Favorite Five Game

You know that part of the concert where the artist tries to get some audience participation going?

We’re gonna give that a try here.

My original idea was to start a “Favorite Five” feature, where every week we’d ask a different question.  Something like Favorite Five Songs by Artist X, Favorite Five Opening Album Tracks, Favorite Songs About Rain, etc.

Instead, I’m thinking we might be able to set a comment thread record if we turn it into a game.

Here’s how it works.  Each commenter posts their Favorite Five in response to the commenter before them, then creates a new Favorite Five for the next person to answer.  Try not to repeat categories too soon!

Let’s get this started with…

Favorite Five Dwight

Yoakam Albums

1. Gone

2. Under the Covers

3. This Time

4. Blame the Vain

5. If There was a Way

Next Category:  Favorite Five Tim McGraw Singles



  1. 1. I Need You
    2. Please Remember Me
    3. Angry All the Time
    4. Red Ragtop
    5. Watch the Wind Blow By

    Favorite Five Cover Singles (1980 – Present)

  2. 1. The Boxer by EmmyLou Harris
    2. Amarillo By Morning by George Strait
    3. Teach Your Children Well by The Red Hots (Suzy Boggus, Alison Kraus and Kathy Mattea
    4. Close Up the Honkytonks by Dwight Yoakam
    5. Unchained Melody by LeAnn Rimes

    Five Favorite Singles of 1991.

  3. Good year :)

    1. Carlene Carter, “Come On Back”
    2. Lorrie Morgan, “We Both Walk”
    3. Patty Loveless, “Hurt Me Bad (In a Real Good Way)”
    4. Reba McEntire, “For My Broken Heart”
    5. Trisha Yearwood, “She’s In Love With the Boy”

    Five favorite Patty Loveless singles!

  4. 1. You and Tequila

    2. The Last One to Know

    3. Everybody Knows

    4. You Can Feel Bad

    5. Other Side of Memphis

    Five Favorite Country Covers of Pop Songs

  5. 1. Landslide – Dixie Chicks

    2. Home – Blake Shelton

    3. Best I Ever Had – Gary Allan

    4. Hurt – Johnny Cash

    5. My Maria – Brooks and Dunn

    (No idea if that’s the right order, but they are five of my favorites)

    Let’s try Five Favorite Country Collaborations

  6. Let’s see if I can swing this:

    1. HE WAS MINE–Linda Ronstadt/Emmylou Harris

    2. TELLING ME LIES–Linda Ronstadt/Emmylou Harris/Dolly Parton

    3. JACKSON–Johnny & June Carter Cash

    4. C.C. WATERBACK–George Jones & Merle Haggard

    5. HIGHWAYMAN–Willie Nelson/Kris Kristofferson/Waylon Jennings/Johnny Cash

    Let’s try Five Favorite Songs by the Man In Black, Mr. Cash

  7. 1. “When the Man Comes Around”
    2. “Sunday Morning Comin Down”
    3. “Folsom Prison Blues”
    4. “It Takes one to Know One” (with June Carter)
    5. “Cocaine Blues”

    Five Favorite songs written by Kris Kristofferson.

  8. I like this idea.

    1. “Me and Bobby McGee”
    2. “Lovin’ Her Was Easier (Than Anything I’ll Ever Do Again)”
    3. “Help Me Make It Through The Night”
    4. “Why Me”
    5. “Nobody Wins”

    Five favorite songs written by Roger Miller.

  9. I’m in on Roger.

    “In the Summertime”
    “Dang Me”
    “King of the Road”

    Five Favorite Glen Campbell Songs

  10. Country Boy
    Wichita Lineman
    Dreams of an everyday housewife
    Gentle on my Mind

    Five Favorite songs written by Mac Davis

  11. In The Ghetto
    Don’t Cry Daddy
    Watching Scotty Grow
    Texas In My Rearview Mirror

    Five Favorite songs written by Alan Jackson

  12. Where Were You (When the World Stopped Turning)
    Better Class of Losers
    Here in the Real World
    Remember When
    Little Man

