Pour a little crown in a dixie cup Drunk On You by Luke Bryan

crown as in Crown Royal, the top selling Canadian whiskey in the US…the stuff ain’t come cheap.

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Drip of honey on the money maker gotta be
The best buzz I'm ever gonna find
Drunk On You by Luke Bryan

Luke told Taste of Country:

The line, ‘Drip of honey on the money maker, gotta be the best buzz I’m ever gonna find’ … People from where I grew up just look at me and say the line to me, and they’ll be like, ‘What does that mean?’ My standard answer is, ‘Exactly what you think it does.’ The song is about a girl that this guy is just head over heels about.

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Pour me somethin' tall an' strong
Make it a "Hurricane" before I go insane
It's 5 O'Clock Somewhere by Alan Jackson

A Hurricane is a cocktail that consists of:
-Rum
-Fruit Juice
-Syrup or Grenadine

They are strong because they contain 2 oz of light rum in addition to 2 oz of dark rum.

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I want to love somebody
Love somebody like you
Somebody Like You by Keith Urban

That somebody was supermodel Niki Taylor, who both played the role in the music video and dated Keith on and off for 3 years until their break up was officially announced in 2004.

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I used to run in circles going nowhere fast
I'd take, uh, one step forward and two steps back
Couldn't walk a straight line even if I wanted to
Somebody Like You by Keith Urban

Keith Urban had a battle with addiction. In 1998 (just four years prior to the release of this album), Keith checked into the Cumberland Heights treatment center in Nashville for cocaine and alcohol problems.

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I spend all day out on this lake
And hell is all I catch
Today she met me at the door
Said I would have to choose
If I hit that fishin' hole today
She'd be packin' all her things
And she'd be gone by noon
I'm Gonna Miss Her (The Fishin' Song) by Brad Paisley

Paisley planned to place the song on his debut album Who Needs Pictures. Although the label had wanted him to do so, Rogers thought that the “song was better for a more established artist”.[Country Weekly]

Although Garth Brooks, George Strait, and Alan Jackson had all shown interest in recording the song, Paisley kept it to himself after the success of his Who Needs Pictures album. He then recorded “I’m Gonna Miss Her” for his Part II album, and the song was released as that album’s third single, despite Paisley’s initial reluctance, as he had thought that the concept of a male choosing fishing over love might be offensive to female listeners.
[CMT]

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Look a-yonder comin'
Comin' down that railroad track
Hey, look a-yonder comin'
Comin' down that railroad track
It's the Orange Blossom Special
Bringin' my baby back
Orange Blossom Special by Johnny Cash (Ft. Ervin T. Rouse & Gordon Rouse)

The Orange Blossom Special was a deluxe passenger train (operated primarily by the Seaboard Air Line Railroad) that went between New York City and Miami in the US.

The train was marked by its excellent passenger service and luxury. “The World’s Greatest Railway Buff”, E. M. Frimbo, offered this account of a dining car chef who had worked aboard the train:

Our chef… spent nine of his forty-three years with the Pennsylvania Railroad as chef on the celebrated all-Pullman New York-to-Florida train the Orange Blossom Special—the most luxurious winter-season train ever devised by man. Nothing even remotely resembling a can opener was allowed on the premises. All the pies, cakes, rolls, birthday cakes were baked on board under his supervision. Cut flowers and fresh fish were taken on at every re-victualling stop, and the train carried thirty-five hundred dollars' worth of wine, liquor and champagne… for each run.

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The Devil bowed his head because he knew that he'd been beat
And he laid that golden fiddle on the ground at Johnny's feet
The Devil Went Down to Georgia by The Charlie Daniels Band

This song appears in the video game Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock, which Daniel comments: “To tell you the truth the whole thing bothered me and struck me as something that is not the healthiest thing in the world for young, impressionable minds to be exposed to, but the thing that really got me was what they had done with my song. The song, ‘The Devil Went Down To Georgia,’ which I wrote, is supposed to be a lighthearted novelty about a fiddling contest between a country boy and the devil and the devil always loses. That is not the case with the Guitar Hero version which comes complete with a horned, guitar-playing devil who battles the player and very often wins. I want any of you parents out there whose children have this game to know that I did not grant these people my permission to pervert my song and am disgusted with the result.”

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The Devil went down to Georgia. He was lookin' for a soul to steal
He was in a bind cause he was way behind. He was willing to make a deal
The Devil Went Down to Georgia by The Charlie Daniels Band

Charlie Daniels told Songfacts that the idea for this song came from a poem he read in high school called The Mountain Whippoorwill by Stephen Vincent Benet.

Daniels stated: “We had gone in and rehearsed, written, and recorded the music for our Million Mile Reflections album, and all of a sudden we said, ‘We don’t have a fiddle song.’ I don’t know why we didn’t discover that, but we went out and we took a couple of days' break from the recording studio, went into a rehearsal studio and I just had this idea: ‘The Devil went down to Georgia.’ The idea may have come from an old poem that Stephen Vincent Benet wrote many, many years ago. He didn’t use that line, but I just started, and the band started playing, and first thing you know we had it down.”

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Slips off of your tongue like turpentine White Liar by Miranda Lambert

Turpentine is a fluid that is obtained by distilling the resin obtained from trees, primarily pine trees. In day-to-day use, it is a chemical used in many cleaning products for its antiseptic properties and fresh smell.

Miranda utilizes this uncommon word to complete her metaphor regarding the slippery nature in which the lies come out of her man.

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