Nation music is well known for blue-collar working class heroes and over time the genre has provided us some certainly great tracks about spending so much time (or hardly working).
25. “Nationwide Performing Female’s Hol
Take notice, dudes. this is one way to ascribe value to a female in a song without dwelling on her behalf appearance!
Lee Brice sings one when it comes to blue collar employees whom’re regulars during the only club that is still available after their 12-hour change finishes.
23. “Amarillo by,” George Strait morning
At the same time whenever tracks about cowboys seemed into the rodeo for lead characters, Strait remarked that cyclists kept the exact same tour that is unrelenting as nation music vocalists.
22. “It is 5′ O Clock Somewhere,” Alan Jackson ft. Jimmy Buffett
Often by Fr >Alan Jackson lives down that fantasy with assistance from a friend that is famous.
21. “The Factory,” Kenny Rogers
The overworked, underpaid worker at the local mill despite the trappings of ’80s over-production, Kenny Rogers’ “The Factory” best celebrates.
20. “Eighteen Wheels And A Dozen Roses,” Kathy Mattea
A retiring vehicle motorist comes back home to their loving spouse, this time around for keeps, in Kathy Mattea’s breakout solitary.