I can answer just about any question about lyrics or the artists who recorded the songs--80s and 90s country especially. I don't watch many new videos, but the older the video question, the more likely I am to be able to answer it.
I've been a country music fan for all of my 20+ years! I somehow have a knack for being able to remember all the words to all the songs (and who sang them for the most part) even though I can't carry a tune to save my life!
Juris Doctor. (So if I can't remember an answer off the top of my head, I have the research skills to figure it out!)
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Hi Sasha! I think your best bet would be to just play around on Google and see what you can find. Maybe look for the artists' fan club websites and contact information. I'm afraid I don't have any special
Hi Sasha! You could always reach out to the artists on Twitter, but I prefer Google when trying to uncover the meaning of songs. For instance, when you search "Take Your Time meaning", this is one of the
Hi Sasha! Great question! There are many of today's artists who write their own songs (and many who do not). Here are a few links to articles or blogs on that topic: http://m.axs.com/country-musicians-that-write-all-their-own-songs-46154
Hi Larry! I hadn't heard the song before you posted your question, but after a little digging, everything I can find on it says you're right! "She Sure Looks Good In Black" was written by Dale Dodson and
Hi James! While I'm sure it depends on who your target audience is, just based on longevity, "Sweet Home Alabama" would most likely be considered to be more popular. Read more about each song here: