Women of Country Music

30 May

Last week BuzzFeed published a post with the 11 Country Music Lyrics That Prove Women Run the World. It was a good list, but I wanted to add my own twist to this list.

You see, country women don’t just run the world, and Steel Magnolias isn’t just a movie title. The women of country music are tougher than nails, and they aren’t going to take your crap.

Here are a few lyrics that I think perfectly illustrate my point. Take it away, ladies!

Maggie Rose – “Looking Back Now” (I am currently obsessed with this song.)

The Dixie Chicks – “Goodbye Earl”

Miranda Lambert – “Gunpowder and Lead”

Reba McEntire – “The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia”

Carrie Underwood – “Two Black Cadillacs”

The lesson here? Don’t mess the women of country music. 😉

One Response to “Women of Country Music”

  1. AJ May 31, 2014 at 1:46 am #

    I’ve never heard of Maggie Rose. How is this possible? I love this song.