    Five Favorite songs written by Don Schlitz

  13. On the Other Hand – Randy Travis
    The River and the Highway – Pam Tillis
    The Gambler – Kenny Rogers
    He Thinks He’ll Keep Her – Mary Chapin Carpenter
    Almost Goodbye – Mark Chesnutt

    Favorite Five Closing Songs on an Album

  14. Catherine – David Nail
    Faith When I Fall – Kip Moore
    Family Feud – Pistol Annies
    Those I’ve Loved – Eric Church
    Hemingway’s Whiskey – Kenny Chesney

    Five favorite George Strait songs that did not go to #1

  15. Chill of an Early Fall
    Lovesick Blues
    I Can Still Make Cheyenne
    So Much Like My Dad
    Here for a Good Time

    Five country songs suitable for a drag queen performance

  16. “Amarillo by Morning”
    “Love’s Gonna Make it Alright”
    “What Do You Say to That”
    “Drinkin Man”

    5 Favorite 1980’s countrry band songs

  17. Ooh! Ooh!

    Man I Feel Like a Woman

    Why Haven’t I Heard From You

    Harper Valley PTA

    Romeo (group number)

    Blame It On Your Heart

    Five favorite Alison Krauss songs (non Union Station)

  18. 1) Forget About It
    2) Get me through December
    3) New Favorite
    3) Oh, Atlanta
    5) The Lucky One

    Five favorite Sara Evan Songs

  19. BTW, great idea Kevin. I’ve been reading along and am really enjoying the different perspectives on topics. Besides, where else are you going to find a list of George Strait songs followed by a list of drag queen songs?

  20. 1. three chords and the truth
    2. i thought i’d see your face again
    3. suds in the bucket
    4. cheatin’
    5. backseat of a greyhound bus

    five favourite “cowboy songs” by garth

  21. 1. “Much Too Young (To Feel This Damn Old)
    2. “Beaches of Cheyenne”
    3. “Whatcha Gonna Do With a Cowboy” (with Chris LeDoux)
    4. “Rodeo”
    5. “Wild Horses”

    Five favorite songs of heartache by Reba McEntire.

  22. 1. “Don’t Close Your Eyes” – Keith Whitley
    2. “She Don’t Know She’s Beautiful” – Sammy Kershaw
    3. “What She Is (Is A Woman In Love)” – Earl Thomas Conley
    4. “That’s More About Love (Than I Wanted To Know” – Ronna Reeves
    5. “It Must Be Love” – Alan Jackson

  23. I’m going to jump back and respond to “Five favorite songs of heartache by Reba McEntire”…

    1. Rumor Has It
    2. For My Broken Heart
    3. Somebody Should Leave
    4. One Promise Too Late
    5. The Greatest Man I Never Knew

    Five Favorite Artists you loved until they became a sell out…..

  24. 1.Carrie Underwood
    2. Jason Aldean
    3.Tim mcgraw
    4. Blake Shelton
    5.lady A

    favorite Songs about Murder

  25. The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia – Reba
    Ol’ Red – Blake Shelton
    Lightning – Eric Church
    Papa Loved Mama – Garth Brooks
    Goodbye Earl – Dixie Chicks

    Favorite CMA or ACM song of the year winners

  26. Ok. CMA:

    1. 80s Ladies – K.T. Oslin
    2. If I Die Young – Kimberly Perry
    3. Whiskey Lullaby – Bill Anderson and John Randall
    4. Where’ve You Been – Jon Vezner and Don Henry
    5. Always On My Mind – Johnny Christopher, Wayne Carson, and Mark James

    Five country songs you love, even though you know they’re terrible

  27. 1. Eighteen Wheels And a Dozen Roses – Kathy Mattea
    2. Forever And Ever, Amen – Randy Travis
    3. I’m Movin’ On – Rascal Flatts
    4. On The Other Hand – Randy Travis
    5. Chattahoochee – Alan Jackson

    5 favorite country covers

  28. 1. Patty Loveless – Crazy Arms

    2. Reba – Fancy

    3.Leann Rimes- I Can’t Be Myself When I’m With You

    4. Emmylou Harris – Making Believe

    5. Emmylou Harris – Lost His Love On Our Last Date

    5 Favorite Stars Who Should have hit it big but didn’t!

  29. 5 Favorite Stars That Didn’t Hit it Big…
    1. Keith Whitley (Bigger than he was)
    2. Rhonda Vincent
    3. Marty Stuart
    4. Joey + Rory
    5. Sunny Sweeney

    Five favorite songs about chasing your dreams.

