 1898 after it's founder Paul J. Baron. The Baronsville Post office started using the name Rowena in 1901, possibly after the name of a girlfriend of the son of Jonathan Miles who had obtained a railroad extention through the town, or after the name of Santa Fe railroad clerk James Splllane's wife. In 1904 the townspeople had persuaded Baron to "offically" rename Baronsville to Rowena. On the evening of March 5th 1968, 78 year old Doc Newton (one of the Newton Boys) walked into the First National Bank of Rowena with his Uvalde friend Robert Talley armed with two .30 caliber handguns and a .30-.30 rifle, and robbed it. Living across the street from the bank was Butch Lisso a childhood friend of the late Texas Ranger Frank Hamer. Lisso lived in his Liquor store and after being startled from his sleep by the sound of the bank's alarm, called the sheriff who then busted Doc Newton.
She married when she was twenty She thought she was ready Now she's not so sure She thought she'd done some living But now she's just wonderin' What she's living for Now she's feeling that there's something more Chorus Is there life out there So much she hasn't done Is there life beyond Her family and her home She's done what she should Should she do what she dares She doesn't want to leave She's just wonderin' Is there life out there She's always lived for tomorrow She's never learned how To live for today She's dyin' to try something foolish Do something crazy Or just get away Something for herself for a change Repeat Chorus There's a place in the sun that she's never been Where life is fair and time is a friend Would she do it the same as she did back then She looks out the window and wonders again Repeat Chorus twice