Thursday, 11 August 2011

Top 25 Country Songs - Honourable Mentions

Dixie Chicks!

YEEHAW!! Howdy partners and welcome to It's My Kind of Scene's first genre specific countdown. We're heading to the Wild Wild West to look at the best country songs of all time. Yeah, so I'm dealing in random stereotypes because as you might have noticed... we don't really deal with country music much on here. That changes now! Starting tomorrow, we're counting down our 25 favourite country songs. Get ready for a world of despair, sadness and even a bit of love. As you should already know, country music is the music of pain. Who doesn't love a bit of pain? For now, here's some tracks that missed out... just to get you in the mood. The mood of pain. Can you class pain as a mood? I just did... deal with it.

Honourable Mentions

Dixie Chicks - Goodbye Earl (2000)

Best Line: "And it didn't take them long to decide... that Earl had to die!"

Loretta Lynn - Coal Miner's Daughter (1970)

Best Line: "Not much left but the floor, nothing lives there anymore."

Johnny Cash - A Boy Named Sue (1969)

Best Line: "And I said, my name is Sue. How do you do? Now your gonna die!"

Patsy Cline - Walkin' After Midnight (1957)

Best Line: "I'm always walking after midnight searching for you."

Dolly Parton - I Will Always Love You (1974)

Best Line: "If I should stay, well, I would only be in your way."

Stay tuned for the Top 25 Country Songs!

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