Tag Archives: country music

So proud of you, Alabama!

A bit late, but thank you, Alabama, for getting Doug Jones, a good man who will be wonderful for your state and for the entire country, to a seat in the Senate! I never cared much about state elections before, … Continue reading

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Hurt (Johnny Cash): depressing song about having BPD

Johnny Cash’s masterpiece “Hurt” is  actually a cover written by Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails,  and is probably the most depressing song ever about what seems to be Borderline Personality Disorder (probably with sociopathic tendencies).     The lyrics … Continue reading

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12 more songs about narcissists–part 2!

Originally posted on Lucky Otters Haven:
Due to the enormous popularity of my previous articles about this topic (both of which now appear at the top of page one of Google–thanks everyone for making these so popular!), I’m adding ten…

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“Hell of an Amen” by Brantley Gilbert

I know this type of music is just commercial pop-country, and probably manipulative as hell, but dammit, I don’t care — this song makes me cry. Preacher said he died too young Over there totin’ that gun For Uncle Sam … Continue reading

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I can’t get enough of this song.

Here’s a popular country pop song that has more meaning than most current offerings in this genre. I posted the lyric video because I think they’re special. There are those times in our lives we remember many years later because … Continue reading

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11 songs about Borderline Personality Disorder

Everyone who reads this blog knows I’m a huge music fan, so I thought I’d start a series of songs about the experience of being Borderline (or being in relationships with Borderlines), as I already have with songs about Narcissism. … Continue reading

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Sometime it’s little things like this that matter most.

My wonderful son sent me a link to this song, and here is what he said: If there was a song I could dedicate to my mom, it’s this one: This made my day. ❤ ❤ ❤ I'm also adding … Continue reading

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What’s your guiltiest pleasure?

Admit it. You have one. Mine is… wait for it… Bro-country! This video was meant to make fun of bro country (because it all sounds the same!) but if you’re like me, you’ll keep pressing play over and over! Credit: … Continue reading

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This is terrifyingly (and hilariously) accurate!

Following is a mindblowing video showing how six recent bro-country hits ALL SOUND EXACTLY THE SAME. In addition, the lyrics almost always involve a scantily dressed country girl (always named “Girl” and always dressed in cutoff jeans, daisy dukes, or … Continue reading

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“Also a Fox” reviews the 12 worst songs of 2014 on “Radio Recall”

My son a/k/a Also A Fox, has a music video show called “Radio Recall.” This video, originally posted on his channel on Youtube but due to their draconian copyright infringement rules, had to be moved to Vimeo. When he did … Continue reading

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