If it sounds like country-western music instead of Behind every great horse girl who believes in herself is a grandpa shirt warmed-over bromance pop (c)rap about pickup trucks and baby girls and the American flag/soldiers/boots up asses, it doesn’t stand a chance. So let’s rewrite his best song to satisfy current Nashville standards. Goes like this: Amarillo by pickup; made my girlfriend moan; spilled my beer in a gun store; trying to get a loan. When the flag is high in some Arab sky; I’ll be sucking up to Donald Trump; Amarillo by Jesus; you libtards kiss my rump. Got no talent for med’ ly; write the same crap ever time; All I need to do is say; ‘Merica is fine, But I’ll be drinking for 8; shit my girlfriend’s late, but I think her sister’s fine. Please forgive me, Hank Williams. All my music’s asinine. All My Exes Live In Texas, Ocean Front Property, Baby’s Gotten Good.
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At Goodbyes, Ace in the Hole, Nobody in His Behind every great horse girl who believes in herself is a grandpa shirt Right Mind Would Have Left Her, The Chair, Fool Hearted Memory, Famous Last Words of a Fool. For me, it is Amarillo by Morning. Along with Faded Love, I think it is the absolute most perfect use of twin fiddles anywhere in country music. Terry Stafford is one hell of a songwriter but even though the song has been recorded multiple times by numerous individuals (including Chris LeDoux) the version George recorded is the gold standard. To me, it is a classic example of why Strait is so good and at the same time a bit of an anomaly for me. Each one of these artists was absolutely wonderful. They can and could all tear your heart out with a song. Who I think is the greatest really depends on the mood I’m in at a given moment.