Translating Florida Georgia Line’s Sexual Innuendo
Professed Christians Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley, known collectively as the pop country mega duo Florida Georgia Line have more euphemistic language on their new album Anything Goes than a salty-mouthed locker room. If you’ve been wondering what the hell they actually mean when they sing lines like, “Stick the pink umbrella in your drink,” then here are some useful translations of Florida Georgia Line’s most sexually-charged lines.
As Saving Country Music explained while declaring Anything Goes the worst album ever, “Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard have their own language, partial to the most grammatically-challenged and stupefying vocabulary lurking in the dankest sewers of the English dialect, but not residing firmly in any specific one of them so no truly proper translation can be obtained. It’s like Pig Latin for douchewads understood by them and them only.” So please understand if certain translations could be interpreted a different way.
To save virgin eyes, medical terms have been used where possible. But of course, some language can only be properly translated by using other slang words.
And to be fair, sexual innuendo has been used in country music from very early on to circumvent the genre’s rigid moral codes, and sometimes to instill smart wit in the lyricism. However Florida Georgia Line’s poor use of innuendo should not be compared to these proud traditions.
FGL: “I sit you up on the kitchen sink. Stick the pink umbrella in your drink.”
Translation: “I sit you up on the kitchen sink. Stick my penis in your vagina.”
This line from Florida Georgia Line’s song “Sun Daze” has to be the most egregious innuendo of the entire project, not particularly well-veiled, and diseased in so many ways. The key to its sexual pervertedness is the use of “the” in the second line instead of “a.” If the line had been, “Stick a pink umbrella in your drink,” then it could have been passed off as more literal, and in turn would have made the innuendo more effective. But using “the” makes no mistake about what is being implied (keep it simple for FGL fans, I guess).
Even if you’re a fan of perverted innuendo, there still seems to be something universally unhealthy about alluding to male genitalia as “pink” anything, though admittedly the hue is somewhat accurate. Even more troubling is that a female was in on the “Sun Daze” songwriting session in the person of Sarah Buxton. One would have thought she would have put the stop sign up on this one, but no dice.
FGL: “Good Good” (title of third song on Anything Goes)
Translation: “Favorable Pussy” (slang for female genitals)
Florida Georgia Line uses the word “good” on Anything Goes 25 times, including multiple times as “good good.” The only word they use more is “girl”—used a whopping 42 times.
According to the Urban Dictionary, using the word “good” twice in succession means, “High quality kegel muscles that keep your significant other coming back and not looking for other people to satisfy their needs.” The example the Urban Dictionary uses is “So I’ve been dating this guy for three weeks, and yesterday he told me he loved me. I got that Good Good.”
Using “good good” as a euphemism for “pussy” is illustrated in the song by Ashanti also called “Good Good.”
When my man leave the house, I know he’s comin’ right back
I got that good good, I got that good good
No matter how much he might try to act, he know just where it’s at
I got that good good, I got that good good
I put it on him right, I do it every night
I leave him sittin’ mouth open like wheww
So I don’t worry bout nobody takin’ mine
Cause I know just the right thing to do (I got that good good)
When Tyler Hubbard was asked what “good good” meant by The National Post, he said, “It’s just all over the album, it’s fun, it’s words that nobody’s ever said before.”
FGL: “And let me stay inside your drink.”
Translation: “And let me keep my penis in your vagina.”
From the song “Bumpin’ The Night” (which is innuendo itself), this line is yet another illustration of the adolescent mindset Florida Georgia Line has towards the human sexual anatomy.
FGL: “There it is, yeah, that’s the sweet spot. Blow your smoke, I’m gonna breathe it in, girl.”
Translation: “You have found the optimum erogenous zone. Continue to perform oral sex on me.“
From the song with the divine title “Angel.” It’s the song built from the unforgivable clichÃ©, “Did it hurt when you fell from the sky?” Incidentally, Florida Georgia Line says the word “angel” 21 times on Anything Goes.
Other Potential/Untranslatable Innuendos
“Put a little shine on the vinyl seat.”
“If you want you can pet on my Harley.”
“Flow you the trouble like a champagne bubble, sayin'”
November 4, 2014 @ 10:54 am
Chances that “Good Good” will be a single? Probably very high.
November 4, 2014 @ 10:59 am
Let me preface this by making it clear ..I DETEST EVERYTHING THIS BAND STANDS FOR -EVERYTHING !!
