Today is Quirky Country Song Title Day [Video]
Today is Quirky Country Song Title Day. And, man there’s a ton of those. You probably have a favorite. I do, too, but for this article I wanted to make sure there was a video to go along with it.
So, let’s watch some songs with titles that are definitely QUIRKY!
Lou Carter, the Singing Cabman, with: If I Had a Nose Full of Nickels, I’d Sneeze Them All at You.
Kinky Friedman, a riotously funny Texas singer, performs many oddly titled tunes, but none more quirkier than: Get Your Biscuits in the Oven and Your Buns in the Bed.
Ray Stevens, one of the funniest men alive, exclaims, Get Your Tongue Outta My Mouth Cause I’m Kissin’ You Goodbye.
How’s this for a quirky title? Dropkick Me Jesus, Through the Goal Posts of Life. Bobby Bare did it back in the day.
A group that never quite caught on, Billy Hill, said there was Too Much Month at the End of My Money.
Sometime, when you have the chance, look up these:
Flushed from the Bath Room of Your Heart
They Ain’t Making Jews Like Us Anymore
It’s Hard to Kiss the Lips that Chew Your Ass Out All Day Long
You Done Stomped on My Heart and Smashed That Sucker Flat
My Uncle Used to Love Me but She Died