October 24, 2009
The banality continues. Read Part 1 here.
The Worst Singles of the Decade, Part 2: #40-#31
Kenny Chesney & George Strait, “Shiftwork”
A stab at the working class blues still ends up on a tropical island by the third verse.
Anita Cochran featuring The Voice of Conway Twitty, “(I Wanna Hear) A Cheatin’ Song”
In which a duet is formed from beyond the grave by chopping up bits and pieces of old Conway Twitty songs and reassembling them word by word.
Billy Dean, “Let Them Be Little”
Thirty seconds in and you’ll be headed to your dentist for a cavity filling.
Montgomery Gentry, “She Couldn’t Change Me”
Sorry boys, but “some hip-hop mess” would be a great improvement over this hillbilly trainwreck.
Sarah Johns, “The One in the Middle”
Does anybody really need this gesture explained to them for four minutes? The whole point of using it is so you don’t have to talk to the person.
Chuck Wicks, “Stealing Cinderella”
It’s hard to believe that you’re stealing Cinderella when you sing like you’re looking for Prince Charming.
Faith Hill, “The Way You Love Me”
If my wife could only grant me one wish, and she actually chose for me to see the way that I kiss, I’d grant her divorce papers in return.
Tracy Byrd, “Drinkin’ Bone”
Why come up with something original when you can just corrupt a nursery rhyme?
Jo Dee Messina, “Biker Chick”
She’s not just any plain old biker chick. She’s a biker chick chick, a biker chick chick.
Buddy Jewell, “This Ain’t Mexico”
You think he’s mad now? Wait until he gets to heaven and finds out God chose Pablo and Juanita to help pour out the rain.
Category: Decade in Review
Tags: Anita Cochran, Billy Dean, Buddy Jewell, Chuck Wicks, Conway Twitty, Faith Hill, George Strait, Jo Dee Messina, Kenny Chesney, Montgomery Gentry, Sarah Johns, Tracy Byrd
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