  30. 5 songs about chasing your dreams.

    1. Dream Big – Ryan Shupe & the Rubber Band
    2. The Sound of a Million Dreams – David Nail
    3. Crazy Dreams – Carrie Underwood
    4. Even If It Breaks Your Heart – Eli Young Band
    5. Million Dreams to Go – Jessie Clark Funk

    5 favorite songs by foreign/non-American Artists.

  31. 1. lily allen (gb) – not fair
    2. keit urban (aus) – days go by
    3. michelle wright (can) – take it like a man
    4. blue rodeo (can) – bad timing
    5. truck stop (ger) – ich möcht’ so gern dave dudley hörn

    5 favourite songs with a jukebox in it

  32. Jukebox in My Mind – Alabama
    Please Mr. Please – Olivia Newton-John
    Man with a Memory – Joe Nichols
    Slow Swingin’ Western Tunes – Sunny Sweeney
    Don’t Rock the Jukebox – Alan Jackson

    5 favorite songs about Monday

  33. Come Monday – Jimmy Buffett
    Except for Monday – Lorrie Morgan
    Blue Monday – Delbert McClinton
    Long Monday – John Prine
    It Sure Is Monday – Mark Chestnutt

    5 Favorites about farming

  34. 1. Farm to Fame – Joey + Rory
    2. The Dreaming Fields – Matraca Berg or Trisha Yearwood
    3. Cafe On The Corner – Sawyer Brown
    4. Rain Is A Good Thing – Luke Bryan
    5. Farmer’s Blues – Marty Stuart and Merle Haggard

    Five favorite harmony vocals by a major country star (i.e. Patty Loveless on “When I Call Your Name”)

  35. Such a fun idea!

    1. Tim McGraw – Please Remember Me (w Patty Loveless)
    2. Tim McGraw – Angry All The Time (w Faith Hill)
    3. Trisha Yearwood – Let The Wind Chase You (w Keith Urban)
    4. Patty Loveless – Timber I’m Falling In Love (w Vince Gill)
    5. Martina McBride – Wrong Again (w Sara Evans)

    Top 5 Shania Twain songs (I had a better 5 list in my head earlier but now have no idea what it was!)

  36. Such a fun idea!

    1. Tim McGraw – Please Remember Me (w Patty Loveless)
    2. Tim McGraw – Angry All The Time (w Faith Hill)
    3. Trisha Yearwood – Let The Wind Chase You (w Keith Urban)
    4. Patty Loveless – Timber I’m Falling In Love (w Vince Gill)
    5. Martina McBride – Wrong Again (w Sara Evans)

    Top 5 songs by Canadian artists (Shania would definitely fit most of my list haha)

  37. Sorry, posted twice and I’m not sure why. Plus I came up with a better Top 5 list when I thought it wasn’t posting the first time!

  38. Hank Snow – I’ve Been Everywhere
    Shania – Forever and For Always
    Paul Brandt – I Do
    Terri Clark – Poor Poor Pitiful Me
    Carolyn Dawn Johnson – Georgia

    Next 5 – Top 5 off the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band’s Circle Albums

  39. “Fishin’ Blues” with Taj Mahal
    Favorite Five songs from the Nitty Gritty Dirtband’s Will the Circle Be Unbroken Albums:
    “Catfish John” with Alison Krauss
    “Goodnight Irene” with Willie Nelson and Tom Petty
    “I’ll be Faithful to You” with Emmylou Harris
    “Some Dark Holler” with Dwight Yoakam

    Favorite Five uptempo songs.

  40. I assume we’re limiting ourselves to the country genre on this. So, my favorite five uptempo tunes:

    Charlie Daniels Band – Texas
    Carlene Carter – Cry
    Rodney Crowell – Pipeliner Blues
    Emmylou Harris – Luxury Liner
    Robert Earl Keen – The Road Goes on Forever

    Next up: Favorite five songs involving phones

  41. Phones…

    1. Austin by Blake Shelton

    2. Calling Baton Rouge by Garth Brooks

    3. I Can Still Make Cheyenne by George Strait

    4. I May Hate Myself in the Morning by Lee Ann Womack

    5. Please Be San Antone by Sunny Sweeney

    Five favorite songs about pets and animals.

