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Old King —Neil Young Young wrote this song about his traveling buddy, a hound name Elvis, who went out on the road with him for many years. The Puppy Song —Harry Nilsson Nilsson wrote plenty of whimsical songs, but nothing quite as wistful as this one; he sings that having a dog would be the key to happiness. But they had the right idea with this song: a dog as a cure for heartbreak. This is ditty of theirs is G-rated. Country music has perennial themes like trucks, mom, and, you guessed it, dogs. Here are just a few country songs, from the old classics to the most recent, about dogs. The More Boys I Meet —Carrie Underwood This top country star has something to say about dogs: she likes them better than the men she dates.
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Dogs: They're Prozac for the Soul
FlourishAnyway believes there is a playlist for just about any situation and is on a mission to unite and entertain the world through song. Sure, your mama might say she loves you best. And your spouse pulls double duty as a great friend. But the truth is that no one can give you the unconditional love of a dog. With their four paws, wet noses and incessantly wagging tails, dogs provide Prozac for the soul. If you are lucky enough to share your life with a canine, then you already know that dogs can be counted on for an energetic "Welcome Home," even if you only went as far as the grocery store. They also offer sloppy kisses and close companionship — no matter the fact that you've been moody and unlikable lately.
Traditional Sound Discogr. A bit of non-musical advertisement for very talented students of my department. The original album's notes commented:. Poaching used to provide a living for country people. Whilst many songs deal with poachers who are captured and transported, here the hares are caught and sold without detection. There appears to be one generally published version of this poaching song, given by Kidson in Traditional Tunes as Hares in the Old Plantation. Mr Willett's text is superior.