Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
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Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
|In which song will you find this short one-liner?
"A guaranteed rat race remedy"||Alabama Song Lyrics
T.L.C.A.S.A.P.. "A little T.L.C.A.S.A.P.
A little R and R for you and me
A guaranteed rat race remedy
A little T.L.C.A.S.A.P.
Released as the second single from the 1993 "Cheap Seats" album, this song spent nineteen weeks on Billboard's Country Singles Chart, peaking at number seven in March of 1994.
Writers are Gary Baker and Frank J. Myers.
|What are the correct words to complete this line?
"Well I spent days and nights
just thinking about the time
When you would be mine ______________"||Alabama Song Lyrics
all my life. Songwriters: Randy Owen, Teddy Gentry and Glen Fowler
"Sad Lookin' Moon" is from the 1997 album "Dancin' On The Boulevard". Lonnie Wilson replaced drummer Mark Herndon for this album. Randy Owen's inspiration came from looking out at the moon through their tour bus window.
It reached number two in May of 1997 on Billboard's Country Singles Chart and number one in Canada.
|Which is the correct song where you will find this line?
"Well that's just not my nature to sit around feeling sad"||Alabama Song Lyrics
Give Me One More Shot. This Alabama song was released in February of 1995 as a new single from the "Greatest Hits Volume III" album. Spending 20 weeks on Billboard's Country Singles Chart, it peaked at number three in April of 1995, both U.S. and Canada.
Written by Randy Owen, Teddy Gentry and Ronnie Rogers.
|Here is another number one hit for the boys.
The following line appears in which song?
"They can't live our lives for us
If we let them we'll lose our love"
||Alabama Song Lyrics
Reckless. "They can't live our lives for us
If we let them we'll lose our love
And love dies hard in this Texas sun
I'd rather be reckless and on the run"
Written by Michael Clark and Jeff Stevens, this song was the first release from the 1993 "Cheap Seats" album and Alabama's thirty-second number one hit on Billboard's Country Singles Chart in 1993.
|In which song will you find the following line?
"Can't be late, I leave in plenty of time"||Alabama Song Lyrics
I'm In A Hurry (And Don't Know Why). "Can't be late, I leave in plenty of time
Shakin' hands with the clock, I can't stop
I'm on a roll and I'm ready to rock, oh"
From the 1992 "American Pride" album, "I'm In A Hurry" was released in September of that year making the number one position on Billboard's Country Singles Chart. Additionally, making this their thirty-first number one hit and their sixteenth music video.
|Can you choose the correct words to complete this line?
"Cornbread, in my momma's kitchen
Daddy saying grace before the meal
Family ties run deep in this land
And I'm never very far from ____________"||Alabama Song Lyrics
what I am. "Family ties run deep in this land
And I'm never very far from what I am"
Composed by Byron Hill and John Schweers, "Born Country" was released December of 1991, staying on the charts for 20 weeks, peaking at number two on Billboard's Country Singles Chart in March of 1992.
|Which song does the following line belong to?
"When I was a boy, I couldn't wait to leave this place"||Alabama Song Lyrics
Down Home. "When I was a boy, I couldn't wait to leave this place
But now I want to see my children raised
Down home, down home
Folks know if they're falling on hard times
They can fall back on
Those of us raised up
This song reflects on the positive attributes of growing up in a small rural town with its simple social mores.
The fourth single released from the "Pass It On Down" album, charting 20 weeks on Billboard's Country Singles Chart, "Down Home" landed number one in April, 1991 and gave the band their thirtieth number one hit.
|Can you choose the correct words to complete this line?
"Now we're told there's a hole in the ozone
Look what's washing on the beach
And Lord, I believe from the____________"||Alabama Song Lyrics
heavens to the seas. Lyrics continued ...
"And Lord, I believe from the heavens to the seas
We're bringing mother nature to her knees"
"Pass It On Down", released from the 1990 album "Pass It On Down", spent 21 weeks on Billboard's Country Singles Chart, peaking at number three and also was the band's fifteenth music video.
|The following line comes from which song?
"Sometimes I think how long it's been
And how it impressed me then"||Alabama Song Lyrics
High Cotton. "Sometimes I think how long it's been
And how it impressed me then
It was the only day my daddy wouldn't work"
As a single released in July of 1989 from the "Southern Star" album, it claimed the number one spot on Billboard's Country Singles Chart in 1989 and was the band's twenty-sixth number one hit.
"High Cotton" was Alabama's fourteenth music video.
|"In which song will you find this line?
"The county got the farm and they moved to town"||Alabama Song Lyrics
Song Of The South. "Well, momma got sick and daddy got down
The county got the farm and they moved to town
Papa got a job with the T V A
He bought a washing machine and then a Chevrolet"
Written by Bob McDill and released as a single from the "Southern Star" album, this song was the band's twenty-fourth number one hit reaching that position in 1989 on Billboard's Country Singles Chart.
"Song Of The South" was Alabama's thirteenth music video. Shown mostly in black and white, depicting a poor, southern, cotton-farm family, the video turns to color ending with the band's performance on stage.
|In which song does this line belong?
"Oh, but the man upstairs was listening"||Alabama Song Lyrics
Roll On (Eighteen Wheeler). Lyrics continue ...
"When momma asked him to bring daddy home"
Written by Dave Loggins, "Roll On" was Alabama's tribute to the American truck driver. The album version is slightly longer and includes semi-trailer truck and citizen's band radio sound effects.
Released as a single in January of 1984 from their fifth album "Roll On", this song was the band's twelfth number one single on Billboard's Country Singles Chart in 1984.
|In which song will you find this line?
"Play some back home, come on music
That comes from the heart"
||Alabama Song Lyrics
Mountain Music. Lyrics continue ...
