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Country Song Titles

by Amanda Flinner

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If "She Thinks My Tractor's Sexy" sounds like a crazy song title, you ain't seen nothing yet. Country music has a long history of saddling songs with titles that make even the genre's most faithful fans do a double take. Can you spot the real titles?

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  • Keith Williams from Des Moines IaThe box he comes home in, will be all satin lined- Wanda Jackson
  • Mike from Maryland"If My Heart Had an Ass I'd Kick It"
  • Don from OklahomaRay Stevens: "Get Your Tongue Outta My Mouth 'Cause I'm Kissing You Goodbye"
  • Martin from Toronto"I've Been Flushed From The Bathroom Of Your Heart." -- Johnny Cash
  • Rob Orick Alias "robgems68" from Oxford MichiganMy all Time Favorite Ridiculous Country Western Song Title: "She Broke My Heart At Walgreen's" By Homer & Jethro (Henry Haines And Kenny Burns In Reality.)
  • Martin from Toronto"I've Got Tears in My Ears From Lying On My Back In My Bed While I Cry Over You."
  • Matin from Toronto"My Head Hurts, My Feet Stink, and I Don'y Love Jesus."
  • Wendy from WisconsinI guess "Here's a Quarter (Call Someone Who Cares)" has shown up in too many of these "are they real?" quizzes, huh?
  • Martin from Toronto."Did I Shave My Legs For This?"-Deana Carter
    "Don't Strike a Match (to the Book of Love)."-Hal Ketchum
    "How Come Your Dog Don't Bite Nobody But Me".-Mel Tillis
    "My Head Hurts, My Feet Stink, and I Don't Love Jesus."-Jimmy Buffett
  • Jim from Mobile, AlThis was a hoot. The comments are just as good. There are a few you missed. "She's acting single and I'm drinking doubles", "If I can't be number one with you then number two on you" and my personal favorite "If I shot you when I wanted, I'd be out by now".
  • Jared Ganbarg from Arlington Heights, IlI'm Keeping Your Poop // Hayseed Dixie
  • Peter from UsaFlushed from the Bathroom of Your Heart - J. Cash
  • Charlene from KyIt's Hard To Kiss The Lips At Night That Chewed Your Ass All Day co written and recorded by Rodney Crowell & Vince Gill
  • Louise from North CarolinaHow about, "If I kiss you will you go away cause you're the biggest hurt I've got"...
  • Roger Carver from LondonNice idea for a quiz. Well done.
    And of course the seasonal offering featuring Joseph's role in the Nativity. 'it wasn't his child'. But we all knew that, surely?
  • Jeff Adler from Utica, NebraskaBut now that those ideas have been thrown out to the public, I'd bet that somebody out there can write a Top Ten Grammy Nominated Country Song from the "fictional ones".
  • Jim from North Billerica, MaThis was a fun quiz. A few other great country song titles are "You ain't much fun since I've quit drinkin'",
    "She's acting single and I'm drinking doubles", "Mama, get the hammer, there's a fly on papa's head"
    "If You Won't Be My Number One, Then Number Two On You " "She Got The Ring and I Got The Finger "
    "Got In At 2 With a 10, And Woke Up At 10 With a 2"
  • K.c. from NhSome other great country titles include: "If I Said You Had a Beautiful Body Would You Hold It Against Me", "All My Exes Live In Texas", "Uneasy Rider", "Are You Gonna Kiss Me Or Not", and "Trashy Women".
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