  42. 1. Tequila – Brooks and Dunn honor the worm
    2. The Pill – Loretta Lynn as the nest-destroying hen
    3. Roll Me Up – Willie sings with an animal, Snoop Dogg
    4. Old Shep – Elvis sings about the dog
    5. The Devil Went Down to Georgia – Charlie Daniels Band name checks the dog’s son

    5 country songs about virginity

  43. Drivin into the Sun – sherrie austin
    2. Innocence – Sarah Buxton
    3. Strawberry wine – deana carter
    4. New fool arcane old game – reba
    5. I wouldn’t go that far – reba

    Top 5 Janie Fricke Songs!

  44. 1. “I’ll Need Someone to Hold Me”
    2. “She’s Single Again”
    3. “He’s a Heartache (Looking for a Place to Happen)”
    4. “It Ain’t Easy Bein’ Easy”
    5. “Down to My Last Broken Heart”

    Five favorite Emmylou Harris albums.

  45. Five favorite Emmylou Harris albums.
    1. Cowgirl’s Prayer
    2. Quarter Moon in a Ten Cent Town
    3. Wrecking Ball
    4. Pieces of the Sky
    5. Stumbling into Grace

    Five Favorite Tragedy Songs.

  46. Big & Rich – Faster Than Angels Fly
    Blaine Larsen – How Do You Get That Lonely
    Brad Paisley – Whiskey Lullabye
    Joey & Rory – To Say Goodbye
    Randy Travis – Three Wooden Crosses

    Five Favorite Duets

  47. Five Favorite Duets: (off the top of my head)

    Murder on Music Row – George Strait & Alan Jackson
    Designated Drinker – George Strait & Alan Jackson
    If You See Him/If You See Her – Reba & Brooks& Dunn
    A Bad Goodbye – Clint Black & Wynonna
    Somewhere in the Vicinity of the Heart – Shenandoah & Alison Krauss

    Five Favorite Diamond Rio songs

  48. You’re Gone
    I Know How the River Feels
    Meet in the Middle
    In a Week or Two
    How Your Love Makes Me Feel

    Five favorite country concerts (and the album they were supporting)

  49. Five Favorite Country Concerts:
    (Mine’s going to be mostly mainstream stuff since it’s all I’ve really seen, and not all were supporting albums, but anyway.)

    1. Blake Shelton – Hillbilly Bone Tour (Being in the front row for the concert of your idol is hard to beat)

    2. Dierks Bentley – Up On The Ridge Tour (Love the bluegrass)

    3. Kenny Chesney – Sun City Carnival Tour, Greatest Hits II Album (My first ever country concert; Kenny is an amazing entertainer)

    4. Zac Brown – New Year’s Even Concert, You Get What You Give (A near 6 hour long Zac Brown and Friends jam session. Enough said)

    5. BamaJam 2010 (I know this isn’t a specific concert, but a three day country music festival where I got to see probably 20 shows was very memorable and fun)

    I’d like to hear your five favorite bluegrass flavored country albums (if that makes sense).

  50. 5 Favorite Bluegrass Flavors!

    Emmylou Harris – Roses in the Snow
    Ricky Skaggs – Sweet Temptation
    Carl Smith – Sings Bluegrass
    Earl Scruggs Revue – Anniversary Special
    Patty Loveless – Mountain Soul

    Five favorites about it being cold (wishful thinking!)

  51. Cold weather songs (I’m avoiding the obvious choices by not going with Christmas songs)…

    1. Rocky Mountain High by John Denver
    2. Coat of Many Colors by Dolly Parton
    3. Jacob’s Dream by Alison Krauss
    4. Colder Weather by the Zac Brown Band
    5. Is It Cold in Here by Joe Diffie

    Five favorite songs with a color named in the title of the song…

  52. Songs with a color named in the title:

    1. Little Big Town, “Little White Church”
    2. Lorrie Morgan, “Something in Red”
    3. The SteelDrivers, “Blue Side of the Mountain”
    4. Tim McGraw (or Ryan Adams, depending on my mood), “When the Stars Go Blue”
    5. Kelly Willis, “Red Sunset”

    It was mentioned in the post but no one has used it yet. Favorite songs about rain!

