Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
- There are a total of 20 general entries.
Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
Judd, Cledus T.
|What did Judd want in his 1996 parody of Shania Twain's hit song "If You're not in it for Love (I'm Outta Here)"?||Judd, Cledus T.
Beer. Judd's song "I'm not in Here for Love (Just Yer Beer)" appeared on his second album entitled "I Stoled this Record". His appreciation for Shania Twain is also seen in the song "If Shania was Mine". Other songs that are on this album include "Grandpa Got Runned Over by a John Deere" and "Cledus Went Down to Florida".
|In 1999 Judd wrote a holiday parody entitled "Christ-mas". What country hit did he spoof with this song? ||Judd, Cledus T.
This Kiss. Faith Hill's "This Kiss" was a major crossover hit for the country star. The song soared to number one on Billboard's Hot Country Songs Chart and reached number seven on the Billboard pop charts. Cledus mockingly reveals all the things that he thinks are wrong with our commercialized holidays in his parody of Hill's hit.
|In his song Tracy Lawrence wanted someone to "Paint me a Birmingham". What did Judd want in his 2004 parody of this song?||Judd, Cledus T.
Bake me a Country Ham. "Paint Me a Birmingham" finished number four on the Billboard Hot Country Songs Charts. Some of Lawrence's number one hits include "Texas Tornado", "Time Marches On", "Alibis" and "Sticks and Stones". Judd in his spoof seeks a country ham with a "side of yams" and "pineapple all around".
|Travis Tritt sings it's a "Great Day to Be Alive". What does Judd say it's a great day for?||Judd, Cledus T.
It's a Great Day to Be A Guy. In this parody, found on Judd's "Cledus Envy" album, he sings about all the things he can do while his wife is away. Tritt's version was a number one hit on Billboard's Hot Country Songs in 2000.
|Instead of David Ball's fictitious soldier, who was Judd riding with in his parody of Ball's hit song "Riding With Private Malone"?||Judd, Cledus T.
Inmate Jerome. David Ball's "Riding with Private Malone" is a story about a a young soldier who buys a 1966 Corvette and finds a note from a Viet Nam veteran. Judd, in his parody buys a sky blue Cadillac with a wooden dashboard and a fur covered steering wheel and finds a note from the incarcerated Jerome.
|In 2000 what question did Judd ask in a spoof of the Toby Keith hit, "How Do you Like Me Now"?||Judd, Cledus T.
How Do You Milk a Cow?. Judd's lyrics tell a humorous story of a Calfornia "city sleeker" who is visiting rural relatives and has problems getting milk from a cow. This song appeared on Judd's 2000 album "Just Another Day in Parodies".
|What did Cledus "shave" in the 1998 parody of a Deana Carter hit?||Judd, Cledus T.
Back. In 1996 Deana Carter had a hit song when she, singing in the role of a love starved housewife, asked the question "Did I Shave my Legs for This"? Two years later, Judd, who sings to his wife on his anniversary that he bought a Mason jar of shine, clipped his toenails and trimmed his nosehairs only to have his romantic advances spurned asks "Did I Shave my Back for This?"
|What was the title of Judd's first Christmas album, released in 2002?||Judd, Cledus T.
Cledus Navidad. The album included some original songs like "Hazel's Homemade Hallejuah Punch". A few remakes of classics like "Grandma Got Ran Over by a Reindeer" and Ray Steven's "Santa Claus is Watching You" and even an acapella song sung in church hymn style entitled "Don't Serve Beans".
I Love NASCAR. Judd's parody "I Love NASCAR" hit number forty-eight on Billboard's weekly Hot Country Songs charts in 2004. Keith's "I Love this Bar" was a number one hit.
|What song does "Well I was born a country boy, raised on Haggard and Strait" come from?||What Did Cledus Say?
Hip Hop and Honky Tonk. An original song from the album "Did I Shaved My Back For This?"
|"But on our first date we could have a good time. If I got her on the moonshine" is from what song?
||What Did Cledus Say?
If Shania Was Mine. Parody of "Any Man of Mine" by Shania herself.
|"I'm sick and tired of her paw-paw, eatin' all of my bear claws" comes from what song?||What Did Cledus Say?
Indian In-Laws. Parody of Tim McGraw's "Indian Outlaw"
Ridin' With Inmate Jerome. Parody of "Riding With Private Malone" by David Ball.
My Voice. Parody of "One Voice" by Billy Gillman.
The Record Deal. This song is not a parody.
Plowboy. A parody of Kid Rock's "Cowboy" and the only song Cledus parodies that's not a country song.
Good bye Squirrel. Parody of the Dixie Chicks Goodbye Earl
Paycheck Women. A parody of Gretchen Wilson's "Redneck Woman."
I Love NASCAR. From the CD "Bipolar and Proud." A parody of Toby Keith's "I Love This Bar."