Every single year there are really good country songs released on the market and now we will present a few of the top country songs 2011 had to offer. One of the best country songs of 2011 is Ronnie Dunn’s “Bleed Red” which was the first solo release of the artist. This track is a new beginning for the performer, as it has gotten really high positions in music charts.
Rufus delivers a withering critique of California life, veiled in a poppy tune with Beach Boys harmony. It recalls how he worshiped Hollywood as a kid, but how now he’s disillusioned by how seriously California takes itself. “Ain’t it a shame,” he says, that the rest of the world “can’t enjoy your mad tradition” and the “soft-skinned boys” that can still bruise you. It’s a satirical comment on a world he has to live film in to do the work he does. The last line says it all: “Life is the longest death / in California.” Funny that the first time I spent time with this song I was driving the 101 to LA.
Women have to view black men as computers. When they consider getting involved with a black man, they need to find out what programs the model of their computer comes loaded with. Ideally, you want a computer that’s equipped with the programs that cater to your needs, enable you to execute your daily functions, and fulfills your desires.
In addition to singing, Furtado has recently added acting to her list of skills. She made her debut in the 2006 movie “Nobody’s Hero” and had a role in 2008’s “Max Payne” movie. She has also appeared on television in the shows CSI: New York and Roswell.
After all, it’s not all about entertainment anymore. Listening to certain types of music is definitely therapeutic much like doing yoga, eating a good meal, or even taking medicine. It can actually help you to feel better but without any harmful side effects.
Read your emails — ingoing and outgoing. I once took a challenge to find the journaling for my scrapbook page in my email in-box. What a light bulb moment! I realized that the messages I was receiving and sending were small pieces of my everyday life. I found enough material for several pages — and inspiration for several more layouts I wanted to create in the future.
I am referring to motivational songs that stimulate in the most wholesome way, of course. However, there are quite a few that I find do just the opposite. They make me want to stay focused on crazy things like unrequited love, and suggest that I should care less about life and forget that I’m a lady…bad stuff. But, here’s the problem. Those tunes can be quite catchy. Those infectious hooks and melodies would play in my head over and over like a broken record resulting in all this negative imagery penetrating my consciousness and influencing my thought process. Not good!
The one unarguable necessity of any road trip is music. Every movie needs a soundtrack. It sets the mood, it frames the scene, and it eases the passing of the miles. Whether or not you should choose literal road tunes like Born to Run or King of the Road is a matter of personal preference. I invariably take several CD’s by Australian greats The Church. Their dreamy sprawling sound scapes are the perfect compliment to the land as it rolls by, and Steve Kilbey’s lyrics take one on a simultaneous journey to that place where ideas download from cosmic consciousness.