Looking forward to meeting these gals this weekend

(and there’s a rumor that Larry and Frances may be there, too)

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3 Responses to “Looking forward to meeting these gals this weekend”

  1. Terri Clark: Twang Thang Lyrics

    A beer stain on a jukebox
    A tractor in a field
    Fireflies on a screen door
    A home cooked meal
    Rolling down a dirt road
    Listening to a George Strait song
    If it ain’t pure and simple
    It ain’t gonna turn me on

    It’s gotta have a twang thang
    It’s gotta bend a heart strang
    Like a scuffed up boot
    Or a boy with two first names
    I gotta feel a deep pang
    When I hear the songs they sang
    If it don’t kick up a little dust
    It ain’t got much of a twa-ang thang

    If I tried to describe it
    Well, I don’t think I could
    It’s like swimming in a cold creek
    ‘Cause it just feels good
    No matter where you find it
    There’s a down home quality
    It ain’t sophisticated
    And that’s just fine with me

    It’s gotta have a twang thang
    It’s gotta bend a heart strang
    Like a scuffed up boot
    Or a boy with two first names
    I gotta feel a deep pang
    When I hear the songs they sang
    If it don’t kick up a little dust
    It ain’t got much of a twa-ang thang

    It’s gotta have a twang thang
    It’s gotta bend a heart strang
    Like a scuffed up boot
    Or a boy with two first names
    I gotta feel a deep pang
    When I hear the songs they sang
    If it don’t kick up a little dust
    It ain’t got much of a twa-ang thang

    If it don’t kick up a little dust
    It ain’t got much of a twa-ang thang

  2. Couldn’t find “Twang Thang” (for Corndoggie) video, but found this. Teri Clark almost plays the real stuff.

  3. Saw this recently that reminds me of some of my old hillbilly friends :

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