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Country Lyrics And Quotes By Charles Koppelman

I've always been a fan of country music. It's America's music - I love the songs, love the lyrics. — Charles Koppelman

Country Lyrics And Quotes By Garth Brooks

His eyes are cold and restless
His wounds have almost healed
And she'd give half of Texas
Just to change the way he feels
She knows his love's in Tulsa
And she knows he's gonna go
Well it ain't no woman flesh and blood
It's that damned old rodeo

Well it's bulls and blood
It's dust and mud
It's the roar of a Sunday crowd
It's the white in his knuckles
The gold in the buckle
He'll win the next go 'round
It's boots and chaps
It's cowboy hats
It's spurs and latigo
It's the ropes and the reins
And the joy and the pain
And they call the thing rodeo

She does her best to hold him
When his love comes to call
But his need for it controls him
And her back's against the wall
And it's So long girl I'll see you
When it's time for him to go
You know the woman wants her cowboy
Like he wants his rodeo — Garth Brooks

Country Lyrics And Quotes By Rick Moranis

There's a long tradition - certainly with country, but in all kinds of genres of music - to have humorous lyrics. Certainly with Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention and, if you look at country, Roger Miller and Jim Stafford. — Rick Moranis

Country Lyrics And Quotes By Sue Grafton

My problem with country music is that I try to avoid the very situations the lyrics lament. — Sue Grafton

Country Lyrics And Quotes By Yuval Noah Harari

While he originally sang about 'a coloured boy named Johnny B. Goode', under pressure from white-owned radio stations Berry changed the lyrics to 'a country boy named Johnny B. Goode'. As — Yuval Noah Harari

Country Lyrics And Quotes By Suzanne Brockmann

Robin didn't like that idea very much-Jules spending time with Adam? "I get jealousy too, you know. You used to be in love with him."

Jules turned his head to look at him. "That was before I knew what love really was". He smiled. "When I met you, Robin, God.... I had to redefine everything. You know, there was this country song my mother really liked. It used to annoy me, I was in my technopop phase, but lately I just... I find myself thinking about the lyrics all the time. That was a river, this is the ocean.... I thought I loved Adam, and I did, but... it wasn't even close to this incredible ocean that I feel for you". — Suzanne Brockmann

Country Lyrics And Quotes By Meredith Brooks

I've also been writing for other artists, producing other artists, doing some country stuff. Those lyrics I tend to leave more universal. — Meredith Brooks

Country Lyrics And Quotes By Collin Raye

Country music and the world will miss George Jones. He was someone who set a high standard in our industry for great music and lyrics that tapped into the emotions of the human heart at a very deep level. His music has touched the lives of country music lovers for over five decades. My prayers are with his family and I pray for the repose of his soul. May you rest in peace, brother. — Collin Raye

Country Lyrics And Quotes By Teal Ceagh

Kiss Across Time," she read. Well, that fit with the lyrics and Domhnall words. Domhnall lived through years of threat from enemies., the invasion of his country and the loss of his culture. His stories and epic poems were all full of death, glory, love, battles, dying and more... or would be, if she had ever been able to catch more than a glimpse of him from the corner of her eye, in research terms. — Teal Ceagh

Country Lyrics And Quotes By Alice Cooper

I'm not crazy about country-western music. But the lyrics are good. — Alice Cooper

Country Lyrics And Quotes By Hunter Hayes

Country music busts the wall between performer and audience. There's a connection because there's a vulnerability, a confessional quality, to so much of the songwriting. Those lyrics take you in. — Hunter Hayes

Country Lyrics And Quotes By Jimi Westbrook

You have the ability to write melodies and to put lyrics that mean something: to speak about life and what people are going through in their every day ups and downs, the good times and the bad times. Country music has always talked about life, I think; that's what I've always loved about it. — Jimi Westbrook

Country Lyrics And Quotes By Courtney Giardina

And we'll let the world dance around us while you lie here in my arms. The beat of your heart is all the music I need to hear. I spent my whole life searching for this melody, so I'll listen while I hold you near. — Courtney Giardina

Country Lyrics And Quotes By Desmond Child

I felt a kinship with country music, because country has lyrics that tell stories — Desmond Child

Country Lyrics And Quotes By Bryan White

I grew up with all kinds ofmusic, but my heart was particularly drawn to Country Music because of the guitar playing, the lyrics and of artists like Steve Warner and Vince Gill. — Bryan White

Country Lyrics And Quotes By Carrie Underwood

I bet all I had on a thing called love; guess in the end it wasn't enough. And it's hard to watch you leave right now; I'm gonna have to learn to let you go somehow. — Carrie Underwood

Country Lyrics And Quotes By Sam Hunt

I think of a song in terms of lyrics and stories, and that's what keeps it country for me. — Sam Hunt

Country Lyrics And Quotes By Barry Manilow

The melody seems to have gone to the country. The country music seems to still have melody and interesting lyrics. But pop music, you've got to really listen hard to somebody who's doing a good melody and a good lyric. — Barry Manilow

Country Lyrics And Quotes By Dolly Parton

Cause I am strong and I can prove it
And I got my dreams to see me through
It's just a mountain, I can move it
And with faith enough there's nothing I can't do
And I can see the light of a clear blue morning
And I can see the light of brand new day
I can see the light of a clear blue morning
And everything's gonna be all right
It's gonna be okay
[lyrics from "Light of a Clear Blue Morning"] — Dolly Parton

Country Lyrics And Quotes By Eric Church

Funny how a melody sounds like a memory. — Eric Church

Country Lyrics And Quotes By Laura Miller

Little girl, little boy
If love has a way
Fill their fields with laughter
And scatter the sun on their day
And if it should happen to rain
Make their raindrops kisses
Straight from heaven above
That touch their hands and faces
And that fill them with love
And make the moon reflect their smiles
And their stars plenty
And, above all, keep them together
And hold them as you may
Forever and ever
Until their last day. — Laura Miller

Country Lyrics And Quotes By The Script

Yeah, do it for your people
Do it for your pride
How are you ever gonna know if you never even try?
Do it for your country
Do it for your name — The Script

Country Lyrics And Quotes By Masha Gessen

One more thing: the regime is a show that conceals what in reality is chaos. What looks orderly and restrictive is in fact disorganized and inefficient. Obviously, this does not lead to order. On the contrary, people feel acutely lost, in time and space among other things. As everywhere in the country, a person does not know where to go with a particular problem. So he goes to the head of the detention facility. That's like taking your problem to Putin outside of jail. When we describe the system in our lyrics - I guess you could say we are not really opposed - We are in opposition to Putinist chaos, which is a regime in name only. When — Masha Gessen

Country Lyrics And Quotes By Al Stewart

Only two to three per cent of an audience is interested in words and pays attention to lyrics; most of the rest of it is about image or the beat or the sound, or else it's a tribal thing - country & western, rap, heavy metal, with historical folk rock off in some kind of cult. — Al Stewart

Country Lyrics And Quotes By Jenny Lewis

I find most modern country virtually unlistenable. I can't relate to the music or the lyrics. — Jenny Lewis