  53. Songs About Rain

    When it Rains- Eli Young Band
    Songs About Rain-Gary Allan
    Damn The Rain-Randy Rogers Band
    Let It Rain-David Nail
    Raining on Sunday- Keith Urban
    Blown Away- Carrie Underwood

    Favorite Songs (Co)Written by Hillary Lindsey

  54. Favorite Songs (Co)Written by Hillary Lindsey

    Someday When I Stop Loving You-Carrie Underwood
    So Small- Carrie Underwood
    Wasted- Carrie Underwood
    See You Again- Carrie Underwood
    Two Black Cadillacs- Carrie Underwood

    If she hadn’t co-written so many Carrie songs, “Lookin’ For A Good Time” would have definitely made the list :)

    Favorite songs about being happy/in love

  55. 1. always on my mind – willie nelson
    2. she’s in love with the boy – trisha yearwood
    3. i can’t stop loving you – ray charles
    4. john deere green – joe diffie
    5. woman like you – lee brice

    …this little game beats sudoku & a cup of coffee by a country mile

    5 favourite “one hit wonders”…

  56. Question: to be a “one hit wonder”, does the hit have to be top 40? According to wiki, Cowboy Crush had 1 song that peaked at #56 in ’05.

  57. 1. Rebecca Lynn Howard- forgive
    2. Anita Cochran- what if I said
    3. Terri Gibbs- sombodys knockin
    4. James Bonomy I don’t think I will
    5. Heartland – I loved her first

    Five favorite songs about death

  58. 1. Pistol Annies – Family Feud
    2. Brad Paisley – Whiskey Lullaby
    3. Garth Brooks – The Beaches of Cheyenne
    4. Reba McEntire – The Greatest Man I Never Knew
    5. Alan Jackson – Where Were You When The World Stopped Turning

    Favorite Trace Adkins songs

  59. Favorite Story Songs

    “The River” Chely Wright
    “The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia” Reba
    “Coal Miner’s Daughter” Loretta Lynn
    “He Stopped Loving Her Today” George Jones
    “El Paso” Marty Robbins

    Next: Favorite Country Awards Show Performances

  60. Favorite Country Awards Show Performances. SHAMELESS CLIP POST

    1. Alan Jackson, “Pop a Top / Choices” (CMA Awards)


    2. Keith Urban & choir of Katrina Gulf Coast victims, “Better Life / The Rising” (CMT Awards)

    (^ I so wish there were video of this somewhere on the web; does anyone else remember it?)

    3. Mary Chapin Carpenter, “Opening Act” (CMA Awards)


    4. K.T. Oslin, “Hold Me” (CMA Awards)


    5. Little Big Town, snippet of “You Belong With Me” (CMA Awards):


    Next: Favorite songs whose titles are questions (e.g. “What Made You Say That”)

  61. Question Songs:

    1. What Was I Thinkin’? – Dierks Bentley

    2. How Do You Like Me Now? – Toby Keith

    3. Does Fort Worth Ever Cross Your Mind? – George Strait

    4. Where Were You When The World Stopped Turning – Alan Jackson (I’ve noticed this one come up often in this thread)

    5. Didn’t You Know How Much I Loved You? – Kellie Pickler

    Next: Five songs that mention the state of Georgia.

  62. Great picks, Dan! I had heard of what Alan Jackson did at the 1999 CMAs, but I had never seen the clip until now.

    Alan Jackson is a class act.