But this issue is pervasive , Trigger . I believe Hollywood can be credited with ‘pushing the envelope ” initially but hell …musicians have been singing these sexual metaphors since Jesus was a cowboy ( Zep sang…’Squeeze my lemon til the juice runs down my leg’ ). The internet has certainly made them more and more accessible and ‘acceptable’ ( read “unstoppable” ) because there is really no way to censor the net . I think that it has really always been incumbent upon parents and guardians to be vigilant in making children aware of what’s really going on in a commercial /capitalist /consumer -driven society and now more-so than ever as nutrition , art , entertainment , politics and cultures in general are at risk of having their values undermined in the name of the dollar . With regards to the Kruise Kids being Christians . …c’mon . How many companies, artists , sects and religious off-shoots hide behind their supposed religious beliefs while bending or interpreting them to justify their OWN set of values and actions for commercial or political reasons ?
November 4, 2014 @ 11:07 am
to further prove your point, Zep stole the lemon line from Robert Johnson.
November 4, 2014 @ 11:32 am
Of course this issue is pervasive, but it has never been employed in this manner in mainstream country music. You can make the case that this is worse than even David Allan Coe’s X-rated albums, because those were purposely marked to not be for mass consumption. Florida Georgia Line is the biggest act in country music right now. Mainstream country used to be the refuge from this type of stuff. Now it’s a magnet for it.
And I pointed out myself that there is a storied history of this type of innuendo being used in music, and country music specifically. FGL and “Anything Goes” just take it to another level, but please don’t let me represent it like it is unprecedented or even unusual in society overall. This was more just an illustration based off of this specific album.
November 4, 2014 @ 12:00 pm
I agree with Albert to a point and don’t really find this disgusting. Innuendo is everywhere, probably more common in traditional blues than anywhere, but this is poorly crafted innuendo. That, to me, is what makes it terrible, not the sexual content. Ledbelly’s “squeeze my lemon” or Hopkin’s “my starter won’t start” (one of my favorite innuendos) are used to get at the rawness of sex. “Pink Umbrella” is just silly and makes sex trivial.
Or, more recently, compare the above to the following from Jason Isbell’s Cover Me Up. (Percy Priest is a dam in Tennessee… but that is not what he is talking about. Wish I were Amanda Shires when I hear it, but I digress.)
“Girl leave your boots by the door, we ain’t leaving this room,
Til’ Percy Priest breaks open wide and the river runs through.”
November 4, 2014 @ 12:03 pm
Oops – making up my own lyrics. That is leave your boots by the bed.
Need an edit feature here Trig.
November 4, 2014 @ 12:25 pm
Not only on your misquote, but on the context too as the line following shows?
I read it differently than you, as in “nothing short of an emergency is getting us out of bed”.
So girl hang your dress up to dry/we ain’t leavin’ this room
Til Percy Priest breaks open wide and the river runs through
Carries this house on the stones like a piece of drift wood
November 4, 2014 @ 12:48 pm
Yeah – realized I also mixed up the verses. I read the first verse as “we are in for the winter and nothing but an emergency is getting us up”… but I definitely think the Percy Priest line is an innuendo for orgasm, hers not his. Maybe just my dirty mind, but Isbell is too good a writer not to see it.
November 4, 2014 @ 2:00 pm
To clarify, though, I don’t think your reading is wrong, but that it functions on both levels. I read Isbell’s twitter, and someone asked him if the line “use me for good” meant use me up or use me for good purposes. His answer was simply “yes.” He is quite happy with layers of meaning in his songs.
November 4, 2014 @ 12:19 pm
‘Of course this issue is pervasive, but it has never been employed in this manner in mainstream country music…… ”’
I whole-heartedly agree with your posit , Trigger …and I’m whole-heartedly opposed to what this band in particular is all about in terms of its talentless and exploitative modus operandi . Country (mainstream commercial country , at least ) did seem to be the last bastion of respect for its own and the culture’s values , morals and traditions. I applaud your efforst to preserve this by pointing out this band’s attempts to undermine it . They are musical ebola …..a serious but arrestable virus ,thanks to the passionate and concerted efforts of sites like this and observations like the review above .
November 4, 2014 @ 2:40 pm
One of my favorite examples of this is ‘I Got The Hoss’ by Mel Tillis. His phrasing is so perfect and knowing.
November 4, 2014 @ 3:43 pm
Conway’s “Don’t Call Him a Cowboy” is another good example of intelligent, understated innuendo.
November 3, 2020 @ 10:08 am
Why the hell are you so offended by sexual innuendos? Are you just confused with your life? Grow some nuts or shut the hell up talking shit.
