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O?The Ten Best Country songs

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  1. B682GX

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    Jesus Kicked Me Thru The Goal Posts of Life.
     
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    B682GX....that was David Alan Coe correct?
     
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    one mile over and two miles back, my heart was broke like a paper sack. About 45 years ago on a country station.
     
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    I get Tears in my ears, laying in my bed crying my eyes out over you ... Tim and Willie, WKEZ, 99.9 Phx ... WPT ... (YAC) ...
     
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    My wife ran off with the garbage man- I don't miss that woman, but someone got to empty my cans.
     
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    In no particular order: I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry - Hank Williams, A Country Boy Can Survive - Hank Williams JR, Hello Darlin - Conway Twitty, He'll Have To Go - Jim Reeves, Good Hearted Woman - Waylon Jennings, Green Green Grass of Home - Whoever's singing it!, She Thinks I Still Care - George Jones, Kiss An Angel Good Morning - Charley Pride, Okie From Muskogee - Merle Haggard, Always On My Mind - Willie Nelson<br><br>Juno
     
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    ANY list of top country songs would be less without the George Jones classic "He stopped loving her today"............JMO
     
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    "Eatin' Ain't Cheatin'" by Royce and Jeanie Kendall (with Slick Willie on the saxophone).
     
  9. shooter 50

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    Crazy by Patsy Cline need's to be in there somewhere. Your cheatin Heart by Hank William's SR.
     
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    Her Daddy was a bootlegger but I love her still
     
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    Friends in Low Places....sorta appropriate don't you think?
     
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    You know what happens when you play a cw song backwards? "Your truck is fixed, your broken heart is healed, your dog ain't dead and your girl friend comes back"

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    Southern rain by Mel Tillis, Miss Emily by John Connely, Kiss an angel Good Morning by Charlie Pride, The fighting side of me by Merle Haggard, The way I am by Merle Haggard, More then a name on a wall by the Statler Brothers, Back where I come from by Kenny Chesney, Leaving Lousianna in the Broad daylight by the Oakridge boys, Point of light by Randy travis, seas shores of old Mexico by George Straight, Famous last words of a fool by George Straight and about 20 others by George straight. Jeff
     
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    "The Ride"--David Allen Coe

    "Devil went down to Georgia"--Charlie Daniels

    "Six Days on the Road"--Dave Dudley

    "Phantom 309"--Red Sovine

    "Four Walls"--Gentleman Jim Reeves

    "Singin' the Blues"--Marty Robbins

    "Boy Naned Sue"--Johnny Cash

    "Where were you"--Alan Jackson

    "It's me again, Margaret"--Ray Stevens

    "King of the Raod"--Roger Miller
     
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    "I hit him hard right between the eyes, and he went down but to my surprise, he come up with a knife and cut off a piece of my ear".... "Things went fuzzy then things went blurry, then evrthang was gone.".... Take this job and shove it, I ain't aworkin here no more". "Father please forgive me, I can't make it without my man". "Someday the mountain might get'em but the law never will" How do you score out of 10 (song and artist) without Google? Cheers-Graham.
     
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    "If I can't be your Number One then Number Two on you." Roger Miller

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  17. Juno

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    OK K1W1, here goes. The first song is by Bobby Bare? Second is Wildwood weed. Third is by Johnny Paycheck. Fourth and fith I don't no?
     
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    what's next? the ten best rap songs? oz
     
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    Hi Juno, 4/10 by the looks. I've gotta admit to not being much of a country music fan, and like a lot of things the quick quiz is age dependent...someone aged between 40 and 45 might score quite well, but outside those parameters might struggle a bit. Cheers-Graham.
     
  20. Recoil Sissy

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    No disrespect intended but "best" and "country" are a contradiction of terms when applied to what some folks refer to as 'music'. : )
     
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