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Question by tennesseedeerhunter. Uploaded on February 02, 2010
my first favorite song is country boy can survive by hank williams jr. my second is toes by the zac browns band.
IM A FISH !!!!!!!!!!!
She's Country by Jason Aldean
Any song by Alan Jackson
What can I say, he's a GA boy.
Man tough question, I think my favorites change every couple of weeks. overall throughout time I would say A country Boy can Survive #1...And I like Hell On the Heart by Eric Church..Anything with Jason Aldean, George Straight, Luke Bryan, Gary Allen I could go on and on but man Country Music is the best Mmmmm...
"What was I thinkin" by Dierks Bentley.
Too many to count. I'm a huge Redneck Rock star. Saw Tim and Faith at the local Chevron convenience store. Guess it would be "Live Like You Were Dying"...Tim McGraw.
Fan, not star. On my tour of the West, I saw Linda Evans near Apache Jct, AZ, Robert Redford in Telluride, John Anderson at a gunshow in Missoula, MT. I opened the gate for Gene Wilder at a yacht moorage near Seattle, and Chuck Norris stopped his Jeep in Alberton, MT when I was walking The Gypsy in a snowstorm. And guess what? None of them recognized me! Reckon I'll stay. I like it here!
The devil went to Georgia by Charlie Daniels
Cold, Cold Heart by Hank Williams
Slewfoot. It's bluegrass.
My three favorite are "I'm Gonna Miss Her" by Brad Paisley, "She Thinks My Tractors Sexy" by Kenny Chesney, and "Ain't Goin Down Till the Sun Comes Up" by Garth Brooks.
"Lovesick Blues", by Hank Williams.
High on a mountain tell me what you see there's bear tracks bear tracks looking back at me! Good song
I think "A Country Boy can Survive" alot of us can pretain to it. The whole song. catching cat fish to skinning a buck to mne this is the song for us!!!!!!!!
Maybe "Highwayman" or "Poncho & Lefty" - anything from Merle, Willie, Waylon, Cash, etc. or "Fire on the Mountain" by Marshall Tucker. Sorry, not the biggest fan of of most of the newer stuff.
"Christmas in Dixie" by Alabama.
Marty Robins "El Paso", and "Big Iron" taken from his album "Gunfighter Ballads and Trail Songs". I first heard that album in 1962 and I still like it.
bond fire ,shes country,International harvester, a little bit o life,ladys love country boys,my wish...
Any song like that and ya there are yankee country boys.
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