"Play somethin' with lots of feelin'
Cause that's where music has to start"
Alabama's Randy Owen (lead vocals/guitar), wrote the words and music to "Mountain Music", taking three years to complete, reflecting his life growing up in Ft. Payne, Alabama.
Released as the first single in January of 1982 off of the "Mountain Music" album, it became Alabama's sixth number one song on Billboard's Country Singles Chart in 1982.
"Mountain Music" was Alabama's second music video, preceded by "Feels So Right" of 1981.
|I'm sure you recognize this chorus but which song does it belong to?
"So if you're taking chances know the chance you take
A broken heart's a high price to pay
Foolish ways will make fools of the wise"||Alabama Song Lyrics - Part Two
Once Upon A Lifetime. Final line to chorus:
"And the best things seldom come along twice"
From their eleventh studio album "American Pride", it became a number three song March of 1993.
Alabama was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2005 and has also received the Bob Hope and Minnie Pearl Humanitarian Awards for charitable fundraising.
|Here are four lines from separate stanzas ... do you know which song?
"Gonna put on my best moves on every single woman I see"
"I've got news for you baby, I don't break that easily"
"I'm taking some time to erase you from my memory"
"I know there's a woman out there for a man like me"||Alabama Song Lyrics - Part Two
Can't Keep A Good Man Down. Chorus:
"Oh, enough is enough
I can't take anymore
I'm pickin' myself up off the floor"
November 1985, their eighteenth number one hit from the album "40-Hour Week".
The following year, their first Greatest Hits album was released which included a new single "She And I", taking the number one spot April 1986. This album was certified 5x platinum.
|Did you know that this song's original video included partial nudity?
"Then my eyes met hers and without one word
I could tell what was gonna happen
I could feel it in my bones"||Alabama Song Lyrics - Part Two
(There's A) Fire In The Night. Beginning of first verse:
Wonderin' what I'm doin' so far from home
Beginnin' not to care, that I was so alone"
Yes, the band had second thoughts about the video and had it pulled from circulation.
Released from their "Roll On" album, the band's fifteenth number one hit song reaching that status January 1985. This album also received Album of the Year award for 1984 by the Academy of Country Music.
|Out of the twelve lines that comprise this song, six lines contain the title. This is the best I can do - which song does this line belong to?
"To be on my way, would be the best thing to do"||Alabama Song Lyrics - Part Two
Why Lady Why. Next line:
"Why lady why, can't I get over you."
Alabama's second number one hit song was released August 1980 from their first studio album on the RCA label, "My Home's In Alabama" and subsequently certified 2x platinum.
The song was co-written by bass guitarist/vocalist, Teddy Gentry.
|These lines are from the chorus to "There's No Way" ... what is the one missing word?
"There's no way I can make it without you
There's no way that I'd even try
If I had to _____, without you in my life"||Alabama Song Lyrics - Part Two
survive. End of chorus to "There's No Way":
"I know I wouldn't last a day
Oh babe, there's no way."
From 1985 the band's sixteenth number one hit, off of their sixth studio album "40-Hour Week" which produced three number one songs.
The Country Music Association voted Alabama Entertainer of the Year for 1985.
|Here's a line in need of a few missing words ... can you pick them out from the choices below?
"Oh, hey my D.J. friend
Would you play ____________________
And let my mind just go and drift away"||Alabama Song Lyrics - Part Two
me one more song. End of verse to "Southern Star":
"Now we all have a dream
And a place where we belong
Somewhere we can go and escape"
Alabama's ninth studio album "Southern Star" produced four number one hits: the title track released November 1989, "If I Had You", High Cotton" and "Song Of The South".
Alabama was voted Artist of the Decade by the Academy of Country Music for 1989.
|Lead singer Randy Owen, describes his girl as "a sweet, soft, southern thrill" in what song?
"White tail buck deer, munchin' on clover
Red tail hawk, sittin' on a limb
A chubby old groundhog, croakin' bullfrog
Free as the feelin' in the wind"||Alabama Song Lyrics - Part Two
Dixieland Delight. Next verse:
"Home grown country girl, gonna give me a whirl
On a Tennessee Saturday night
Lucky as a seven, livin' in heaven
With my Dixieland Delight"
A number one hit in 1983, it was the lead off single from "The Closer You Get" album.
The opening line, "Rollin' down a backwoods", came to composer Ronnie Rogers as he was driving through Rutledge, Tennessee.
|Can you fill in the lyric gap with the correct words to "She Ain't Your Ordinary Girl"?
"Save your _____ and your _____ she ain't your ordinary girl"||Alabama Song Lyrics - Part Two
diamonds / furs. The lead off single from their thirteenth studio album "In Pictures", hit the number two spot in 1995, number two in Canada.
Again in 1995, Alabama was voted Favorite Country Band/Duo/Group by the American Music Awards.
Four Christmas albums have been put out by the band.
|A 1981 hit, can you match these lyrics to the correct song title?
"You said it ended when he left you
You say your love for me is strong
But those old memories still upset you"||Alabama Song Lyrics - Part Two
Old Flame. "Old Flame", last line of verse:
"Well, I might be a memory before too long"
"Old Flame" became the band's third number one song, from their second studio album "Feels So Right" which was voted 1981s Album of the Year by the Academy of Country Music.
|Stack up those quarters and tell me, where can these lyrics be found?
"One by one, they take me back
To the days when you were mine"||Alabama Song Lyrics - Part Two
Jukebox In My Mind. Last line of chorus to "Jukebox In My Mind":
"And I can't stop this jukebox in my mind"
From 1990, Alabama's 28th number one song in the U.S. and Canadian RPM Country Tracks, from the album "Pass It On Down".
For the 1990 American Music Awards, Alabama was voted Favorite Country Band/Duo/Group.