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154 Country Songs That Ask a Question in the Title

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Country music is filled with songs that ask a question in the title. How many can you think of?  How many of these country songs do you recognize?

Country music is filled with songs that ask a question in the title. How many can you think of? How many of these country songs do you recognize?

Country Songs That Pose Questions in Their Titles

Song titles can be ambiguous or crisply descriptive. They can be brief or unwieldy. However, the ones that often tend to get remembered the best are those that ask a question, especially if the question is unusual, funny, or mirrored in the song's hook. Country songs are replete with song titles that pose questions. How many of these songs can you name? Hold on to your cowboy hat because we look at a long list of country tunes with questions in their titles.

1. "Are You Gonna Kiss Me or Not?" by Thompson Square (2010)

In this fun country ditty, a shy guy tries to find the nerve to express his attraction for the girl he loves. Rather than waiting for him to muster the courage, she takes the lead by asking him, "Are you gonna kiss me or not?" The young woman teases him that if he doesn't make his move, he's going to miss his shot. As their love story progresses through engagement and a marriage ceremony, the gal continues to be the one who prods her man along with this question. Somebody had to make a move!

2. "What If I Never Get Over You?" by Lady Antebellum (2019)

Broken hearts are supposed to hurt. That's how you can tell the healing has begun. However, this song explores the difficulty of being emotionally stuck, unable to wade through the pain to the other side, where an equally fulfilling love relationship awaits.

The narrators hope they can meet someone new and mend an ailing heart. Unfortunately, they keep coming back to the question, "What if I never get over you?" As they run through several what-ifs, it becomes clear that they have unfinished business with one another:

What if I never get over ... ?
What if I never get closure?
What if I never get back all the wasted words I told you?
What if it never gets better?
What if this lasts forever and ever and ever?

Sometimes you need to set pride aside and run back after the one you love. Decide what's truly in your heart, then go for it!

3. "Who's Your Daddy?" by Toby Keith (2002)

One part funny, one part sleaze factor, this country hit features a narrator talking to his sexy young love interest. Because he's a man with both means and hormonal needs and she's a lonely woman down on her luck, the narrator suggests a "sugar daddy" arrangement with the question, "Who's your daddy?" He's tired of having her string him along as a back-up lover, only turning to him when there's trouble in her love life with her college boyfriends.

4. "Don't You Want to Stay?" by Jason Aldean (featuring Kelly Clarkson) (2010)

This country power ballad became a mainstream crossover hit. The narrators are two lovers struggling with the challenge of finding a romantic connection and making it work. The couple is reluctant to move too quickly in their fledgling relationship. However, after a magic goodbye kiss, they share a tantalizing invitation to move their romance to the next level with an all-night spooning and sleepover session.

5. "Where Were You (When the World Stopped Turning)?" Alan Jackson by (2001)

Who could possibly forget their whereabouts and what they were doing on that fateful September day in 2001 when terror struck American soil? This country-pop crossover tune poignantly captures the pain, disbelief, and anger felt by all of those who watched helplessly as the plane struck the Twin Towers.

The song describes people's attempts to cope and process the deep and graphic losses incurred by our country as we struggled to make sense of the event. I'll never forget the images of people holding hands and jumping to their deaths. Nearly 3,000 innocent lives were lost that day. Alan Jackson wrote the song based on his own heart-wrenching reactions to 9/11. He won his first Grammy Award for this hit song.

6. "If I Said You Had a Beautiful Body, Would You Hold It Against Me?" by The Bellamy Brothers (1979)

The humorous pick-up line in this country-pop crossover song is based on an old Groucho Marx quote. The lyrics center around a silver-tongued devil who prefers to skip the small talk and instead say what's on his oversexed mind. I've always wondered what the lady's reaction was. Did his forward approach work, or did he get slapped instead?

7. "Who Says You Can't Go Home?" by Bon Jovi and Jennifer Nettles (2006)

Those who grew up in a small town understand wanting to run for the county line once they are on their own. Such young people assume they'll keep going and never look back.

After spending 20 years in his hometown, the guy in this country song wanted to explore the world, seeking new adventures with new people far from home. Then he surprised himself by wanting to return to the place where he was known and accepted as a card-carrying member of the local community. "Who says you can't go home?" he asks.