    I saw Devin’s comment, but I’m just going to briefly slip in my own favorite question songs…

    Kathy Mattea, “Where’ve You Been”
    Dolly Parton, “Do I Ever Cross Your Mind”
    Patty Loveless, “How Can I Help You Say Goodbye”
    Emmylou Harris, “Where Will I Be”
    Trisha Yearwood, “Where Are You Now”

    Bonus pick: Shania Twain, “Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under” (Couldn’t quite narrow it down)

    Okay, back to Devin’s songs that mention Georgia :)

  63. 1. The Devil Went Down To Georgia – CDB
    2. Georgia Rain – Trisha Yearwood
    3. Georgia On My Mind – Willie Nelson
    4. What About Georgia – Miranda Lambert
    5. The Night The Lights Went Out In Georgia – Reba McEntire

    Five favorite Connie Smith songs

  64. A Picture of Me without You
    I’m your Woman
    It’s such a pretty world today
    Burning Bridges
    It Only Hurts for a Little While

    Five Favorite Barbara Mandrell duets

  65. Fancy
    The Night The Lights Went Out in Georgia
    Ring On Her Finger, Time On Her Hands
    You’re No Good
    Five Hundred Miles Away From Home

    last three are just good from Starting Over, I was pulling a blank.

    Next 5 greatest modern country pop albums

  66. Even though it’s already been answered I want to go back and add my five favorite Reba McEntire covers…

    1. “Please Come To Boston” – Dave Loggins
    2. “Cathy’s Clown” – Everly Brothers
    3. “You Remember Me” – Jesse Winchester
    4. “Angel In Your Arms” – Hot (Barbara Mandrell laterhad a top 10 hit with this song in 1985, but Reba’s recording comes from her 1977 debut album, just after the pop vocal group’s release of it.)
    5. “Night Life” – Ray Price

    Now, five favorite modern country pop albums

    1. Love On The Inside – Sugarland
    2. Trisha Yearwood – Inside Out
    3. Garth Brooks – In Pieces
    4. Tim McGraw – Set This Circus Down
    5. Reba McEntire – Rumor Has It

    Next: Five favorite Chely Wright singles.

  67. Five favorite Vince Gill cameos…
    1. I Will Always Love You with Dolly Parton
    2. The Heart Won’t Lie with Reba McEntire
    3. My Kind of Women/My Kind of Man with Patty Loveless
    4. I Keep Forgetting with Lee Ann Womack
    5. It’s Not Over with Mark Chessnut & Alison Krauss

    Five favorite songs written by Willie Nelson…

  68. 1. crazy – patsy cline
    2. you are always on my mind – willie nelson
    3. blue eyes crying in the rain – willie nelson
    4. whiskey river – willie nelson
    5. good hearted woman – waylon jennings/willie nelson

    five favourite waylon songs that didn’t make it on the biggest hits albums

  69. Willie didn’t write “Always On My Mind”. I’d have to look up who actually wrote it, but I know Brenda Lee and Elvis both recorded it before Willie. I always thought he wrote it too, since it sounds like a quintessential Willie Nelson melody and lyric, until I read his 1988 autobiography. He pointed out that his first recording of the song was as a duet with Merle Haggard. But Haggard didn’t like the song, so Willie recorded it solo.

    Also, “Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain” was written by Hank Williams mentor/Acuff-Rose Publishing co-founder Fred Rose. And “Whiskey River” was a hit for its writer Johnny Bush in 1972 before it became a signature song for Nelson from his 1978 Willie Nelson and Family Live album.

  70. Wayne Carson also wrote “The Letter,” which has been recorded about a zillion times.

    How about a new “Five” for fun?

    Favorite Five Country Song Lyrics (i.e. “I shot a man in Reno, just to watch him die” by Johnny Cash)

  71. “And I hate you some, and I love you some, but I miss you most.” (“On A Bus to St. Cloud”, Trisha Yearwood)

    “And the corn and the trees wave in the breeze as if to say goodbye”. (“The Dreaming Fields”, Matraca Berg)

    “Everything he gave to us took all he had.” (“The Greatest Man I Never Knew”, Reba McEntire)

    “In many dreams I’ve held you near, now at last you’re really here.” (“Where’ve You Been”, Kathy Mattea)

    “She put him out, like a burning end of a midnight cigarette.” (“Whiskey Lullaby”, Brad Paisley & Alison Krauss)

  72. Faded Love – Reba McEntire
    Pancho and Lefty – Miranda Lambert
    He Stopped Loving Her Today – Tim McGraw
    Make The World Go Away – Chris Young
    Take it Easy (if you’re willing to count the Eagles as country…) – Zac Brown Band

  73. Oh, and the next topic is: five favorite songs released by Nineties Ladies (Patty Loveless, Trisha Yearwood, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Pam Tillis, etc) within the last 10 years.

