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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by boobjob, Nov 13, 2011.
Faith Hill on Sunday night football on leather. Fucking HOT!
She sings the devils kind of music. So in that case, she can burn in hell for all I care
The devil's kind of music????:uhh:
Pardon my ignorance, but what exactly is the devil's kind of music??:shrug
I think he means country western.
However, much like Taylor Swift, I don't really consider her music deep seeded enough in gospel, blues, and soul enough to be considered country. She's more of a pop-country artist.
Now Wynona Judd, Dolly Pardon, Reba McEntire, Gretchon Wilson, etc... are my type of female country singers.
From my experience... people seem to hate rap, country, or the heavier genres of rock. I like all three of those genres. It isn't really surprising that someone would hate country music, however poppy it is, considering it's part of the most hated group.
I like Country music.....I like Faith Hill....if she sings the "devils kind of music"..then guess we know where Im going..lmao
I am also ignorant...What is exactly "the devil's kind of music"? I would agree with luv! I guess I will be joining her
A case of a lost smiley perhaps? Here it is :lol
It's funny that he called it devil's music. A plethora of country western songs are concerned with God. I mean country music is based off of gospel, the blues, soul, and some rock (which is based off of jazz and the blues).
I'm the devil, and I don't like Faith's music.
i don't watch football, didn't see her. but i do love how cosmics simple post has derailed the thread, lol
I can't stand country music....don't believe in the devil or god for that matter.
I prefer some good ole down home music like Saliva, Five Finger Death Punch, GodSmack, Rage Against the Machine..........
And Faith Hills getting a little long in the tooth.
Wow. I didn't know I would touch a nerve. I like all kinds of music. My point was that she looked fuckin sexy in tight black leather!
None of those bands listed are usually considered "good ole" or "down home". If we're talking about rock, Malene would be closer to that description than those bands. Southern rock ftw, the same with /threadjacks.