8. "Do You Want Fries with That?" by Tim McGraw (2005)

In this 2005 country ditty, Tim McGraw is a middle-aged adult working fast food. He serves up hamburgers with a side of hard-earned bitterness. The narrator is confronted at the drive-thru window with the new man in his ex-wife's life. Right or wrong, he blames his replacement for all his troubles.

Unfortunately, the narrator is consigned to live in a tent and work two jobs so he can send support checks to his ex and feed himself. Stuck with serving fast food to his wife's new dude, all he can do is conjure up wishes of illness and bad luck.

9. "Do You Wanna Go to Heaven?" by T.G. Sheppard (1980)

One thing I really loved about country music of the 1980s was the double entendres. The man in this classic ditty uses a question that can be taken two ways: religiously or sexually.

At age 10, he first encounters a river baptism which should help get him into the spiritual afterlife. Then he describes a high school dance and engaging in a heavenly first-time experience with a girlfriend. Finally, as an adult, the hears the suggestive question from a woman at the bar as she proposes a one-night stand:

She said, "Do you wanna go to heaven?"
And I said, "Yeah, just lead me on"
"Take my hand, can you feel that feelin'?"
And I said, "Yeah just lead me on."

10. "How Do You Get That Lonely?" by Blaine Larsen (2005)

An 18-year-old boy's death by suicide was just another news story on the second page of the local paper, but it impacted this song's narrator deeply. Troubled by the young man's choice, the narrator speculated about the possible motivations for the boy's suicide. Was it a breakup, problems with substance abuse, or perhaps conflict with his parents? Importantly, the man also wondered why. Anyone who has lost someone in their lives to suicide knows that "why" is the hardest question to wrap your head around, and there's no good answer:

How do you get that lonely?
How do you hurt that bad?
To make you make the call?
That havin' no life at all
Is better than the life that you had?

11. "Who Are You When I'm Not Looking?" by Blake Shelton (2010)

Each of us possesses both a public face to present to the world and a private identity representing the "real" us. In this chart-topping country ballad, the narrator wonders who his love interest is beneath her veneer.

He wants a glimpse into her habits, how she handles stress, and how she unwinds. As their relationship develops further, he'll likely discover those answers. Love begins as an enchanting mystery and becomes comfortable and familiar, like a well-worn pair of slippers.

12. "Why Not Me?" by The Judds (1984)

Wynonna Judd and her mother Naomi made a big splash on the country music scene in the 1980s and were consistently the top duo in the industry. Then, Naomi's Hepatitis C forced her to retire in 1991. Their second number one on the country charts was this catchy song which asks a question, "Why not me?"

The tune's narrator addresses a friend and love interest who has been searching for love everywhere. In a nonconfrontational manner, she suggests that the love he's been looking for is right under his nose, patiently waiting.

13. "What Part of No (Don't You Understand)?" by Lorrie Morgan (1992)

Please, fella, just leave the woman alone. In this sassy hit song, Lorrie Morgan is a lady just trying to unwind with a drink.

The woman is sitting at the bar minding her own business, but a guy with a one-night stand on his mind keeps attempting to chat her up. Rather than take "no" for an answer, Mr. Persistent doubles down, orders her a drink and tries again. His unwanted attention prompts her to brusquely ask, "What part of no don't you understand?"

14. "Who's Cheatin' Who?" by Alan Jackson (1997)

The poor fella in this fun country hit felt duped by a no-good, two-timing cheater. Although he's upset about it, he finds cold comfort in knowing that lots of people are stepping out on those they gave their love and commitment to. You just never know who's cheatin' who and who's being true.

On his way to becoming a living legend in country music, Alan Jackson had some infidelities of his own. His wife and high school sweetheart, Denise, published a book in 2007 about how she forgave his adultery so that they could save their marriage.

15. "How Can I Help You Say Goodbye?" by Patty Loveless (1994)

If you don't get a lump in your throat with this sad tune then you need to check your pulse. A mother with a well of empathy tries to assist her daughter with loss experiences as the daughter must say goodbye to important people in her life.

Three goodbyes are highlighted:

  • the family moves away from the young daughter's best friend when she is a child
  • the daughter separates from her husband as an adult, and
  • the mother passes away

In each case, the mother lovingly asks how she can help her daughter adjust to the inevitable changes of life.

