How Country Music Changed America & What That Means For Your Life
Why Tho? has become an expert on country music.
Chris & Clint Read Country Music Lyrics
Country music is either the best or worst. On the Why Tho podcast, we have sworn to scrutinize country music lyrics on air and determine if they’re good or bad. It’s harder than you think. This week, we dissect four songs: “Before He Cheats” by Carrie Underwood; “Dust On The Bottle” by David Lee Murphy; “Ain’t Goin’ Down” by Garth Brooks; and “Fancy” by Reba McEntire.
The early returns are not positive.
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September 14: An Impersonator Who Eats Ice Cream Sandwiches & Weeps In The Corner
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September 11: Thank You For Your Leadership
Thank you cards are an acceptable form of expression. Why tho? Chris and Clint also discuss KFC, A&W, frosted mugs, shacks, and Hallmark cards.
September 10: Four Consecutive Hours Of Hard Romancing
There are different types of rain that fall from the sky. Why tho? Chris and Clint also discuss The Great Kentucky Meat Shower, river loving, Garth Brooks, hybrids, time telling, and purple rain.
September 9: Tim McGraw Is Not Toby Keith
Most basements are stocked with food storage. Why tho? Chris and Clint also discuss Tim McGraw, high-velocity winds, hard red wheat, cannibalism, baking, and miniskirts.
September 8: If You Need Someone Killed, Call Twizzlie
It’s cheap and easy to hire a hitman. Why tho? Chris and Clint also discuss the wind, women interactions, pumpkin spice, Reba McEntire lyrics, twizzlers, 500-yard rifle shots, and the darkweb.