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Name That Classic Country Music Song: Quiz 2:

Name That Classic Country Music Song: Quiz 2?
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1) It is a country music song made famous by Red Sovine. Released in October 1965, the song was the title track to Sovine's album released that same year. A recitation paying homage to the American truck driver, it became Sovine's second #1 hit, spending six weeks atop the Billboard magazine Hot Country Singles chart in January and February 1966.
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  1. Giddyup Go

  2. Hold Everything (Till I Get Home)

  3. Long Night

  4. Drinkiní Wine Tonight

2) It is a country music song written and recorded by American country artist Jessi Colter. It was released as a single on January 16, 1975 by Capitol Records.  It would become Colter's first major hit as a solo artist. describes the pain that comes with dating someone who has not gotten over their previous lover. Therefore the narrator of the song, Julie, laments the fact that her lover keeps mentioning his previous lover, named Lisa. It made its debut on the country chart on February 15, 1976. The song became Colter's commercial breakthrough as a solo artist, peaking at #1 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart, while also becoming a major crossover Pop hit, peaking at #4 on the Billboard Hot 100 as well. In addition, the song also reached #16 on the Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks chart, and was released on Colter's debut Capitol album, I'm Jessi Colter. The song earned Colter a Grammy award nomination in the category of Best Female Country Vocal Performance and a Country Music Association Awards nomination.
Name That Classic Country Music Song?.

  1. Under Your Spell Again

  2. I'm Not Lisa

  3. What's Happened to Blue Eyes

  4. The Chain

3) It is the title of a song co-written and recorded by country music artist Alan Jackson. It was released in May 1993 as the third single from his 1992 album A Lot About Livin' (And a Little 'bout Love). The album is named for a line in the song itself. It also received CMA awards for Single of the Year and Song of the Year.
Name That Classic Country Music Song?

  1. Tonight I Climbed the Wall

  2. Mercury Blues

  3. Chattahoochee

  4. Meet Me In the Morniní

4) It is a 1961 song written by Kendall Hayes and Gary Walker and performed by Leroy Van Dyke. It was Van Dyke's most successful single, spending 37 weeks on the country chart and a record-breaking 19 at the number-one position. It crossed over to the pop chart peaking at number five, and was named by Billboard magazine as the biggest country music record in history.
Name That Classic Country Music Song?

  1. Auctioneer

  2. If a Woman Answers (Hang Up the Phone)

  3. My World Is Caving In

  4. Walk On By

5) It is a 1976 single by Tammy Wynette. It would be Tammy Wynette's fifteenth #1 on the country charts. The single stayed at #1 for one week and spent a total of eleven weeks on the country charts. Wynette noted on multiple occasions that the song was her personal favorite of all that she had written or recorded, and it would remain a staple of her concerts for the remainder of her career.
Name That Classic Country Music Song?

  1. 'Til I Can Make It on My Own

  2. I Still Believe in Fairy Tales

  3. Golden Ring

  4. Love Is Something Good for Everybody

6) It is the title of a song written by Ray Pennington. He recorded the song in 1967 for Capitol Records and took it to number 29 on the country charts. It was later performed by Waylon Jennings. Released in July 1974, it would be Waylon Jennings' second #1 on the country chart.
Name That Classic Country Music Song?

  1. This Time

  2. I'm a Ramblin' Man

  3. Rainy Day Woman

  4. Got a Lot Goin' for Me

7) It is a song recorded by Charlie Rich and written by Bill Sherrill, Norris Wilson, and Rory Michael Bourke. Released in September 1973, the country & western ballad reached #1 in the United States in 1973 on three Billboard music charts: the pop chart (for two weeks); the country chart (for three weeks); and the adult contemporary chart (also for three weeks).
Name That Classic Country Music Song?

  1. Behind Closed Doors

  2. I Feel Like Goin' Home

  3. The Most Beautiful Girl

  4. A Very Special Love Song

8) It is a song made famous by the country music band Alabama. Originally released on April 27, 1983, the song was the title track and second single to Alabama's fourth album. It was written in 1980 by J.P. Pennington and Mark Gray, members of Exile. However, the song was not immediately recorded by Alabama. Two earlier versions were released as singles - the first by Exile (which failed to gain much attention) and singer Don King, whose version reached No. 27 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart in October 1981. In addition, Rita Coolidge recorded the song for her 1981 album, Heartbreak Radio, and released her version as a single. Alabama's 10th #1 song on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart. In addition, it registered enough airplay on Top 40 radio stations to peak at No. 38 on the Billboard Hot 100.
Name That Classic Country Music Song?

  1. You Turn Me On

  2. Dixieland Delight

  3. Lady Down on Love

  4. The Closer You Get

9) It is a song recorded by country music artist George Strait. It was released on August 25, 1985 as the lead-off single to his 1985 album Something Special. It peaked at #1 on the country music chart in both the United States and Canada in 1985. The song was named by CMT as one the top 100 county songs of all time, posting at number 24 on that list. The song was written by Hank Cochran and Dean Dillon.
Name That Classic Country Music Song?

  1. The Chair

  2. The Fireman

  3. You're Something Special to Me

  4. In Too Deep

10) It is a 1988 single by Rodney Crowell, who co-wrote the song with Guy Clark. It was Rodney Crowell's second #1 hit as a solo artist. The single went to #1 for one week and spent a total of fourteen weeks on the country chart.
Name That Classic Country Music Song?

  1. Brand New Rag

  2. She's Crazy for Leavin'

  3. I Couldn't Leave You If I Tried

  4. After All This Time

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Quiz 2 [Answers]: Name That Classic Country Music Song

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