In the John Lee Hooker "Bluebird" I believe that he may be calling a USPS truck a bluebird, because he tells the bluebird to "Bluebird, please take this letter down south for me", I have never heard Postal trucks called bluebirds elsewhere, but in the context of the song it makes sense, but also, I'm from Seattle, John Lee Hooker is definitely from the South and our dialects are very different.
Bluebird, please take this letter down south for me.
slang for cop, police officer, security guard, etc.
"There's a bluebird on my shoulder, can I kill it?"
mostly used to describe a perfect, cloudless bright blue sky and plentiful sunshine. Especially in snowboarding conditions.
check out that sky man, it's total bluebird! my favorite to shred to!
a blue bird is a police helicopter.
fucking blue bird been following us all day!
It is used to describe a beautiful sunshiny day.
Damn! We have a bluebird.....golf???
A North American cavity-nesting thrush of the genus Sialia, characterized by blue plumage.
I wish house sparrows wouldn't take over the bluebird house.
Sunny skies on the slopes, ideal for any boarder
Bangin blue bird day at the ski park
code word for Cocaine. Etomology: On the Navajo Nation, the Navajo people use Bluebird Flour to make Navajo frybread. Young Navajo cokeheads starting use Bluebrid as a way to refer to cocaine. See related Frybread (reference to crack cocaine)
She's headed to the southside for Bluebird.