Quirky Country Music Song Titles Day 2021 is on Saturday, March 27, 2021: What are some good songs that tell noticeable story's.?

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If you are rocking to classics for example “I Still Miss You Baby, But My Aim’s Gettin’ Better” or “You’re the main reason Our Youngsters Are Extremely Ugly”, then odds are you’re already well in order to honoring Quirky Country Music Song Titles Day.

What are some good songs that tell noticeable story’s.?

There are a bunch of good songs out there that tell stories. I really enjoy story songs too. I would like to see what you do with the video. That's a really fun idea by the way LOL

I will provide a list of song titles, and their lyric links. Most of these songs can be heard on youtube by the way.

Maxwell's Silver Hammer is a pretty quirky funny strange song that flows through exactly like a play, with several quirky characters within this one interesting song.

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Rocky Racoon is a song by the same artist, and is sort of cut from the same mold.

Pretty Woman is another great oldie that has an interesting funny twist at the end of the song. I could imagine this one being a great skit.

Snoopy vs the Red Baron, LOL the title alone should spark some interest. This song tells a goof ball story. It is also funny that, yes this is actually THE snoopy you were probably thinking of...

Little Red Riding Hood: this song should replace the nursery rhyme!

Here's a couple Kenny Rogers tunes for you.. He told a couple of great tune yarns lol... Im not even a country music fan. These are great!

The Gambler

Ruby, Dont Take Your Love to Town

Van Morrison's Stoned Me is such a great feel good fun story song. Brings back childhood feelings for me personally.

Take the Money and Run; cops and robbers and all kinds of action!

Im too young to have lived when these songs came out, but I still recognize their greatness. They just dont seem to make em like they used to as often these days! Although there are great modern songs everywhere, they just dont seem to tell many straight stories like this anymore. I hope this helps! Good luck with your project!

John

What has music added to the driving experience for you?

What has music added to the driving experience for you?

Having been a huge fan of road trips throughout my life behind the wheel, my car stereo has turned out to be one of the most important possesions I've ever owned. Each place seems to have a certain album that rings to it, ie when I head back to Southern Utah and the great American desert, U2's The Joshua Tree and The Meat Puppets seen to fit the ambience to a T. But like Prof said, there are a few moments that particularly stand out in my head.

After I graduated college, I threw all my stuff in the car and took a road trip of the West for 2.5 months. Driving aound southern Colorado and up into the Rockies for about 5 days, I swear I listened to The Flaming Lips "Transmissions From The Satellite Heart" for the whole time. Particularly 'Be My Head' which I must have backed up to 50 times. Over and over. The state just put me in a happy quirky mood and I couldn't think of a much better band to match the vibe. Then when I got to Hoover Dam, the Sugar song was playing of the same title. And Chris Whitley's "Big Sky Country" was on as I crossed the border into Montana.

Then there's driving from Syracuse, NY to Austin, TX. I had just had my heart broken by a stupid girl so all the places I had wanted to drop by (Louisville, Memphis, New Orleans) got s**t-canned (by choice) and I made the drive in 36 hours, sleeping for about 3 hours in a rest stop in Kentucky and listening to Sebadoh's "Magnet's Coil" the rest of the way.

The worst, though, was taking a trip from north of Seattle where I was living to San Francisco to visit a friend. Two days before I took off someone broke into my car and tried stealing my stereo (I've actually had 5 cars busted into, one outright ripped off). They ripped off the faceplate but the stereo was bolted in so they just bailed on it. The cops took the faceplate to check for prints while I was left with a tape in the stereo and no way to adjust anything. I took that drive (about 16 hours each way) listening to the same damn mixed cassette. Not able to fast forward or rewind. Not able to switch to the radio. Not even able to adjust the volume which was pretty loud. By the time I got back and got my stereo reassembled, I immediately took that tape out and smashed it into pieces. It was good but not that good.

Have a fantastic weekend!

Are there any one-shot animes? N what are a few?

Are there any one-shot animes? N what are a few?

Everything on this list is under an hour long. Anything longer, and it would be more like a movie than a one-shot anime.

Great:

Voices of a Distant Star (1 episode, 25 minutes)

Good or decent:

Alien Nine (4 episodes, half hour each)

FLCL (6 episodes, half hour each)

Dai Mahou Touge (8 episodes, 12 minutes each)(this is a super silly comedy, so skip it if you're looking for something more serious)

Bokusatsu Tenshi Dokuro-chan (8 episodes, 13 minutes each)(Another super silly comedy by the same director as Dai Mahou Touge)

Hanbun no Tsuki ga Noboru Sora (6 episodes, half hour each)

Oh My Goddess! (5 episodes, half hour each)(I'm talking about the early 90s OVA, not the more recent TV series based on the same manga)

Ghost Talker's Daydream (4 episodes, half hour each)

Gunsmith Cats (3 episodes, half hour each)

Hitsuji no Uta (4 episodes, half hour each)

Re: Cutie Honey (3 episodes, 45 minutes each)

Yokohama Kaidashi Kikou (2 episodes, half hour each)

Yokohama Kaidashi Kikou ~Quiet Country Cafe~ (2 episodes, half hour each)

Comedy, aka Kigeki (1 episode, 10 minutes)

Blood: The Last Vampire (1 episode, 50 minutes)

Animation Runner Kuromi (1 episode, 40 minutes)

Animation Runner Kuromi 2 (1 episode, 45 minutes)

Cannon Fodder (1 episode, 22 minutes)

The Laughing Target (1 episode, 45 minutes)

Nasu: Summer in Andalusia (1 episode, 45 minutes)

Stink Bomb (1 episode, 40 minutes)

Magnetic Rose (1 episode, 44 minutes)

Also, I just finished Detroit Metal City the other day (12 episodes, but only about 15 minutes each, so it's more like 6 normal episodes). I would recommend it wholeheartedly, but this one has A LOT of swearing and vulgarity, so it's not for everyone, but it's solidly a comedy and believe it or not, the swearing and vulgarity are actually there for story reasons! It basically revolves around a humble, super innocent, gentle guy from a small town who came to Tokyo to try to make it big in the music industry with his mellow, soft pop songs, but instead he somehow gets roped into fronting a horrible heavy metal band with insane fans, and he despises the whole thing (but kind of secretly likes it, in a way), but can't seem to get away. He puts on a wig and heavy make-up on stage and becomes a completely different person (they even have a different voice-actor do his stage persona), and he does everything he can to keep the people in his life from finding out what he's doing for a living. The appeal of this OVA can't really be explained well in words, but it's an excellent comedy that had me laughing quite a bit. But beware, it is extremely quirky! I think it's probably a love-it-or-hate-it kind of thing. I can see why some people wouldn't like it, but I thought it was genuinely funny, and a refreshing change of pace!

Add: Do you also want things that are more that one episode too (like 3-4 episodes)? Or anime movies? I can recommend a lot more, but I don't really know exactly what you're looking for.

Add2: - Gotcha! Added a few.

Agoda
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