Dear Lord baby Jesus, lyin’ there in your manger, just lookin’ at your Baby Einstein developmental videos, learnin’ ’bout shapes and colors,
I don’t ask for much.
Ok, don’t get me to lying 8 pound 6 ounce Jesus in the tuxedo shirt. I did ask you to not let me die on the floor of that shitty LaQuinta Inn by the airport in Nashville a few weeks ago when I decided it was a good idea to drink away my social anxiety and raging inferiority complex and get so intoxicated that I thought it would be a good idea to ask Miss Kentucky if her teeth were real and thumped her in the lateral incisor to see if she was telling the truth, but today I am asking you for something else.
I am just asking if you could you talk to your Daddy and see if y’all could maybe get some radio people to NOT ignore the new Dwight Yoakam album, “Three Pears”.
It is SO good and maybe if you make that small miracle happen, it will start a trend.
Please and Thank You.
Call me, Mean it. Lets do lunch!
Love your guts like a Rankin Twin loves glitter and Pauline Reese likes finding different ways to post pictures of her flat stomach and cottage cheese free ass on Instagram,
I really, really hope that Jay Cee is checking his prayer box because I stumbled across a few of the new tracks from Dwight’s new album and he is restoring my faith in music again. I especially loved this track: It’s Never Alright <—-click there.
That one, “It’s Never Alright” was co-written by Ashley, The Awkward Annie and only took around 4 hours to write. Love love love…even if I could have done without the trumpet orchestra.
They say it gets better,
well I guess that it might,
but even when its better,
its never alright.
That pretty much sums it up, huh?
DY is doing the internet Easter Egg Hunt thing with the tracks. You can play hide and seek on website’s like AOL, CMT, GAC, Taste of Country and Yahoo! to find more of them.
Dwight Yoakam will be releasing the album 3 Pears next week.