If drinking Don't Kill Me ( Her Memory Will). by George Jones
Drivin' Nails in my Coffin. by Floyd Tillman
On Tap, in a Can or in the Bottle. by Hank Thompson
Two More Bottles of Wine. by Emmylou Harris
Li'l Old Wine Drinker Me, by Lefty Frizzell
Jack Daniels, If you Please. by David Allan Coe
Drinking My Baby Goodbye. by Charlie Daniels Band
The Bottle. by Tammy Wynette
Out of Control. by George Jones
There Stands the Glass. by Webb Pierce
Don't Come Home a Drinkin' (with lovin' on your mind). by Loretta Lynn
Tonight the Bottle Let me Down. by Merle Haggard
Wine Me Up. by Jerry Lee Lewis
Bury the Bottle with Me. by Dick Curless
Pop a Top. by Jim Ed Brown
Two Six Packs Away. by Dave Dudley
Whiskey Six Years Old. by Norma Jean
Forgetfulness For Sale. by Vern Oxford
A Man Can Be a Drunk ( but a drunk can't be a man) by George Jones
A Six Pack to Go. by Hank Thompson
What Made Milwaukee Famous (has made a loser out of me) George Jones You're Still on my Mind. by The Byrds
Misery and Gin. by Merle Haggard
Put Me Out of My Memory. by Johnny Bush
Whiskey River. by Willie Nelson
I Buy the Wine. by Lefty Frizzell
Just One More. by Johnny Cash
Somebody Buy this Cowgirl a Beer. by Tanya Tucker
Treat Yourself Right. by Vernon Oxford
I'll Leave the Bottle on the Bar. by Johnny Paycheck
Sorrow on the Rocks. by Porter Wagoner
(I've got this) Drinkin' Thing. by Gary Stewart
I'm a Honky Tonk Girl. by Loretta Lynn
(I kept the wine) I threw Away the Rose. by Merle Haggard
Who'll Buy the Wine. by Charlie Walker
Swingin' Doors. by Merle Haggard
Heartaches and Hangovers. by George Jones
Pass the Booze. by Ernest Tubb
She's Acting Single (I'm Drinking Doubles). by Gary Stewart
Jim, Jack and Rose. by Johnny Bush
Bartender's Blues. by George Jones
Death at the Bar. by Kitty Wells
Backslider's wine. by Gary Stewart
There's a tear in My Beer. by Hank Williams
Warmth of the Wine. by Johnny Bush
Rye Whiskey. by Tex Ritter
Whiskey Trip. by Gary Stewart
Tennessee Whiskey. by David Allan Coe
Bar-stool Mountain. by Moe Bandy
Bubbles in My Beer. Bob Wills and his Texas Playboys
Whiskey Bent and Hell bound. by Hank Williams jr
White Lightning. by George Jones
Chug a Lug. by Roger Miller
Drunk and Crazy. by Bobby Bare
Sittin' And Thinkin'. by Charlie Rich
I Gotta Get Drunk. by George Jones and Willie Nelson
Power of Positive Drinkin'. by Mickey Gilley
Stand on My Own Two Knees. by george Jones
(if I could climb) The Walls of he Bottle. by David Allan Coe
Loser's Cocktail. by Dick Curless
Bluebird Wine. by Emmylou Harris
Why Am I Drinkin'? by Merle Haggard
Wino the Clown. by George Jones
Liquor Emotion. by Moe Bandy
I like Beer. by Tom T. Hall
Red, Red Wine. by Johnny Duncan
I'm Gonna Hire a Wino. by Lefty Frizzell
All my friends say by Luke Bryant
the good stuff by Kenny Chesney
Family Tradition, by Hank Williams Jr.
Backslidin' Blues, by Del McCoury
Daddy's Come Around, by Paul Overstreet
Goodbye Booze, by Hamish Imlach
Drinkin' Bone, by Tracy Byrd
Mornin' Booze Flu, by Chicago Kingsnake
Sick, Sober, And Sorry, by Lefty Frizzell
The Lord Knows I'm Drinkin', by Cal Smith
Drinkin' And Drivin', by Johnny Paycheck
You're The Reason God Made Alcohol, by Crabmeat Thompson
I Think I'll Just Stay Here And Drink, by Merle Haggard
I Say When I Drink What I Think When I'm Sober, by Roger Creager
Whiskey Lullaby, by Alison Krauss
The Best Of All Possible Worlds, by Roger Miller
Dang Me, by Roger Miller
Hard Headed Me, by Roger Miller
Sunday Morning Coming Down, by Kris Kristofferson
Choices, by George Jones
From The Bottle To The Bottom, by Kris Kristofferson
This Must Be The Bottom, by Del Reeves
The Whiskey Ain't Workin', by Travis Tritt & Marty Stuart
Beer, Bait, And Ammo, by Mark Chestnutt
NO! Some songs are sad, but not depressing.
some good songs are taylor swift our song and country music
He recorded some songs that would be considered "country", but in general, no.
Bartender Song (sittin at a Bar) By Rehab Ft. Hank Williams Junior
The high cost of living-Jamey Johnson
i think some would be: "sure be cool if you did" by Blake Shelton, or maybe "this is country music" by Brad Paisley
She use country music(country pop) and pop but she mostly use country than pop. yes she uses pop and country, but she also uses alternative some parts of her songs.
Some songs on yahoo music might have swearing in it.
Meditation music, maybe some Enigma songs and Native American tribe music sometimes.
Although i can't give you too much information about country music, I hope that what I can give you, will help with what ever you are trying to find or complete. 1. Country music originated among white people. 2. Most country songs are about love, or losing some one.
Many songs of Linkin Park do not have a music video. In fact some of these songs were very famous. Songs like Don't Stay, With You, etc. are some examples.
most country songs are appropriate and some kanye west and some rihanna songs
they are only a little bit similar because there are some artists who can mix pop and country, for example: Taylor Swift. She was first a country singer, but then she mixed both country and pop together to make the songs that she has now. I am not saying that all of her music is pop and country, some of it is just pop, and occasionally, just country :)
Oh she sings country but if shes stupid Hannah Montana she sings pop music! Miley Cyrus sings pop music. Her genre of music is popular among the younger demographics in America. Some of her songs are influenced by rock and/or country.
Hip pop and pop and some good country songs like hoedown throwdown!I love her songs and her voice.She is not my favorite singer in the world.
Some of the songs he sang were pop. But mostly he sang rock n roll, blues, rockabilly, country, gospel and R&B.
Its not really one genre of music. Some of the songs are heavy metal and some of the songs are rock and roll. (Plus its humorous)
The music station Y100 plays all types of songs. Some music genres that the music station Y100 play are rock, pop, country, jazz, hip hop and many more.
Some hurricanes have inspired songs, but that is about it.
Some songs arnt good
some songs do some songs dont if you view a song on amazon at the top of the page it will say what devices the music is compatible with
That is largely a myth.
It depends on what song they are listeningst to, some songs may convey a sad message leaving the listener feeling grief, and some songs are up beat making you want to dance while.
Drinking! Drinking! And some more drinking. Then we sing songs of mother russia! Plus we eat traditional foods like beefsteak geode!
She is a country artist, but as some songs you might hear on Contemporary Christian radio, such as Jesus, Take the Wheel.