This one is off Dierks Bently’s first album, about a man in love with a one track mind.
I have to admit, Kelsea Ballerini wasn’t really on my radar screen. You know by now that I lean toward 90’s country, and she’s solidly mainstream of this area.
But my music streaming service kept recommending her so I gave in and gave her a listen. I was impressed, and I’m fan.
Miss Me More is the kind of breakup anthem I can totally get behind.
A song written by Lori McKenna and sung by Little Big Town has to be winner, and this new one is.
Remember, things are not always as they appear–on social media and at the party, we’re not seeing what’s beneath the Sugar Coat.
This Thanksgiving, I’m thankful for music.
There’s nothing wrong with you
The simple life gets complicated
There’s nothing you can do, just enjoy the view be glad you made it this far
Just ask her if she ever thinks about me
She’d say, “Every once in a while.”
So simple, but one of my favorite song lines ever.
It’s not Springsteen for me, but I get Eric Church’s point.
Nothing can take you back to a particular place in time like a song.
I love this bluesy drinking song from Carrie Underwood’s latest album.
Was there ever any doubt which song would top my list? Not if you’ve met me.
Titanic is the best movie ever made, with the possible exception of Gone With The Wind.
That’s not fake news, folks. That’s facts. Relive Jack and Rose’s journey one more time, with Celine Dion, the Queen of the Power Ballad herself.
Twilight: You either get it or you don’t.
If you don’t, I won’t try to convince you. But if Bella and Edward’s love story got under your skin the way it got under mine, you’ll have this song in your head for days and days.
And you’ll probably blow a weekend rewatching the series.
Time well spent.
Pretty Woman is the ultimate romance novel brought to the silver screen. Two headstrong people from different sides of the world who unexpectedly fall in love.
Even though this is a sad song, I think we all knew when watching that Richard Gere would be coming back for Julia Roberts.