UnTunes:Ode to Country Music

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While sitting through a set by Vince Gill (long story) he starts this slow, stereotypical country song involving bad behavior. I started wondering if singing about louts and dopes sort of validated their actions...


~leisurely~

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Why do I talk, That way to you?

Why do I do those things that I do?

Why do we fight, And throw things too?

It's thanks to Country Music


The dog had died, The kids are sick,

The truck is broke, It sits in the yard,

Your Mother's visit, Has turned into years,

My thanks to Country Music


Oh, that long lonely road keeps a truckin' down the bend

It seems longer now that you have left

The CB radio is my only friend

All thanks to Country Music


My buddies come, We sit on the couch,

We drink our beer, We eat our wings,

We talk too loud, And wake the kids

Go blame that Country Music


We head on out, To hit the bars,

You look at me, I look right back,

I give a wink, You shed a tear,

Ain't me it's Country Music


I come home late, And smell of her,

You scream and shout, And throw a chair,

I slam the door, I'm out of there

Because of Country Music


Well, that long lonely road keeps a truckin' down the bend

It seems longer now that you have left

The CB radio is my only friend

All thanks to Country Music


You go to bed, And cry to sleep

I'm far away, And yet right there

I drive and drive, I go nowhere

And hear that Country Music

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