November 4, 2014 @ 11:12 am
Actually the line says, “If you want you can pet on my harley”, not “If you want you can get on harley.” Definitely a sexual innuendo though.
November 4, 2014 @ 11:25 am
I’ve seen that line represented both ways, and since I would never let a physical copy of that unholy album across my threshold, I can’t verify the actual lyric myself, if such a thing is even included in the liner notes.
November 4, 2014 @ 1:25 pm
I would never buy the CD either to check. They made a lyrical video for the song though.
November 4, 2014 @ 5:10 pm
Actually it is ” If you want you can pet on my Harley”. I sadly have the cd, which was a major impulse buy. I’m still a teen, but even I can’t believe I was this stupid.
Waylon Van Smack
November 5, 2014 @ 7:17 am
admitting it is the first step to recovery Hoss. Remember, bad cd’s make good clay pigeons.
November 5, 2014 @ 7:25 am
You can run a loop of fishing line through the center and hang them as Christmas ornaments, too.
November 5, 2014 @ 4:40 pm
That’s very and highly doubtful. They are as transparent as as glass.
November 5, 2014 @ 5:05 pm
And dumber than rocks.
Although it still seems like a really stupid line, like why the heck would you pet a Harley. Even if it does mean something else, it’s completely indecipherable.
November 5, 2014 @ 5:09 pm
LOL!! You know their music is bad when teenagers comment that FGL is dumber than rocks. Mercy, I couldn’t agree with you more!
November 5, 2014 @ 3:10 pm
That is what I said it was.
November 5, 2014 @ 4:34 pm
I was just confirming it, no one said they had the Cd. Isn’t Tyler Hubbard’s dog named Harley? Sooo maybe he’s not talking about a bike?
January 8, 2015 @ 6:46 pm
Don’t look for something where there is nothing. Harley is the name of Tyler Hubbard’s golden retriever. A dog he got around 6 months before the album released, presumably when the song was being written.
November 4, 2014 @ 11:14 am
November 4, 2014 @ 12:00 pm
How am I supposed to get to sleep tonight while my brain feverishly tries to figure out what the hell a “bottle seat” is and why someone would want to “put a little shine” on it?
The only thing worse than songwriting-by-committee is songwriting-by-committee-using-refrigerator-magnetic-poetry. Just throw some words out there because they rhyme, sense be damned.
November 5, 2014 @ 4:57 pm
It’s actually vinyl seat, which is just as bad. Sometimes you have to wonder if they don’t roll dice or spin a wheel or something to come up with these lyrics
November 5, 2014 @ 5:13 pm
Mercy, I believe that they were drunk and stoned (along with their songwriters) during the “creation” of their album. What disappoints me is that they’re nominated for an award on tonight’s CMAs. Even if the lyrics sound like someone from the projects wrote it, people buy it.
November 5, 2014 @ 5:28 pm
The worst part is that these guys are major role models to teens, and it makes teens think it’s fine to get stoned and that maybe they will end up living the high life like these morons. It makes me wonder how many people will end up hurt or dead because of following what songs like sun daze say.
November 5, 2014 @ 5:34 pm
As someone who once lived that sort of lifestyle: its a dead end road and you’re on the money when you said someone will end up hurt or dead. Or in my case: living with regrets.
Either way: see if you can get a refund for the money you plunked down for their album and may I suggest checking out this site for album reviews. There are quite a few artists that have released great music recently. Stoney LaRue and Wade Bowen are two great examples of what country music should be in this day and age.
November 5, 2014 @ 5:55 pm
I was one of the people that thought it would be a good idea to pre-order the cd, so no chance on a refund. And I completely agree,there is so much better country music out there, but all the radios play the stuff about getting buzzed and demeaning women, there’s already to much of it out there, but numb skulls like FGL have to take it to the next step. There probably wont ever be an end to it, even with every body saying that FGL will gone in a few years I doubt they will. It seems best just to keep the radio off anymore.
November 4, 2014 @ 12:32 pm
I had a closs personel frend of mine whos a big wig n nashvile tell me brian kely is reely dale ernhart jr in disgize an tylar hubbard is a 2nd cuzin of ray wylie hubbard. the dale jr conection wood explane a lot as to why they r such a big band cos dale jr has a lot of fanz all redy. an the ray wylie conection wood expplane why there a good band. U can here the inflewanse. I no they like to push,the limets sum times but there good boys just havin fun n all. im not imbareassed to say theyve groen on me an im a fan. God bless yall! And role tide!
