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Best Country Song Ever?

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  1. WS-1

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    I don't know why, but I've always loved "Folsom Prison Blues."
     
  2. spritc

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    Anything from Patsy Cline.
     
  3. grnberetcj

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    I would think (opinion only):

    "Johnny Paycheck's "Take this job and shove it".....

    Pretty funny movie too..

    Curt
     
  4. crusha

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    You kidding me?
     
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    She Stopped Loving Her Today......




    No other is in the same league period.


    Guy B.
     
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    "You Never Even Called Me by My Name"

    David Allan Coe

    Self proclaimed to be the greatest county and western song of all time.

    Johnny Paycheck's "Take this Job and Shove It" was a cover of Coe's and they were both in the movie.


    Tim
     
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    Desperado...The Eagles

    Peaceful Easy Feeling...The Eagles...

    For The Good times...Ray Price (written by Kris Kristofferson)...

    ...and everything else mentioned above...hard to pick a favorite with so much wonderful music to chose from...JMHO
     
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    Toby Keith and American Soldier

    Oscar
     
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    "You Don't Know Me" and/or "Not that I Care", both written by Cindy Walker. (Give a listen to "Willie Nelson sings Cindy Walker." Martinpicker
     
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    Guy, I know you want to be politically correct, but I think the title is "He", not "She". Then again, in todays society, they could have changed it, for the more liberal types. Give Alene a hug. Butch from Pgh.
     
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    Crazy, Patsy Cline/Wilie Nelson. Nothing else comes close. But, I always enjoyed "Look'in for Love in All the Wrong Places."
     
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    LET ME SEE THEM.
     
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    Farewell Party by Gene Watson, then He Stopped Loving Her Today for number 2.
     
  14. guido

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    Blue Eyes Crying in the rain. Willie Nelson
     
  15. Garry

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    A couple of my favorites are:

    That Summer by Garth Brooks.

    I Ain't As Good As I Once Was by Toby Keith.
     
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    El Paso city, Marty Robins. and many others by him.
     
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    Anything by Metallica.
     
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    It just dont figure,David Allen Coe
     
  19. TIPPEDWAD

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    I was drunk the day my Ma got out of prison........
    I went to pick her up in the rain.

    But before I could get to the station in the pick-up truck
    she got run over by a damned old train.

    David Alan Coe sang that Steve Goodman wrote it,and can't nobody top it. It covers all the Country
    song requirements! Trucks, getting drunk, Mama and trains. Who could ask for
    anything more?

    Name "You Never Even Called Me by My Name"
     
  20. The Literalist

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    #1. Bottle let me down, Merle Haggard

    #2. "I got the hooooongries for your love and I'm waitin' in your welfare line."--Buck Owens

    #3. What's made Milwaukee Famous--Jerry Lee Lewis

    #4. Singin' the Blues--Several have done it, Marty Robbins' is good

    #5. Prop me Up Next to the Jukebox--(Can't remember)
     
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