16. "Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under?" by Shania Twain (1995)

Having recently discovered her lover's infidelity, the female narrator confronts him with his list of side-chicks. She knows about Lolita, Rita, Jill, Beverly Hill, Louise, Denise ... are there more?. Demanding an answer to the question, "Whose bed have your boots been under?" Shania has a come-to-Jesus with her man, threatening to leave him if he doesn't confess. Sadly, Shania later discovered that her own husband, record producer Mutt Lange, had been keeping his boots under the bed of her married best friend.

17. "Would You Go with Me?" by Josh Turner (2006)

There's a man in love in this twangy country chart topper, and more than anything he wants his sweetheart to spend forever with him. He uses a string of lovely hypotheticals and asks her to marry:

If I gave you my hand would you take it
And make me the happiest man in the world?
If I told you my heart couldn't beat one more minute without you, girl
Would you accompany me to the edge of the sea?

18. "Why'd You Come In Here Lookin' Like That?" by Dolly Parton (1989)

A woman spots her ex in a bar and instantly regrets their breakup because he's looking so H-O-T! That cowboy with the wanderin' eye may have been a hard-hearted cheater but he can sure squeeze his patootie into painted-on jeans. As he's out on the dance floor slow dancing with every girl who will have him, the narrator feels jealous. She asks, "Why'd you come in here lookin' like that?"

19. "Can I Trust You With My Heart" by Travis Tritt (1992)

Having been hurt before, the tenderhearted man in this love ballad embarks on his new romance with hesitation, asking, "Can I trust you with my heart?" He has met someone special and is already feeling tingly about love. However, he recognizes that reality and romance can be very different. Before he goes all in with his heart he needs to know whether she can handle the heavy emotional baggage that he carries.

20. "What's Your Mama's Name?" by Tanya Tucker (1973)

A country music star since the age of 13, Tanya Tucker dazzles with this sad hit song that recounts the tale of a man trying to find the daughter he never knew. Buford Wilson traveled to Memphis in search of a prior love interest. He had dated her in New Orleans, and she had borne his child. Buford spends a decade attempting unsuccessfully to locate them. Crestfallen, he becomes a drunkard.

In an unfortunate twist of fate, Buford is jailed after being mistakenly labeled a child predator. His attempts to use candy to pry information from a young girl regarding her mother's identity were grossly misunderstood. As a result, Buford dies a homeless alcoholic, and in his coat a note reveals that the green-eyed child was indeed his daughter.

Even More Country Songs With Questions in the Title

Do you know of a country song with a question in its title that should be on this playlist? Make a suggestion in the Comments Section below.

SongArtistYear Released

21. How Do You Like Me Now?

Toby Keith

1999

22. Is Anybody Going to San Antone?

Charley Pride

1970

23. What Do You Say?

Reba McEntire

1999

24. How Do I Live?

Leann Rimes

1998

25. Who's That Man?

Toby Keith

1994

26. Have You Forgotten?

Darryl Worley

2003

27. Are You Happy Now?

Rascal Flatts (featuring Lauren Alaina)

2017

28. What the Hell Did I Say?

Dierks Bentley

2016

29. Could I Have This Dance?

Anne Murray

1980

30. What Do You Want?

Jerrod Niemann

2010

31. Are You Sure?

Kacey Musgraves (featuring Willie Nelson)

2015

32. What Is Truth?

Johnny Cash

1970

33. Am I the Only One?

Dierks Bentley

2011

34. Does He Love You?

Reba McEntire (featuring Linda Davis)

1993

35. Who Loves You Better?

Lyle Lovett

1996

36. Do I Make You Wanna?

Billy Currington

2017

37. Do You Believe Me Now?

Jimmy Wayne

2008

38. Where've You Been?

Kathy Mathea

1989

39. Who's Your Farmer?

Chris Janson

2017

40. Why?

Jason Alean

2006

41. How Was I to Know?

John Michael Montgomery

1992

42. How Do You Fall In Love?

Alabama

1998

43. What Keeps You Up at Night?

Lee Brice

2017

44. Then What?

Clay Walker

1999

45. Did I Shave My Legs for This?

Deana Carter

1997

46. Is There Life Out There?

Reba McEntire

1991

47. How Am I Doin'?

Dierks Bentley

2005

48. Who Needs Pictures?

Brad Paisley

1999

49. Have You Left the One You Left Me for?

Crystal Gayle

1979

50. How Strong Are You Now?

Rascal Flatts

2007

51. Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way?

