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It seems to me that country music has always been about the story, the words are most important. Every country song I've ever listened to have the singer up front, the lyrics unmistakably clear.
I was listening to K102 ( a country station) today and heard a song I could hardly make out every other word. Something about "wave on wave". Best of all, I loved the infectious beat of it. I pulled up to a stoplight today and young kids were giving me the look because of the sound level.
"And it came upon me wave on wave, you're the reason I'm still here."
Can't remember the name of the singer, but I seem to be able to understand it when I hear it, just can't remember all the words right now.
K102 -- Twin cities area eh? Prior Lake, myself.
Originally Posted by thorseshoeing
I've got a set of hand cuffs, ...and try as I might, I could not choke myself.
'Damn it, Otto, you're an alcoholic.' 'Damn it, Otto, you have lupus.' One of those two doesn't sound right.
Thanks so much. I have no idea what that means. But who cares? Every time it comes on I test the limits of the my stereo system in my F-150. Why is music better when it's loud? Has anybody got a good way to tweak a factory package?
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