Tuesday, July 23, 2019 15:32

When did country music become castrated?

– Wiccapundit

If country music is the New Pop™, these lyrics from Blake Shelton’s “Doing What She Likes” are Exhibit “A”:

She likes it when I call in sick to work
Spend the whole day hanging with her
I might get fired but that’s alright
I’m doin’ what she likes

Really?  What kind of Beta Male bullshit is that?  “Gee Honey, would it be OK if I get fired because I let you tell me to stay home with you?”  Where is David Allan Coe or Johnny “Take This Job and Shove It” Paycheck?  Even wearing a rhinestone suit, Porter Wagoner was more manly than this.

Country music, RIP.

 

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3 Responses to “When did country music become castrated?”

  1. retiredspook says:

    Bear in mind that Blake Shelton is romantically involved with Miranda Lambert, whose signature song is “Gunpowder and Lead.”

    Thus, he might be forgiven for being a little bit wimpy.

  2. retiredspook says:

    Remember, Blake Shelton is married to Miranda Lambert, who’s signature song is “Gunpowder and Lead.” Maybe he doesn’t need to be so manly with her around!

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