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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by Candela, Oct 22, 2015.
Thank you!! I needed that... missing her but this did make me smile
I love this song because it reminds me of my parents and aunts and uncles. My folks had several photo albums full of black and white pictures from the 1930s, '40s, and '50s along with many my dad had taken during WWII while in Europe.
After my dad's death, I took possession of the photos, which I love to go though from time time.
I used to listen to country music, until I heard the perfect country song. No reason to keep listening now.
I used to actually like this song until I had heard it so many times I wanted to shoot myself
Couldn't be all that bad....you're
I recovered quickly but it was touch and go for a little while
I do have a plenty of ammo if you feel the need after listening to that song again.
So, you got that going for you.
If you're gonna mention David Allen Coe, you can't leave out this timeless, classic, haunting ballad of love lost.....
I think I can handle the pressure this time, but thanks for the offer
7 pages of country music and nobody has mentioned "the king of country music". Oh no!
George Strait. I love him!
I can do some King George....how 'bout a little Troubadour?
I just love this guy..My kind of guy
I just recently heard of Parker Millsap. Pretty good stuff.
Don't wanna leave out a few of my fav women of country.....
(This is actually a cover of a Vern Gosdin song, but I don't care, Lee Ann can wail)
Just a few I love....but I ain't even got into Tammy, Patsy, Reba, or many others yet....
More from what I like to call my late night, "Bourbon sippin' and listenin' " evening....