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Oh, Those Country Songs #3

written by: thaibob
 
If you've taken the first two quizzes in the series then you know that there are more weird and wonderful songs a-comin'. You won't believe that some of the artists actually wrote or sang these songs. Well, git out yor gittar an startaquizzin'.

Question 1:


"I've Been Flushed From the Bathroom of Your Heart" is performed on this artist's album recorded at Folsom Prison. You probably didn't know he sang this but a couple of his famous songs are "Ring of Fire" and "I Walked the Line". Who is this "Man in Black"?
Bill Monroe
Conway Twitty
Johnny Cash
Buck Owens

Question 2:


"My Give-a-Damn's Busted" was written and performed by an artist who is known for his ballads and novelty songs. His platinum albums include "Honky Tonk Attitude" and "Third Rock From the Sun". His longest running number one song is "Pickup Man". Methinks his name rhymes with a river running through Dublin. Who is he?
Toby Keith
Joe Diffie
Mark Chesnutt
Randy Travis

Question 3:


"You're the Reason Our Kids Are Ugly" was sung by Loretta Lynn in a duet with another country artist who was her longtime professional partner. If you remember the song "It's Only Make Believe" then you know this man who supposedly derived his stage name from a town in Texas and one in Arkansas. Who is this "Hello Darlin" singer?
Conway Twitty
George Strait
Jimmy Rodgers
Marty Robbins

Question 4:


"It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels" was originally recorded by this lady in 1952. Because of its content about women being led astray by men who were equally guilty of unfaithfulness, she was prevented from singing it at the Grand Ole Opry and the song was banned from NBC radio. She has been awarded the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award and is generally known as the "Queen of Country Music". Who is this talented woman?  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)
Dolly Parton
Tanya Tucker
Tammy Wynette
Kitty Wells

Question 5:


"Tequila Makes Her Clothes Fall Off" would seem to sound like a top ten song from Mexico but it reached number 1 on the US Billboard Hot Country Hits in 2005. Who was the money sounding man that sang it?
Don Henley
Blake Shelton
Pake McEntire
Joe Nichols

Question 6:


Here's a mouthful of a song title - "Dixie Rose Deluxe's Honky Tonk, Feed Store, Gun Shop, Used Car, Beer, Bait, BBQ, Barber Shop, Laundromat". His initials are T.W. Who sang it?
Trent Willmon
Taylor Ware
Tex Williams
Tom Wopat

Question 7:


Had too much beer? If so you might learn the lyrics to "I Never Went to Bed With an Ugly Woman (But I Sure Woke Up With a Few)". Although Willie Nelson recorded it, the song was written and first recorded by this artist whose career began in 1958. What is his name?
Kenny Chesney
Bobby Bare
Trace Adkins
Brad Paisley

Question 8:


Remember this short named song "I Was Looking Back To See If You Were Looking Back To See If I Was Looking Back To See If You Were Looking Back At Me". Do you also remember the colorfully named singer to whom it is attributed? If so, tell me.
Shane Yellowbird
Pat Green
Bryan White
Jim Ed Brown

Question 9:


His most famous song is "Mr. Bojangles" which is not about the famous dancer Bill Robinson. He later sang a song called "Up Against the Wall Redneck Mother" written by Ray Wylie Hubbard. He's one of those country artists like Ray Wylie Hubbard who uses his full name. What is it?
Tommy Shane Steiner
Jerry Jeff Walker
Ricky Van Shelton
John Michael Montgomery

Question 10:


Which of these is a real country rock group from the 70s?
Eggs Over Easy
Eggs of Aural
Cadet of Eggs
Eggs Before Atom

 


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