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Fun Music Information -> Brooks & Dunn

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Brooks And Dunn

Literally Impossible Song Titles:

Song/Performer
Comment
Submitter Name
"Neon Moon,"The Moon isn't made of neon, nor is it a neon signTrina Lufkin

Use a Song Title to Answer a Different Song:

Song & Band Name
Song & Band Name
"Piano Man," Billy Joel"Play Something Country," Brooks & Dunn
"How Long Gone," Brooks & Dunn"Just A Minute," Mustard Plug
"How Long Gone," Brooks & Dunn"Years," Barbara Mandrell
"How Long Gone," Brooks & Dunn"Much Too Long," The Sounds
There are additional songs titles that answer other songs available.

Remove a Letter From a Song Title:

"Hat Man" originally "That Man"
Peter
"Eon Moon" originally "Neon Moon"
Lucy Crosland
"White Lie Casanova" originally "White Line Casanova"
Honey, those pants don't make your butt look fat
Janice Ferrell
"Boot Scootin' Bogie" originally "Boot Scootin' Boogie"
Dancin' or Golfin'?
Larry The Babel Guy
"She's Not The Cheatin' Kid" originally "She's Not The Cheatin' Kind"
Regina Olsen

Add a Letter to a Song Title:

"Booty Scootin' Boogie" originally "Boot Scootin' Boogie"
Anne R. Key
"Booth Scootin' Boogie" originally "Boot Scootin' Boogie"
That would be bizarre!
Carmen Mistletoe

Change a Letter:

"Proud Of The Horse We Built" originally "Proud Of The House We Built"
Sung by Trojans?
Peter
"Proud Of The Mouse We Built" originally "Proud Of The House We Built"
A song dedicated to the memory of Walt Disney?
Peter
"Proud Of The Louse We Built" originally "Proud Of The House We Built"
They'd be the only ones.
Peter
"More Than A Margarite" originally "More Than A Margarita"
Margarite = a "brittle mica" type mineral
Karen Smith
"Boot Scoutin' Boogie" originally "Boot Scootin' Boogie"
Kristin Carpenter

There are additional song titles with a letter changed available.

Recordings:

Oct 21
a parody of "Boot Scoot Boogie" by Brooks & Dunn
Taking Brooks & Dunns to a level of Boogie we doubt they ever wanted to go (Writer Jeff Reuben, Singer Below Average Dave)
soundclick: (mp3)

Song Parody Lyrics:

Original Song Name
Parody Song Name
Parody Author
"He's Got You""Pikachu"Jonathan
"Boot Scootin' Boogie""Too Friggin' Gooey"the_conqueror_of_parodies
"Boot Scootin' Boogie""Hell Demon Wedgie"Below Average Dave
"Cowgirls Don't Cry""Cowgirl Don't Fly"Greg Swartzentruber
"Boot Scootin' Boogie""Butt Scootin' Boogie"Parody Pete
"Boot Scootin' Boogie""Poop Shootin' Boogie"Doppelbock
"Thats What Its All About""Infestation Of Mouse"Mikey Boy
"Can't Take The Honky Tonk Out Of The Girl""Can't Take The Hip-hop Out Of The Girl"Matthias
"Maria""Condoleeza"Syncronos
"My Maria""Gonorrhoea"Dai

There are additional song parodies available.

Bad Choices for On Hold Music:

Song Name
Company/Organization
Submittor
She Used To Be MineDivorce Lawyer FirmAaron Presley

Songs for Duets, That Haven't Been Done Yet:

First Band/Song Name
Second Band/Song Name
New Song Name
Submittor
Back On The Road Again
   REO Speedwagon
Red Dirt Road
   Brooks & Dunn
Back On The Red Dirt Road Again
Classic rock combined with country music!
Isac
Break Down Here
   Julie Roberts
Red Dirt Road
   Brooks & Dunn
I'd Sure Hate To Break Down Here On That Red Dirt Road.
... isn't that how some thrillers start?
Lady Daydreamer
If You Ever Stop Loving Me
   Montgomery Gentry
Here's What She Gets For Loving Me
   Brooks & Dunn
Here's What She Gets If You Ever Stop Loving Me
Raphael Bivas
On Bended Knee
   Boyz II Men
Neon Rainbow
   Brooks & Dunn
On Bended Knee-on Rainbow
iam4iu42

Misheard Lyrics Stories:

"Honk Tonk Stomp"
Misheard Lyrics:
We sew pillows, play our guitars loud
Original Lyrics:
We saw fiddles, play our guitars loud

Story about this misheard lyric by: Donna

One who plays a fiddle very well is said to "saw on" it.

There are additional misheard stories available.

Song Parody Fragments:

"My Next Broken Heart"
Better Lyrics:
I'm workin' on my next juicy fart
Original Lyrics:
I'm workin' on my next broken heart
Submitted by: Enima

Song Title Space Change:

"She Snot The Cheatin' Kind" originally "She's Not The Cheatin' Kind"
What she does to people who cheat?
Submitted by: Peter
"Only I Name Rica" originally "Only In America"
Submitted by: Yvette Bristle
"If All" originally "I Fall"
Submitted by: Yvette Bristle

Bad Grammar in Song Lyrics:

"Neon Moon"
The Lyrics:
No tellin' how many tears I’ve sat here and cried.
Why:
This is a very bizarre grammatical misstep. I don't think I've ever heard anything quite like it before. There would be no grammatical problem with saying "I've sat here and cried tears." That would simply employ a compound verb phrase with one verb intransitive and the other transitive (no rule against that, I suppose). But in inverting order within that basic phrase and juxtaposing the first verb ("sat," the intransitive one) with the subject and auxiliary verb (as embidied in the contraction "I've)", an implication inevitably arises that "tears" is the object of both verbs ("sat" and "cried"), as the co-ordinating conjuction "and" puts the two on equal footing, and the one closest to the object, "sat", forms a precedent for how they must be related to the object ("tears"). In addition to being non-sensical, that is agrammatical, since "sat", being an intransitive verb, can't take any object. One merely "sits"; one does not sit tears or sit anything else (and "sat" is here the past participle of "sit"). It could be grammatically correct to use the related transitive verb "set", and say "tears I've set here and cried". But that would still be non-sensical in light of the nature of tears (which are hard to set anywhere) and what is meant by crying them, and the fact that verb order would tend to suggest the singer set them somewhere before crying them, hardly feasable even if setting tears somewhere were easy. A grammatical way to express the intended meaning would be "No telling how many tears I've cried while sitting here. But to refer to tears that one has "sat and cried" just doesn't work grammatically.
Submitted by: Audrey Ruiz
 

Song Title Anagrams:

"Moon? None!" originally "Neon Moon"
Submitted by: Candy Welty
"Noon Omen" originally "Neon Moon"
Submitted by: Sophie Jealous Bextor

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