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- Southern Flavor - Country
Part 7 of 50 of One Month of Country
For the month of June, I wrote 50 country demos. This song is a good example of double entendre, where the meaning of what I'm saying is hidden in the context. I enjoyed writing this and to all of you Novelty writers or younger writers, don't despair in censorship because censorship often drives creativity.
When you have something you want to say or do, but you can't do the most obvious thing, try to get around the roadblock and make it so that children wouldn't understand.
The sad thing about songs like this is that there might be a day where people say, "Yeah this song is pretty tame," but I'm actually talking about my penis the entire time. Society seems to be too busy stopping their kids from talking about sex to realize when their parents are talking about it.
C'est La Vie.
Also, yay for fake violin solos! I really do love Hank Williams songs, but I do not have the capability to write them beyond acoustic guitar.