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Ol Red by Blake Shelton

My Town by ...I can't remember right now

Those are a couple of mine.
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My Town is by Montgomery Gentry...if my memory serves me correctly.
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Best song ever is "America" by Neil Diamond. The song invokes a true feeling of patriotism along with the unparalleled delivery from the best singer of all time, Neil Diamond.
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Post by Derabasse »

America is a great song 11th man, sung by a great man. But if I have to pick my favorite song it would probably be Mudshovel by Staind. I am more of a rock guy and i'm guessing no one else in here will like this song except for Ham. If I remember correctly Dean loves this band.
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"what was i thinking" by dierks bentley
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Ohh i love Staind...especially when i'm cutting my wrists and tightening the noose. Them and linkin park. I must admit staind's new song "so far away" isnt too bad. They have a few harmony problems but otherwise its alright. Nothing beats the ole Boot scoot n boogie by Brooks and Dunn and everything Alan Jackson.
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greatest song of all time:

fishin' in the dark -- nitty gritty dirt band
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Post by ham55 »

Staind definately has to be my favorite band. Just to name a few of there good songs. mudshovel, epiphany, RAW, and most of the new CD. Although Staind went softer in the newest CD its still good.

YES DEAN, i kno how much you love Linkin Park. The gestures you made while listening to them were awesome. :D
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Red Dirt Road

Pickup Man (Hey I have to like that now)

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The new Brad Paisley song...The Little Things

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I kinda like that new Montgomery Gentry song Hell Ya, and Beer, bait and ammo by Sammy Kershaw. But as most people will tell ya, I'm a huge Tom Petty fan, Love everything by the guy.
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