Country Song Themes: Patriotism, Drinking, Country Living
As we have talked about in late articles there are six topics that the majority of the down home melodies can be put in; affection, separating, drinking, energy, religion, and nation living. In this article, I will talk about the subjects of drinking, nationalism, and nation living.
The following subject of the blue grass tunes is drinking and celebrating. There are many down home tunes about drinking and celebrating. Most drinking melodies can be partitioned into two subthemes: drinking to overlook and drinking to make some great memories. I have discovered three instances of drinking to overlook melodies, which are “Every one of My Friends Say” by Luke Bryan, “Billy’s Got His Beer Goggles On” by Neal McCoy, and “Bourbon Lullaby” by Brad Paisley. The principal melody, “Every one of My Friends Say” is about this person who woke up the morning subsequent to going out to stuff in his home tossed around. He at that point called his companions to discover what had occur and his companions disclosed to him that after his ex strolled into the bar, he began to do shots to overlook she was even there. From what the remainder of the tune discusses, I would state that he overlooked and made an imbecile of himself. The following melody about drinking to overlook is “Billy’s Got His Beer Goggles On”. This melody discusses a person name Billy at a bar since his sweetheart left him and he is harming terrible, so he is drinking to disregard her. The melody at that point proceeds to discuss all that transpires that night at the bar with his lager goggles on. The last drinking to overlook tune “Bourbon Lullaby” is somewhat miserable with a pitiful consummation. In this tune, a young lady unloaded her genuine romance and the person began drinking bourbon to disregard her. He would never drink enough to disregard her and executed himself from drinking excessively. After they covered him, the lady began drinking to disregard her blame about what occurred. She was unable to overlook her blame either and wound up drinking herself to death as well. At long last, they wound up together in the hereafter.
I likewise have three instances of drinking to make some great memories. They are “Tequila Makes Her Clothes Fall off” by Joe Nichols, “Brew Run” by Garth Brooks, and “Barrel in the Closet” by Kenny Chesney. “Tequila Makes Her Clothes Fall Off” discusses a lady who is going out with her companions for margaritas. Her beau is concerned on the grounds that he has seen her beverage tequila previously and realizes that she gets a kick out of the chance to take her garments off when she becomes inebriated. Thoughout the tune, he continues enlightening the crowd concerning how great of a period she is having and how every one will discuss it tomorrow. The following melody is “Lager Run”, which discusses a lot of folks that live in a dry district, so they make a brew run each end of the week to get lager. It discusses how they move quick to get to the district line and in transit back how they make some great memories. At that point they talk about creation the run the following day since all their brew is gone as of now. The last tune about drinking to make some great memories is “Barrel in the Closet”.