Everyone from Zac Brown Band to Kacey Musgraves is referencing smoking weed in their tunes lately, if not directly writing songs centered around the typically illicit activity. Amid discussions nationwide of legalizing the drug, artists like Willie Nelson have become well-known advocates in recent years, and many other country artists feel similarly. In the music video, the band takes full advantage of the summer to do all of those things and more, hanging out by the pool, doing a slip-n-slide and drinking with friends. The tune is not necessarily just about marijuana, but it does feature prominently throughout the song. Hank Williams, Jr. The song describes his life in a haze, with no real grasp on reality or what he was giving up by staying high all the time. It was rated No. The artist takes a bold approach to a common real-life situation — getting stuck in a rut with your spouse or long-term significant other — and suggests trying some less conventional tactics.
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"They Call Me Cadillac"
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Pot may still be illegal in much of the U. Houser's nickname is Cadillac because he likes everything "real smooth" and laid back -- and doesn't want anyone to mess with his good times. For some, at the end of a long work week, when you're completely beat, nothing sounds better than sitting on the couch with your love and, well, getting high. In "Ready to Roll," Shelton's tongue-in-cheek lyrics take the cake: " We gonna burn all afternoon like it's something to smoke " and " I don't know about you, but I'm ready to roll. The father of three may just have to explain that line to his kids when they get a little older!
It sounds like she's already considered marrying you and raising children in the church even with you being out of the church. Please think that there is something worse: Sometimes I feel the worst wife, mother and daughter. But actions speak louder than words. And our strength doesn't necessarily come from ego or wealth. I recommend that talk. Good to see that I'm not alone. I feel as if my husband and I just live passed eachother.