November 4, 2014 @ 12:36 pm
November 4, 2014 @ 12:44 pm
Learn how to spell.
November 4, 2014 @ 2:05 pm
I’m not sure that would explane it, but that is an interesting theory.
November 5, 2014 @ 2:26 am
As much as Lil Wayne’s horrendous spelling grates, I could put up with it if he could just express a cogent thought.
(I realized I used a couple of big words in there that Lil Wayne probably won’t understand. “Horrendous” means “unpleasant, terrible,” while “cogent” means “clear, logical and convincing.”)
November 5, 2014 @ 9:47 am
evan tho u like to thro around that belmont deploma of yers with all those cogent clear logical and convincing coments Im still a fan of yers heydey. Wut u dont get tho is yer like the willie Nelson of savin country music comenters. not evrywun can be as good as u. Im.at best the edie rabbet of savin country music comentars. I gess wut I meen is we dont allno as much about music as u but weer all tryin hard an given it a hundrud n tin persent. god bless yall!
November 4, 2014 @ 12:43 pm
What if they’re lyrics for a subliminal message that only a secret Government organization can decipher? And what if that organization wants real country music to be destroyed, so that more of this shit can be played on the radio? So they hire these douches to play songs that would make people more likely to have sex and party, thus making them ignore the extermination of other good musicians?
Or you could say, that it just fucking sucks.
November 4, 2014 @ 1:11 pm
I recently watched the Josie and the Pussycats movie for the first time (not by choice, I have a 10-year-old daughter). The plot revolves around an evil record company executive who records subliminal messages under the tracks of popular music telling the listener what trends to follow, including what music to listen to.
When I contemplate how many millions of people seem to love this drivel I can’t help but wonder if the writers of that movie were onto something.
November 4, 2014 @ 1:21 pm
“There it is, yeah, that”™s the sweet spot. Blow your smoke, I”™m gonna breathe it in, girl.”
“You have found the optimum erogenous zone. Pass some gas, I”™m gonna breathe it in, girl.”
November 5, 2014 @ 5:39 am
It is called a queef. See also, vart.
Like the American visiting the Japanese golf course yelled when his tee shot went in the cup . . .’Wrong hole!’
(There is a great joke behind that punch line–google it.)
November 4, 2014 @ 1:48 pm
I remember when Sarah Buxton was a bit of a critical darling early in her career when she was trying to launch her solo career. Guess she needed to pay the bills or something, cause talk about not even trying anymore…
November 4, 2014 @ 2:36 pm
I’ve seen it said a few times about her involvement in these songs that she is better than this. Maybe she’s not. Women can be hacks just as much as men.
November 4, 2014 @ 1:58 pm
Tyler Hubbard on “good good”: “It”™s just all over the album, it”™s fun, it”™s words that nobody”™s ever said before.”
Right, sure. And you and Brian are the greatest poets since Yeats.
Great piece, Trig. 😀 Innuendo is nothing new in popular music, but for some reason, this stuff seems way more incoherent and juvenile than ever. Or maybe the words are all the more glaring when the music itself has so little to offer…
November 4, 2014 @ 2:03 pm
Its also “Backseat, Jeep Jeep..”, “Let me step inside your dream.”, “Put a little shine on the vinyl seat.”, and “Float your trouble like a champagne bubble.”
November 4, 2014 @ 2:55 pm
According to every single lyrics site on the internet, you are correct about “vinyl seat” vs. “bottle seat”, and incorrect about the other three lines.
November 4, 2014 @ 2:22 pm
As a Christian (and Presbyterian seminary student!), I appreciate that you are calling them out as “professing Christians.” Of course, who isn’t in the South? This is sad and shameful, but FGL scarcely knows the meaning of shame.
We are a long way from the genuine faith of Johnny Cash, Merle Haggard, and George Jones — and in Marty Stuart’s latest album. They were not perfect, but that’s not what faith is about…otherwise, we wouldn’t need faith.
November 4, 2014 @ 3:59 pm
It’s turtles all the way down the line, baby!
November 4, 2014 @ 2:40 pm
So the famous ‘Trigger’ isn’t even going to acknowledge my lyric corrections now lol
November 4, 2014 @ 2:46 pm
Actually dude, I’m actively working to try to confirm these lyrics because there are multiple “translations” of them and finding the official lyrics has proven to be difficult. So it took me a bit to moderate your comments. Even with an act like Florida Georgia Line, I don’t want to misrepresent their work, that does me no good. Multiple places have the lyric as “G G,” but I will take your word and just in case I have removed that specific line.
