Taylor Swift surprised everyone with a new album (Folklore) during quarantine and the first video to come from it accompanies the song “Cardigan”…
Inspired by the the comfy cardigan she finds by the piano at the end of the video, here’s a list of songs about clothes you can wear. Update: This is a list of COUNTRY songs about clothes you can wear. There are just too many songs to not narrow it down. So next time you’re on $10,000 Pyramid, you should be able to knock this category out of the park!
13 Country Songs About Things You Wear… and 1 About Things You Don’t Wear
Keith Urban “You Look Good in My Shirt”
Jake Owen “Barefoot Blue Jean Night”
Nancy Sinatra “These Boots Were Made For Walkin'”
Jon Pardi “Dirt On My Boots”
Miranda Lambert “Smoking Jacket”
Brooks & Dunn “Boot Scootin’ Boogie”
Randy Houser “Boots On”
Kelsea Ballerini “Stilettos”
Dolly Parton “Coat of Many Colors”
Jennifer Nettles “Drunk In Heels”
Chris Young “Gettin You Home (The Black Dress Song)”
Johnny Cash “Rock and Roll Shoes”
Shania Twain “Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under?”
Honorable Mention: Kenny Chesney “No Shirt, No Shoes, No Problem” (even though this is actually about clothes you’re not wearing)
Merry Christmas! OK, I know it’s still October but wouldn’t you know it, I’ve already seen Christmas decorations in stores around Nashville. I’m sure you have, too. It’s becoming the norm to see holiday decor well before Thanksgiving, which is a point on the calendar after which Christmas stuff is more socially accepted, or expected.
But this is not about that silly controversy… let’s talk music!
Christmas has some of the best music of all time… and did you not say that line in your Kanye West voice? I did. Taylor, I’m gonna let you finish, but Christmas has some fo the best music of all time!
Everyone in the world knows Taylor Swift‘s new album “Lover” is out. And along with it, a new video for the title track, “Lover.”
The views are rising at a rate of 4.8 million views a day. That’s 200k per hour. That’s over 3,000 views every minute. Craziness.
But after watching the video, you might be wondering, who’s this guy playing the part of Taylor’s lover?
His name is Christian Owens. And no, it’s not this Christian Owens. There’s a good article here about his history with Taylor and other acts like Beyonce and Normani.
In the video, Taylor and Christian are playing board games, one which is a teaser for another song of hers called “Cruel Summer.” Some of the lyrics are here on this board game, and on a mural painted in NYC before the album was released.
Everyone knows by now that Taylor Swift had a heavy hand in the direction of Sugarland‘s new “Babe” video… she co-wrote the song (along with Train’s Pat Monahan), sings background, and plays a role in the video. But there’s more to it! Check out some fun stuff below.
The first classic car in the video is either a ’63 or ’64 Lincoln Continental. I had a hard time narrowing it down with nothing to go on, really. Until I noticed the door handles. Take a close look and you’ll see the rear passenger door handle is right next to the front passenger door handle. Odd, right? Those were called suicide doors back then, and then I was able to find the Lincoln. The ’63 model seems a bit longer on the back end, so I’m leaning towards ’64 with this one.
The next car, driven by Jennifer Nettles as she meets her hubby at work, well, thanks to a comment below, it’s identified as a 1966 Ford Galaxie. It’s beautiful!
Words from the second letter in Jennifer’s hand are lyrics of Roxy Music “My Only Love”.
The house is the same one used as the set of Miranda Lambert’s “Mama’s Broken Heart” video, which premiered in March of 2013.
… work in a coffee shop although you can’t stand the smell of coffee or work as a bartender although you don’t drink?
[for the women]… spend a day with the Pioneer Woman but you’re not allowed to talk to her at all or spend a day with Chris Hemsworth but you’re not allowed to look at him ever?
[for the men]… spend a day with LeBron James but you’re forbidden from playing basketball with him or spend a day with LeBron James but all you can do for 24 hours is play basketball with him, with no breaks?
… be extremely knowledgable about cryptocurrencies 5 years too late, so you’re treated as someone who’s behind the times, or be extremely knowledgable 5 years too early and be blown off as a fool?
… be able to draw really well or sing really well, but then you’re terrible at the other option?
… improve on something that already exists or invent something completely new?
… get a gold medal in something like curling or a bronze medal in something like figure skating (playing on the notion that curling and figure skating athletes are in completely different leagues)?
… only be able to hop like a frog wherever you go or have legs that don’t bend at all?
… have a poster of *NSync signed by the entire band you aren’t allowed to dispose of or bleach your hair blond for a year and when anyone asks, you’re required to say it’s because you’re a fan of Justin Timberlake’s *NSync days?
… fly to the moon and back but you’re not allowed to tell anyone ever or when anyone asks what you’re biggest accomplishment is, you must say “I drove to Kentucky once”?
… have an iPhone that works most of the time or an old flip phone that works all the time?
… only be allowed to talk like Yoda or only be allowed to talk like Charlie Brown’s teacher?
… debate against Ben Shapiro for 5 minutes or debate against Tomi Lahren for 10 minutes?
… be a character on the tv show Parenthood or a character on the tv show This Is Us?
… exist as a zombie in the world of The Walking Dead or be a recurring peasant… in the world of Game of Thrones?
… be part of a really great inside joke between you and you’re only two friends or have lots of people think you’re funny but don’t want to know more about you?
… be a vegan married to someone who eats anything or be someone who eats anything married to a vegan?