Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
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Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
This Everyday Love. All of the above songs are from Rascal Flatts.
Ten Rounds with Jose Cuervo. This song can be found on Tracy Byrd's "Ten Rounds" CD.
My Heart is Lost to You. This Brooks and Dunn song can be found on their "Steers and Stripes" CD.
|"I'm just a singer of simple songs, I'm not a real political man. I watch CNN, but I am not sure I could tell you the difference in Iraq and Iran"?||Country Music Lyrics 301
Where Were You (When The World Stopped Turning). Did you know that Alan Jackson wasn't going to make this a single until it became so big after the Country Music Awards?
Go Rest High On That Mountain. This song by Vince Gill is a song that I will cherish forever. I think that it best describes a lot of peoples' lives.
Cleopatra, Queen of Denial. All of the above songs can be found on Pam Tillis's Greatest Hits CD.
She Thinks My Tractor's Sexy. Kenny Chesney is one of my favorite artists.
|"Lock up your husbands
Lock up your sons
Lock up your whiskey cabinets
Girls lock up your guns"?||Country Music Lyrics 301
When God Fearing Women Get The Blues. Found on Martina McBride's Greatest Hits CD.
There is No Arizona. This song was written by Jamie O'Neal, Lisa Drew, and Shaye Smith. It can be found on Jamie O'Neal's "Shiver" CD.
A Little Gasoline. Terri Clark's "A Little Gasoline" can be found on her "Fearless" CD, which came out in 2000. I really like this song.
Ty England. Ty England used to play backup guitar for Garth Brooks. Now goes by Tyler England.
|"Well I pulled out of Pittsburgh rolling down the Eastern seaboard." What song is this line from?||Country Music Lyrics
Six Days on the Road. One of the big hits for Sawyer Brown.
|"And if you see my reflection in the snow-covered hills." What song is this line from?||Country Music Lyrics
Landslide. A great cover of the Fleetwood Mac song, sung by the Dixie Chicks. On their latest album, "Home".
|"Hey Uncle Sam put your name at the top of his list." What song is this line from?||Country Music Lyrics
Courtesy of the Red, White, and Blue. Sung by Toby Keith. His latest song on "Unleashed". Used to dictate his feelings towards the terrorist attacks.
The Note. Sung by Darryl Singletary. One of his least popular songs.
I'm Tryin'. Sung by Trace Adkins. His first song off of "Chrome."
Drive. Sung by Alan Jackson. His follow-up song to the smash hit "Where were you when the world stopped turning." On the album "Drive".
|"Sometimes you'll drown it out with all your rage and thunder." What song is this line from?||Country Music Lyrics
That's the beat of a heart. Sung by the Warren Brothers. It was a duet with Sara Evans.
19 Something. Sung by Mark Wills on the album "Greatest Hits." One of my favorite songs.
Big Star. Sung by Kenny Chesney on the album "No Shirt, No Shoes, No Problem."
Chrome. Sung by another one of my favorite singers, Trace Adkins, on the album "Chrome".
I Wish You'd Stay. Sung by Brad Paisley on the album "Part II". One of my all-time favorite songs.
I'll Try . Sung by another personal favorite singer, Alan Jackson, on the album "The Greatest Hits Collection".
Yes. "Bang A Drum", on the album "20 Greatest Hits", was a duet with Jon Bon Jovi.
Brokenheartsville. Sung by Joe Nichols on the album "Man With A Memory." This is a follow-up to the hit "The Impossible".
Who's Your Daddy . Sung by Toby Keith on the album "Unleashed".
Living and Living Well. Sung by another favorite of mine, George Strait, on the album "The Road Less Traveled".
Hands Of A Working Man. Sung by Ty Herndon on the album "Big Hopes".
Meanwhile Back at the Ranch. Sung by The Clark Family Experience on the album "The Clark Family Experience". This is their only song that appeared on the charts.