Readers of New York magazine were asked to invent country-song titles. Here are some of their entries.
– Ain’t No Trash In My Trailer Since The Night I Threw You Out
– You Wanted To Get Hitched, But My Heart Is Filled With Whoa
– Baked My Sweetie A Pie, But He Left With A Tart
– I Lost My Honey Bunny On A Bad Hare Day
– She Chews Tobacco, But She Didn’t Choose Me
– The Peach I Picked In Georgia Didn’t Cling To Me For Long
– Don’t Want That Floozy In My Jacuzzi
– I Found The Recipe For Heartbreak In A Cookbook On Your Shelf
– Now That We’re Miserable, I Hope You’re Happy
– It is hard to beat reality, however. Willie’s most recent song is “Roll me up and smoke me when I die”. I am such a fan.
– Dick Brewer reminds us of Kevin Fowler’s “Don’t Touch My Willie.” (And, now we are PG.)
– Michael Butterworth remembers “Take your tongue out of my mouth, I’m kissing you goodbye.”