Tag: #countryandwestern

Song Lyric Sunday – “Spring Breakdown” by Luke Bryan

This week Jim Adams has prompted us with choosing a song pertaining to Hop | Jump | Leap | Pounce | Spring for this week’s Song Lyric Sunday. I chose “Spring Breakdown” by Luke Bryan.

Song Lyric Sunday – “Seminole Wind” by John Anderson

The lyrics take us on a journey of the destruction of natural habitat, financial gain, the devastation of the Seminole Indian people and progress.

Song Lyric Sunday – Country Thinking

Country music is close to my heart and this week I give you a good old fashioned drinking song released in 1980 and a fun fantasy song released in 1999. The first is about love that doesn’t exist anymore and the second is about a guy who uses the sex appeal of his tractor to get the girl.

Song Lyric Sunday – “In Color”

The song I chose this week is “In Color” by Jamey Johnson. This song is a tribute to the generation of people that were my grandparents.

Song Lyric Sunday – “Check Yes or No” by George Strait

Elvis Presley may be known as the “King of Rock n’ Roll”, but George Strait is known as the “King of Country”. He is the most influential and popular recording country music artist of all time. He is a real Texas cowboy who just happens to be able to stand at a microphone and put the country roots into any song he can get his hands on.

Song Lyric Sunday – “I Melt” by Rascal Flatts

One night DeMarcus & LeVox were working in a Printer’s Alley nightclub when their part-time guitarist couldn’t make it one night. DeMarcus invited Rooney to join them. A bond was instantly formed!

Song Lyric Sunday – “My Maria” by Brooks & Dunn

I had the honor of meeting Brooks & Dunn in 1993 after my first husband won front-row tickets with “Meet & Greet” backstage passes.

“If I Said You Had a Beautiful Body (Would You Hold It Against Me) by the Bellamy Brothers

If I Said You Have a Beautiful Body Would You Hold It Against Me” was released in March 1979 and was the second single on the album “The Two and Only”.

Oct. 27 – “Find Out Who Your Friends Are” – Tracy Lawrence

On the “For the Love” album, Tracy featured two versions of “Find Out Who Your Friends Are”.

“Stand by Your Man” by Tammy Wynette

This week for Song Lyric Sunday, Jim Adams has prompted us with Lean/Sit/Stand Songs. In 1968, when I was only 3 years old, Tammy Wynette released Stand by Your Man which went to #1 on the country music charts where it stayed for 3… Continue Reading ““Stand by Your Man” by Tammy Wynette”

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