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Honky tonk badonkadonk
Keepin' perfect rhythm make you wanna swing along
I ain't as good as I once was
But I'm as good once as I ever was
When Chris Stapleton blasts a three run homer in the 8th to take back the lead
Your cheatin' heart will tell on you
When they're playing Luke Bryan over the PA system
Is it cold in here, or is it just you?
When your give a damn's busted
|(this is from the minors, but it had to be here)|
What you think of that new Parmalee song?
Somebody said there'd be no normal live concerts until 2022. Yeah, that's fine... no big deal.
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by Trailer - Originally posted on Country California May 24, 2011
Several well-known country singers have expressed a sense of befuddlement about their course of action after the recent killing of Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden.
"Normally, I'd have three or four situation-appropriate patriotic singles I could rush to radio –- and I do, don't get me wrong –- but we get into a conundrum here because I don’t really understand what the hell is going on,” said one noted hitmaker who wished to remain anonymous.
"I've got one in the can called 'We Got Our Man' but I mean, what if they didn't really get him? You've heard the conspiracy theories," he continued. "And another one's called 'We Salute You,' but that might be misconstrued as support for Obama or something, and that's career suicide in the country market."
Representatives for Darryl Worley have confessed similar issues. "Darryl needs a hit right now so he doesn't have to go into underwear modeling -- not that there's anything wrong with that -- but he's a country singer and he's a patriot and America needs him to wave the flag now more than ever," said an anonymous member of Worley's management.
"We have a sequel to 'Have You Forgotten?' called 'We Remember' slated for release in late July to capitalize express his feelings on the ten year anniversary of 9/11, but that's two months from now... Darryl needs something on the market to keep his name out there, and the bin Laden killing is just too much of a mixed bag for us to formulate an approach on."
Other artists such as Aaron Tippin and Lee Greenwood were also seeking outlets for their desire to represent this occasion in song at press time, but their camps were mum on possibilities.
Toby Keith, however, was going full steam ahead with its release of "America, Hell Yeah," which hits radio five minutes ago.