November 4, 2014 @ 8:44 pm
Its hard to find the original lyrics when 3 year old toddlers high on smack wrote this entire album. Not surprising, considering that it IS Florida Georgia Line. And how these inbred fucktards are nominated for awards is beyond me. If people like them, then more power to them. I will be listening to Reckless Kelly instead.
November 4, 2014 @ 2:56 pm
Three of your four “corrections” are incorrect according to every single lyrics site on the internet.
November 4, 2014 @ 3:10 pm
I have obtained an official copy of the lyrics, checked all references, made any necessary changes.
November 4, 2014 @ 3:22 pm
I hope you didn’t have to pay for that. Expense aside, the fact that someone purchased the lyrics might encourage the writers to churn out more songs like these………
November 5, 2014 @ 4:54 pm
Trigger, don’t waste your time. The lyrics (at best) are nothing more than mindless incoherent drivel. Hell, I am black and its offensive that these two idiots are attempting to use Ebonics & effectively mangling, butchering and helping to destroy the English language. You will be giving yourself a splitting headache attempting to decipher their kindergarten gibberish, brother.
November 4, 2014 @ 2:57 pm
I respect that. As you may have presumed, I am a die hard Florida Georgia Line fan lol. I read your articles because I respect your opinion and how you have formulated them. This is my first time writing on here and I just wanna say briefly, I know you people on this feed wouldn’t understand this, but my FGL CD’s sit right next to my George Strait CD’s. I have the upmost respect for pure country music and there are people like myself who can reconcile the two worlds very easily. I make no attempt to compare the two and I want you all to know that there are people who enjoy the fruits of both.
November 4, 2014 @ 3:30 pm
Since correcting folks seems to be your bag, you will probably be interested to know that the word you want to use is actually UTMOST, not upmost.
November 4, 2014 @ 4:03 pm
The use of “myself” instead of “me” rubbed me the wrong way, but I took the high ground…
November 4, 2014 @ 3:26 pm
It doesn’t even sound like good innuendo. Miranda Lambert’s “Fine Tune” I thought was pretty clever when it comes to innuendo.
November 4, 2014 @ 4:57 pm
Ladies and gentlemen, here is the one band that makes Nickelback sound good.
November 4, 2014 @ 7:33 pm
I had some hope for them after Dirt came out. Had meaning to it, and didn’t sound that bad. Then they do this -_-
November 4, 2014 @ 10:24 pm
Honestly, I think FGL should do a cover of willie and Waylon’s I can get off on you. That song was pretty dirty and ahead of its time depending on how you interpret it.
Adam Lawson (Singer/Songwriter)
November 5, 2014 @ 4:18 am
FGL makes me want to lobotomize myself with a rusty, hot soldering iron!
I work in a record store and I do my best to try to inform people of all of the great music in the world. Tragically, Shit sells!
To quote one of my favorite songwriters in modern music and a huge influence of mine:
“There are plenty of good burger joints in Nashville. No one is making you go to McDonalds.”
Final thought, FGL is the pink slime equivalent of modern radio “country” and that shit is bad for you.
Adam Lawson (Singer/Songwriter)
November 5, 2014 @ 4:19 am
That quote was from Jason Isbell.
I forgot to put that.
November 5, 2014 @ 5:45 am
‘Warm My Weiner’, by Bo Carter.
(Since we are all posting naughty songs, right?)
November 5, 2014 @ 8:03 am
Any chance this website changes names from “Saving Country Music” to “Hating Florida Georgia Line”?
November 5, 2014 @ 4:47 pm
We don’t hate them as individuals or as human beings. We hate their music. I’m in agreement with Trigger when he said they’re an embarrassment to country music. When you are writing overtly sexual songs for yourself and Jason Aldean, not to mention dumbing down people in the process…people tend to have an issue with that. Especially the folks who appreciate well written, quality country music. Thank God Sturgill Simpson, Jason Isbell, Stoney LaRue, Wade Bowen & others have released great country music this year.
November 6, 2014 @ 7:21 am
No. It would just have to be changed again in a couple of years when trends change and people are embarrassed to admit that they were fans.
November 5, 2014 @ 4:57 pm
My standing theory this whole time has been that these guys are actually pretty clever and were just on a mission to hop on the ensuing trainwreck that we know as pop country. I thought they did this knowing full and well that their lyrics are absurd, the music is in no way the “evolution” of country, and that they would simply just pretend “Hey this is us, we are doing our own thing!” I
I still stand by my theory, but sometimes I am just not so sure.. some lyrical quips are so bad that they could only come from someone who has genuinely poor taste.