Waylon Jennings

1975

52. What Was I Thinkin'?

Dierks Bentley

2003

53. Remember When?

Alan Jackson

2003

54. Where Was I?

Ricky Van Shelton

1994

55. Does That Blue Moon Ever Shine on You?

Toby Keith

1996

56. How Do You Sleep at Night?

Wade Hayes

1998

57. What If It's You?

Reba McEntire

1995

58. Who Wouldn't Want to Be Me?

Keith Urban

2003

59. When Did You Stop Loving Me?

George Strait

1993

60. Baby, What About You?

Crystal Gayle

1983

61. Why Wait?

Rascal Flatts

2010

62. Why Don't We Just Dance?

Josh Turner

2009

63. Didn't You Know How Much I Loved You?

Kellie Pickler

2010

64. What Do You Say to That?

George Strait

1999

65. Are Your Eyes Still Blue?

Shane McAnally

1999

66. How Can I Unlove You?

Lynn Anderson

1971

67. Why Didn't I Think of That?

Doug Stone

1993

68. Why, Why, Why?

Billy Currington

2006

69. Why Don't We Just Sleep on It Tonight?

Glen Campbell (featuring Tanya Tucker)

1981

70. What About Now?

Lonestar

2000

71. Do You Love as Good as You Look?

The Bellamy Brothers

1981

72. What Do You Want from Me This Time?

Foster & Lloyd

1988

73. Why Would I Say Goodbye?

Brooks & Dunn

1997

74. How Do I Turn You On?

Ronnie Milsap

1987

75. What Kind of Girl Do You Think I Am?

Loretta Lynn

1967

76. What If?

Reba McEntire

1998

77. What About Me?

Kenny Rogers (featuring Kim Carnes and James Ingram)

1984

78. What'll You Do About Me?

Doug Supernaw

1995

79. Would You Lay with Me?

Tanya Tucker

1974

80. What Were You Thinkin'?

Little Texas

1993

81. How Do I Get There from Here?

Deana Carter

1997

82. What's Going On In Your World?

George Strait

1989

83. Who Needs You Baby?

Clay Walker

1995

84. Why Lady Why?

Gary Morris

1984

85. Why Don't You Spend the Night?

Ronnie Milsap

1980

86. What's In It for Me?

John Berry

1994

87. Do I Ever Cross Your Mind?

Dolly Parton (featuring Emmylou Harris and Linda Ronstadt)

1999

88. Is It Still Over?

Randy Travis

1989

89. Is It Over Yet?

Wynonna Judd

1994

90. When Something Is Good Why Does It Change?

Hank Williams Jr.

1987

91. What'll You Do When I'm Gone?

Waylon Jennings

1986

92. Where Can I Surrender?

Randy Travis

2000

93. Is It Cold In Here (Or Is It Just You)?

Joe Diffie

1992

94. How Do You Feel About Foolin' Around?

Kris Krisofferson (featuring Willie Nelson)

1984

95. Where Do I Fit In the Picture?

Clay Walker

1994

96. Does My Ring Hurt Your Finger?

Charley Pride

1967

97. Do You Know Where Your Man Is?

Pam Tillis

1993

98. I Wonder Do You Think of Me?

Keith Whitley

1989

99. What Kind of Fool Do You Think I Am?

Leroy Parnell

1992

100. Why Haven't I Heard from You?

Reba McEntire

1994

101. Are You Ever Gonna Love Me?

Holly Dunn

1989

102. Are You Lovin' Me Like I'm Lovin' You?

Ronnie Milsap

1991

103. (Who Says) You Can't Have It All?