  74. 1. THEY CALL IT FALLING FOR A REASON–Trisha Yearwood
    2. ON WITH THE SONG–Mary Chapin Carpenter
    3. WRONG BABY WRONG–Martina McBride
    5. CRAZY ARMS–Patty Loveless

    Next topic: Favorite cover versions of Hank Williams (Sr.) classics.

  75. 1. There’s a Tear in My Beer – Hank Williams Jr/Hank Williams Sr
    2. Hey Good Lookin’ – Jimmy Buffett with Clint Black, Kenny Chesney, Alan Jackson, Toby Keith and George Strait
    3. Lovesick Blues – George Strait
    4. Move it on Over – George Thorogood
    5. Kaw-Liga – Charley Pride

    Next – five songs about texas

  76. 1. All My Ex’s Live in Texas – George Strait
    2. Blame it on Texas – Mark Chesnutt
    3. Texas Cooking – Guy Clark/George Strait
    4. Hearts are Breaking Across Texas – Aaron Watson
    5. I’ll Take Texas – Vince Gill

    Next up –> Five favourite songs recorded by Brad Paisley, but not written or co-written by him.

  77. 1. Whiskey Lullaby – from Mud on the Tires
    2. When I Get Where I’m Going – from Time Well Wasted
    3. Waitin’ on a Woman – from 5th Gear
    4. Is It Raining at Your House – from Mud on the Tires
    5. Out in the Parkin’ Lot – from Time Well Wasted (with Alan Jackson)

  78. Covers by George Strait:
    1. Today My World Slipped Away (Vern Gosdin)
    2. Nobody In His Right Mind Would’ve Left Her (a #25 hit for Dean Dillon in 1980)
    3. A Showman’s Life (Gary Allan)
    4. Wrapped (Bruce Robison)
    5. Come On Joe (Jo-El Sonnier)

    Songs that name other songs in the title or lyrics

  79. Songs that name other songs in the lyrics or title…

    1. Thank God I’m a Country Boy by John Denver (Mentions Sally Gooden, a folk song)

    2. Midnight in Montgomery by Alan Jackson (Mentions I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry by Hank Williams)

    3. When I Get Where I’m Going by Brad Paisley & Dolly Parton (Mentions Amazing Grace)

    4. The Night Hank Williams Came to Town by Johnny Cash (Mentions Jambalaya, Your Cheatin’ Heart and I Saw the Light by Hank Williams)

    (Tie)5. Some Beach by Blake Shelton (Mentions Magaritaville by Jimmy Buffet)

    (Tie)5. I’ll Be Your San Antone Rose by EmmyLou Harris (Mentions Always On My Mind by Willie Nelson)

    Five favorite songs by The Judds…

  80. 1. “Maybe Your Baby’s Got The Blues”
    2. “Why Not Me?”
    3. “Mama He’s Crazy”
    4. “Grandpa, Tell Me ‘Bout The Good Old Days”
    5. “Young Love”

    Next … five favorites by Ricky Van Shelton.

  81. “Rockin’ Years” (with Dolly Parton)
    “Life Turned Her That Way”
    “Statue Of a Fool”
    “Somebody Lied”
    “I Am a Simple Man”

    Five favorite Dolly Parton songs that were not released as radio singles.

  82. How about another category to keep the game going?

    Five favorite country music videos that were actually better than the song?

  83. I’m not making a whole list right now, and I’m not saying the video was better than the song, but everyone needs to check out the video for “Bulletproof” by Steel Magnolia. The song didn’t do very well on the charts, but the video is a lot of fun.

  84. …video (can we skip favourite for once? – don’t know what five bikini clips would do to my reputation here) better than the song:

    1. bob that head – rascal flatts
    2. she thinks my tractor’s sexy – kenny chesney
    3. back that thing up – justin moore
    4. ladies love country boys – trace adkins
    5. country folks – the lost trailers

    now let’s hear about those favourite alabama singles…

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