November 5, 2014 @ 5:16 pm
The entire album, with the exception of the song “Dirt”, is in poor taste. It makes me wonder if they ever graduated high school, let alone attend college.
November 5, 2014 @ 8:15 pm
They’re trying to ruin innuendo, aren’t they?
Discovering sexy, secret talk in old blues (hello, “Ambulance Man”!) is a revelation, especially if you’re young, and you have picked up the weirdly permiating notion that sexy was invented in 1970. At least in media it was.
Obvious, too clever by half innuendo in gross, shiny country pop songs is pointless. Say it, or don’t.
November 6, 2014 @ 7:26 am
I’m thinking they should have teamed up with Steven Tyler on Bull Moose Jackson’s “Big Ten Inch Record” last night.
November 6, 2014 @ 9:39 am
I think all the innuendo is something they come up with naturally when they sit around with guys like Brantley Gilbert and jerk off together.
November 6, 2014 @ 3:51 pm
I’m a fan of profanity, and sometimes puerile obscenity can be amusing. I own Blowfly albums, for chrissakes. But there is something about when it is forced on you from above by corporate interests that makes it insulting.
It’s like when they have to cram fart jokes into a new animated kids movie, or when a corporate fast food outlet has some advertising campaign were they skirt around almost dropping an f-bomb to be “edgy”.
When it comes from below it can be subversive, but when it is coming from a multi-million dollar corporate entity, it just feels like it is intentionally insulting your intelligence even if it is well-done. And these are not well-done.
November 7, 2014 @ 2:13 pm
I just assumed that the innuendos were about them having sex with each other.
November 11, 2014 @ 4:43 am
The “pink umbrella” lyric is just a filler lyric. Actually the sink part is probably the filler to make the drink line work in the song. It’s obviously not some sexual innuendo. And he clearly says “a” and not “the” pink umbrella. Also Harley is his dog. You guys are thinking too much into this simple song. P.S. Yes this is dude bro and about as country as Taylor Swift.
February 11, 2015 @ 4:32 pm
Okay, so it’s “wrong” for FGL to sing about this stuff, but Kacey Musgraves can talk about homosexuality and smoking a joint? I bet if this was a Gates song NO one would have a problem with it. And obviously the people who wrote this have as dirty of a mind as FGL and everyone else who uderstood this. Harley is Tylers dog, not his penis. They have fun with their music just like everyone else does.
March 24, 2015 @ 4:33 pm
Y’all are idiots if you believe a word that this damn website says about FGL! You have no idea how much their music has and is helping me through the hard time that I’m having. And for any of you so called fans are giving this good comments. Shame on you, because you sure as hell aren’t an FGL fan! And if you don’t like their music then turn it off! Don’t go and freaking criticize it!
March 30, 2015 @ 4:17 pm
I agree to a point. The McDonald’s “I’m Lovin’ It” jingle got me through my second divorce.
April 7, 2015 @ 6:10 pm
Though I do not currently agree with some of the judgement about the music produced by the band Flirida Georgia Line being bad music, I do agree that the music does include many sexual innuendos (much to my disliking) and does not uphold their professed Christian morality/morals. Though they have gone to far on many accounts of sexual inuendo laiden lyrics, I still believe them to be good musicians and generally enjoyable people with generally good morals and Christian values
May 13, 2017 @ 9:01 am
This is hilarious! ?
February 25, 2019 @ 5:18 pm
Pearl Necklace was a crossover. “She can put her shoes under my bed anytime” wasn’t about storage. “Crackers in my bed” etc, etc, etc. But I guess Elvis & Jerry Lee Lewis liking 12 & 14 year old girls was ok as they also did more wholesome music…. It was why Tom Parker got away with taking money for so long as he was hushing up some of Elvis’ skirt chasing with the younger ones. He had made him wait until Priscilla was of age. R Kelly didn’t start that people. I’d much rather the music push the envelop than the musician!!
February 25, 2019 @ 5:53 pm
What someone did 60 years ago doesn’t change the fact that FGL stink.
November 3, 2020 @ 10:04 am
This website sucks total ass, I’ve never actually understood why people wanna talk shit for a living. Fuck this website, it is most definitely not “saving country music” by any means. Nobody gives a fuck about any of this trash on this website. Lol