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Tuesday, January 17, 2012

January 18th Challenge: Bad Country Jukebox

Nice bunch of rules-- don't quit now.  You can continue to add to the posts all month long by clicking on the "comment" link below each.
Wednesday's challenge:   Bad County Western Song Titles.  Bonus points for writing a verse or more to go with them.
Here's a few real song titles to get you in the mood:
"Her Teeth Were Stained, But Her Love Was Real"
"She's Got Freckles On Her But (t-- I Love Her)"
"How Can I Miss You When You Won't Go Away?"
"You Can't Have Your Kate (and Edith Too)
"How Could You Believe Me When I Told You That I Loved You (When You Know I've Been A Liar All My Life)"
"I Changed Her Oil, She Changed My Life"
"Drop-Kick Me, Jesus, Through The Goal Posts of Life"
"If You Can't Live Without Me, Why Aren't You Dead Yet?"
"The Last Word in 'Lonesome' is 'ME'  "

And as a token for your muse:


speck said...

"Is it cold in here, or is it just you?"

"Take yer guns off my gun-rack, and git!"

( dance to the) "Bud-sluggin', belt-buckle-tuggin', boot-scootin' boogie"

"Don't meth with him, he's trouble"

speck said...

That first one is from Joe Diffie:

Kiesa Kay said...

REAL Country Songs:
Tequila Makes Her Clothes Fall Off
She Thinks My Tractor's Sexy

Monsanto Man
My daddy owned this land
My momma baked the bread
We got eaten by Monsanto
And both of them are dead
I try to make a living
for my kids and wife
but I miss the feel of sunshine
that once lit up my life
oh, monsanto man,
and i'm losing land i loved;
monsanto man,
forgive me, God above
i got to make a living
i got to buy my food
i miss what once was given
i'm in a real bad mood.