Alan Jackson

1994

104. Whatever Happened to Old Fashioned Love?

B.J. Thomas

1983

105. Whatcha Gonna Do with a Cowboy?

Chris LeDoux

1992

106. Can I Count on You?

McBride and The Ride

1991

107. Can I See You Tonight?

Tanya Tucker

1981

108. Wher'm I Gonna Live?

Billy Ray Cyrus

1992

109. Who's Gonna Take the Garbage Out?

Loretta Lynn (featuring Earnest Tubb)

1969

110. Where Did I Go Wrong?

Steve Wariner

1989

111. Where Are You Now?

Clint Black

1991

112. Shouldn't It Be Easier Than This?

Charley Pride

1988

113. How Can I Leave You Again?

John Denver

1977

114. Who You Gonna Blame It on This Time?

Vern Gosdin

1989

115. Who's Gonna Fill Their Shoes?

George Jones

1985

116. What Would Your Memories Do?

Vern Gosdin

1984

117. Don't We All Have the Right?

Ricky Van Shelton

1988

118. Do I Have to Draw a Picture?

Billy Swan

1981

119. Is It Wrong for Loving You?

Sonny James

1974

120. Will It Be Love By Morning?

Michael Martin Murphey

1984

121. Where Do I Put Her Memory?

Charley Pride

1979

122. Which Way Do I Go (Now That I'm Gone)?

Waylon Jennings

1989

123. Will the Wolf Survive?

Waylon Jennings

1986

124. Who's Leaving Who?

Anne Murray

1986

125. Does She Wish She Was Single Again?

The Burrito Brothers

1981

126. What Are We Doin' In Love?

Dottie West

1981

127. How 'Bout You?

Eric Church

2006

128. Does Fort Worth Ever Cross Your Mind?

George Strait

1985

129. Are You Still in Love with Me?

Anne Murray

1987

130. What Am I Gonna Do (With the Rest of My Life)?

Ronnie Milsap

1983

131. Don't You Think This Outlaw Bit's Done Got Out of Hand?

Waylon Jennings

1979

132. What's on Your Mind?

John Denver

1979

133. Don't You Know How Much I Love You?

Ronnie Milsap

1983

134. What Am I Going to Do About You?

Reba McEntire

1986

135. Why Do We Want What We Know We Can't Have?

Reba McEntire

1983

136. Don't You Ever Get Tired (Of Hurting Me)?

Willie Nelson and Ray Price

1981

137. Are You on the Road to Lovin' Me Again?

Debby Boone

1980

138. Are the Good Times Really Over?

Merle Haggard

1982

139. Why Do I Have to Choose?

Willie Nelson

1983

140. Are You Happy Baby?

Dottie West

1981

141. Why Can't He Be You?

Loretta Lynn

1977

142. Have You Ever Been Lonely?

Patsy Cline and Jim Reeves

1981

143. What Are We Doin' Lonesome?

Larry Gatlin and The Gatlin Brothers Band

1981

144. Why Baby Why?

Charley Pride

1983

145. When Will I Be Loved?

Linda Ronstadt

1975

146. Who's Gonna Mow Your Grass?

Buck Owens

1969

147. (Without You) What Do I Do with Me?

Tanya Tucker

1991

148. How Can I Miss You If You Won't Go Away?

Dan Hicks

2007

149. Why Don't We Get Drunk (and Screw)?

Jimmy Buffett

1973

150. How Should I Know?

Eli Young Band

2008

151. What's He Doing in My World?

Eddy Arnold

1965

152. Have You Ever Been Mellow?

Olivia Newton-John

1975

153. Where Are You Christmas?

Faith Hill

2000

154. What Am I Doing There?

Daryle Singletary

1995

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Comments

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on July 23, 2020:

Peggy - Glad you liked this. Thanks for taking a look!

Peggy Woods from Houston, Texas on July 23, 2020:

You composed a very long list of songs, starting with a question in the title! These fit the country category of songs perfectly.

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on December 13, 2019:

Audrey - Glad you enjoyed this. It was a blast to create this. One song lead to another. That's how the mind works!

Audrey Hunt from Idyllwild Ca. on December 12, 2019:

This category is so much fun! You've created a great list of songs and thanks for this. Now, I'm going to go make myself a cup of hot cocoa and watch these entertaining videos.

Thanks so much!

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on December 11, 2019:

Kari - Thanks for chiming in with your favorites. Lorries Morgan is a fabulous artist and Chris LeDoux was very underrated. Have a wonderful holiday season!

Kari Poulsen from Ohio on December 11, 2019:

I really like so many of these. Numbers 13 and 105 would be my favorites today.

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on December 10, 2019:

Mary - Shania divorced her husband (who cheated on her with her best friend) then she married the best friend's husband. They basically traded partners. Mutt may be legendary in the industry but he is a hideous looking man and she is so much more attractive. I hope her second husband looks better and is faithful. What a dog. Mutt. Appropriate nickname, eh?

