it's still yours. I should've listened to it a little more. And it wouldn't have taken me so long to know where I belong. And by the way boy, this is no machine you're talking to. Can't you tell, this is Austin? And I still love you."
it was a sad song
It would be a long one
If it was a color
It would be a deep deep blue
But if we're talking about a heartache
It would be you
If it was a full moon
It would be a total eclipse
If it was a tidal wave
It would sink a thousand ships
If it was a blizzard
just my boy and me, with a happy meal and his booster seat, knowing that he couldn't have the toy till his nuggets were gone, then a green light turn straight to read, his fries went flyin and his orange drink covered his lap
Well then my 4 year old said a 4 letter word that...
because every song tells a story, but because the artist(s) singing that song(s) pulls you into the song & makes you feel all that emotion whether good or bad. There are a lot of great & very talented country artists past & present whom wrote a lot of great meaningful...
that smile again
Even though I know you've had a bad day
Doin' this and doin' that
Always puttin' yourself last
A whole lotta give and not enough take
But you can only be strong so long before you break
Go on and fall apart
Fall into these arms of mine
I'll catch you...
Weather man said it’s gonna snow
By now I should be used to the cold
Mid-February shouldn’t be so scary
It was only December
I still remember the presents, the tree, you and me
But you went away
How dare you?
I miss you
They say I’ll be OK
But I’m not going to ever get...
Another day and another story about Justin Bieber's tantrums.
I feel equally "enthused" listening to rap "yo" and reading another story about them or their family getting killed in Atlanta. I was having lunch at a local bar-b-que place yesterday where they had Country Music...
after listening to Drink a Beer by Luke Bryan? It's already a sad and touching song, but in the video for it when he is playing it live, it looks like he's about to cry at any minute. Great song but really touching
I grew up when Elvis, Dion, Annette, James Brown, The Supremes * all Motown was real popular.. But I did listen to some country. When the local Detroit radio station got hard to pick up, long before FM, I would be able to get a Nashville station, WLS out of Chicago, that played a...
Everybody down in Houston calls him "Texas".
Everybody way up North calls him "Cornbread".
You shoulda heard the way that his momma called him "baby",
Daddy called him "boy", his friends call him "crazy".
Shoulda just called it like I saw it.
Shoulda just called for help and...
the 1970s to 1980s. My favourite country songs are Southern Nights & Rhinestone Cowboy" by the legendary Glen Campbell.
Dolly Parton is my favourite country female singer. Kenny Rogers & Dolly Parton duet "Islands in the Stream" Such a fantastic song.
and get a lot of weird looks from people and comments because I am a black woman in California. I guess black folks aren't supposed to like country?!
Anyway, Jason Aldean, Keith urban, Luke Bryan, Miranda lambert, Carrie underwood....just to name a few I'm into
now in my arms
You still want him I know
But darling this time
Let your memories die
When you hold me tonight
Don't close your eyes
Don't close your eyes
Let it be me
Don't pretend it's him
In some fantasy
Darling just once
Let yesterday go
You'll find more love