“To me, country music tells a story about, and deals with, the way people live their lives and what they do.”
I’m not a huge fan of country music. I cherry-pick at it, depending on the lyrics and music. Sometimes I do country music simply because Keith Urban is on the TV with a guitar.
That being said, blogging friend Dan over at No Facilities loves country music and decided it applies to cats as well as people. This came after my Saturday SoCS post and a photo of cat Gibbs, who was a bit woeful after human mom left him for a few days.
Anyhow, Dan helped Gibbs write a forlorn “My Momma Left Me” country song and proceeded to comment under the wrong post. (Sorry, Dan, I hope this isn’t embarrassing to you because it’s damn funny to me.) (And I really love the song.) Additional comments ensued, which I think everyone should have a chance to read.
Gibbs is busy trying to find a tour manager and a copyright attorney who will work for kibble. Keith Urban’s Agent has not returned my calls.
Perhaps Dan can figure out a way to make this come together for the sake of country music fans and his retirement royalties.
In the meantime, feel free to offer your managerial advice and kudos to Dan and Gibbs for their awesome songwriting abilities. These two could go far…
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