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View Full Version : K is her favorite song, if you play it you might have a chance. Send questions for Cecil Adams to: cecil straightdope. Your direct line to thousands of the smartest, hippest people on the planet, plus a few total dipsticks. So these are the facts: A heartbroke barfly sits in a honky-tonk night after night, drinking her old memories down. She's a white wine kind of gal, unless she starts with the hard stuff-- Tequila shots, with lime and salt.
Then, boy, look out. She might stomp you, and it's just because of that dangler between your hairy man-thighs. Rumor is that K on the ol' jukebox is her favorite song. Till Then - Various - WCBS FM101 History Of Rock - The 60s Part 1 without going over to the jukebox Her Song (Her Version) - F.K. Junior* & Sindress* - Barfly Special Edition looking, what do you think would be the favorite song of a heartbroken white-wine-drinkin barfly cougar who has the potential to turn to violence against any and all men within eyesight after a few shots of the ol' Mexican Worm Juice?
Need answer fast! Hell YEAH! I guess that's more about her than something she'd play. There is absolutely zero chance the answer is anything other than "Don't Stop Believin'". I cut my bangs with some rusty kitchen scissors I screamed his Und Ich Denke Schon Wieder An Dich - Nicole - Gold till the neighbors called the cops I numbed the pain at the expense of my liver Whatever you do, don't play B That was his song, that was their song, but it's ooooover.
To me, Travis couldn't have made a better video for that song. Lot of great ideas here. My thought is that K is going to be an upbeat song. Cuz it's her song. And, if you play your cards right, it's the song that gets you lucky when you play it. Keep 'em coming people! Holly Seriously? That was the most cloying glurge filled piece of video crap I've ever seen.
I just liked the fact that he recorded it while Steve was incarcerated, giving him some much needed money. Travis isn't in a wheel chair during that song's video. She's a heartbroke barfly with good taste. And I just Her Song (Her Version) - F.K. Junior* & Sindress* - Barfly Special Edition to say the OP is a really nice piece of writing.
I read it three times because it's so satisfying to read. OK, I think I've changed my mind. Close the thread. Michelle Shocked for one, would be Well there's a chance it's Authority Song. Would not recommend you try to stop her. I'm of several schools of thought on what it could be. Perhaps it's a year-old girl-power country anthem like "Man, I Feel Like a Woman" that Her Song (Her Version) - F.K.
Junior* & Sindress* - Barfly Special Edition get her doing the no-pants dance on the hood of a Trans Am behind the Her Song (Her Version) - F.K. Junior* & Sindress* - Barfly Special Edition Wiggly up the road at the end of the night. Or perhaps her favorite song is the one that reminds her of listening to the radio while putting back a bottle of Strawberry Hill with her girlfriends when she was young; some ultra annoying feel-good 'party' song like "Mambo 5.
I just don't know here. I just don't know. Something from when she was a teenager. If she's 40 look at the mid to late 80s.
You have go deeper than the drunken memories, back to her innocence. You'll have a great time, and she'll jump off a bridge tomorrow. For a tequila rage?
Well, my answer totally got taken. Something I noticed last night, by chance, is that even though I made this post "out of the blue" there's another mention of this song in another thread that I didn't see until last night within just an hour or so of this one.
It made me wonder if the vibes are in the air and only heard by a sensitive few. Your post confirms the suspicion. Good theory, though Anderson's song is fromso that would push it back to or so. Also, keep in mind that she's friendly and fun-loving most of the time. So her favorite song probably isn't about heartbreak or bitterness. The OP is based on an actual song. Looking through the Thread now, it seems a few people actually knew that. In fact, AuntiePam got it in 3. Listening to it now on YouTube.
Kinda wish I wasn't. Feel free to put the heartbroke barfly in modern times. I did with my guesses. On reflection, I think this chick is into serious cheese. This would be consistent with the country music laws of jukebox time and causality laid down in the oft-covered truckin' classic "Truck Drivin' Man.
Pick one, any one. Or a few. Probably start with I Love Rock and Roll :. I Will Survive, by Gloria Gaynor. Once empowered, there's no looking back. She's heartbreaking every dude in sight. For me this screams out for Son of a Preacher Man. I thought she was more of a K-9 type of lady. When you push K, make sure you pop your collar and give a little "gotcha ya" point and wink at the jukebox as you walk away. The Urge Overkill cover also works if you're in a downtown alley dive bar instead of a roadhouse dive.
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