Thursday, May 10

Must.Change.Station.

Bre, in her infinite wisdom and mercy, bought me a radio for my birthday.  It may have been a defensive move, as I am prone to singing snippets of the world's most annoying songs.  At random.  Badly.
 
It turns out our fabuloso AM station turns to sports in the afternoons come springtime.  As Bre has abandoned me in favor of a vacation at the beach, I am indulging in my secret vice.  SHHHHHH.....
 
I listen to country music when no one is looking.  (oh, the shame) 
I still cannot stand the sappy tearjerker crap, but when my punk-souled partner in crime is away, I will stray to Country or NPR.  But sometimes I have to draw the line.
 
The name of the song that just came on?
 
I had to ask the other person in the office listening to the station if I had heard that correctly....
 
Yes, I did. 
 
The song is called.... 
 
 
 
I'd sure love to check you for ticks.
 
 
NPR, here I come.
 
 
(that song title may have been funnier with my original typo, I'd sure love to check you for tics.  Sung by the kid who wrote the first poem on CRSE's post....)

8 comments:

crse said...

Although Im not a great fan of country? After the last post, I think I might try that as a pick up line!

Melissa said...

Sometimes country music can be heard wafting from my speakers. I don't admit to this in public however.

kim said...

I knew you were a closet cowgirl!!

Sayre said...

I'm an NPR junkie. I confess. To the point where my son will whine, "Michelle Norris - again???"

Not So Anonymous Michelle said...

Now I've seen it all, that is some song title!! haha! I am a closet country listener sometimes too...NPR, not so much, but I am also a closet (or not so much anymore) Eminem, Nelly, etc. fan

bananas62 said...

Jen,
Easy now...That's My "friend's" song to me!!! I have the words on my wall! It's a cute song and well so is Brad Paisley!!!

Anonymous said...

See, I find that I like Brad Paisley, he writes (or chooses? I dunno) songs with wit. I think the shame of listening to country in a public place, combined with that title, just got to me. Deeper confession? It's still tuned to country today.

Jennfactor

Mert said...

Well, you already know that I like some rap. :D That song title is hilarious!