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on December 10, 2019:

Linda - For people who don't like country (although I can't imagine that myself!) there's a pop and rock version of this coming out soon. Glad you had fun with it. Hope your holiday season is going well.

Mary Norton from Ontario, Canada on December 09, 2019:

That's sad about Shania Twain. These are great selections of country songs. I wish I can listen to all of them but some are just so sad.

Linda Lum from Washington State, USA on December 09, 2019:

Not my favorite genre, but gosh this was a fun list. Is there any other style of music that can (and does) laugh at itself sometimes? Perhaps one thing to love about country music is that it doesn't take itself too seriously.

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on December 09, 2019:

Heidi - Thank you for the kind kudos. I hope your holidays are happy too!

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on December 09, 2019:

Dora - Thank you for stopping by. I hope it was entertaining!

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on December 09, 2019:

Kari - Thank you. I do wonder which one was your favorite questions. Hmm.

Dora Weithers from The Caribbean on December 08, 2019:

Interesting! Never thought there would be so many; but, yes there are many questions to be asked. Thanks for the list.

Kari Poulsen from Ohio on December 08, 2019:

There are so many questions here, including the question of which is my favorite. Excellent list with so many good songs!

Heidi Thorne from Chicago Area on December 08, 2019:

Dang! I don't know if I could ever think of anything else to add to this list! (If I do, I'll let you know.) Wow, this one took some research.

Great list, as always! Hope you're having a great holiday season so far!

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on December 06, 2019:

Bill - I appreciate your kind kudos!

Bill De Giulio from Massachusetts on December 06, 2019:

Wow, never could I have come up with this list. I had no idea so many songs asked a question in the title. But, when I go through the list many of them are so well known and obvious. Great job, as always.

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on December 06, 2019:

Pamela - I'm glad you enjoyed this as much as I liked putting this together.

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on December 06, 2019:

Devika - I love Lady Antebellum too. Maybe you can choose a few more recent songs of different artists and give them a try. There are some great artists out there.

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on December 06, 2019:

Bill - Oh, no! Not even Shania with the "Whose Boots?" It was a fun one to put together.

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on December 06, 2019:

Liz - You're right about that. You can also have a lot of fun using these question songs in conversations.

Bill Holland from Olympia, WA on December 06, 2019:

I listen to a lot of country,and I drew a complete blank with this challenge.Then I read your list and I was embarrassed. :)

Devika Primić from Dubrovnik, Croatia on December 06, 2019:

Lady Antebellum is one of my best on the list. Country songs are pleasant to listen to and I like your list of songs. I didn't know most of these songs. You have taught me lots about different song who sang these songs and of the unique titles I had no idea of. Excellent hub!

Pamela Oglesby from Sunny Florida on December 06, 2019:

This is a huge list of good country songs that ask a questions. There are many songs listed that I enjoy and I can't even pick a favorite. Thanks for this very good article.

Liz Westwood from UK on December 06, 2019:

Great selection of songs again. I guess a question in the title gives the song the opportunity to work through an answer.

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on December 06, 2019:

Clive - Thank you! Look for the pop and rock version soon.

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on December 06, 2019:

Yves - I grew up in a small South Carolina town (although not from there) where people talked just like Alan Jackson. The name "Karen" was "Kay-ron" and many one syllable words became two. It's a lovely sound to me.

Clive Williams from Jamaica on December 05, 2019:

Nice List...found a few favorites in there.

Yves on December 05, 2019:

Hands down, #13 does it for me! Lol. I won't go so far as to say it's my mantra, but it's close.... not just for romance, but for anything in which the answer is No, Hell No, I would rather die, or, Get the hell out of my face.

Otherwise, I'm a very nice person. hahaha!

I also love, (Who says) You Can't Have it All. I get a kick out of the song and the way Alan Jackson sings "kaynt" instead of can't. It's classic country. Love that stuff.

Great list, as always, Flourish. You did it again!

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on December 05, 2019:

Shannon - Thanks for stopping by! I had a blast with this one. Of course, the rock and pop version is coming soon. I made the adjustment on that Deanna Carter song. Thank you!

Shannon Henry from Texas on December 05, 2019:

Good list idea! Every one I immediately thought of you already have.

Thought you may want to know you have one of Deanna Carter's listed songs twice. I think it was "How Do We Get There".