…what would the song title be?
Caregiving and county songs have a lot in common. During a caregiving experience, you lose your money, your freedom and your patience. And, a country song is all about losing–the girl, the house, the pick-up truck.
So, what’s the title of your country song inspired by your caregiving experience?
To spur your creative juices, consider these country song titles:
* If You Don’t Believe I Love You Just Ask My Wife
* Timber, I’m Falling in Love
* You’re the First Time I Thought About Leaving
* Love Will Beat Your Brains Out
* You Can Tell the Man Who Boozes (By the Company He Chooses)
* I Think I’ll Drink Myself Into the Past
* I Got Tears in My Ears From Lying on My Back Crying on My Pillow Over You
* Sleeping Single in a Double Bed
* The Pint of No Return
* Your Negligee Has Turned to Flannel Nightgowns
* Guess My Eyes Were Bigger Than My Heart
* It Ain’t Love but It Ain’t Bad
* Thank God and Greyhound She’s Gone
* I’d Rather have a Bottle in Front of Me Than a Frontal Lobotomy
* Don’t Let That Doorknob Hit You (on the Way Out)
* You’re Out Doing What I’m Here Doing Without
(Source: The Year’s Worst Country Song Titles)
Please share your song title in our comments section, below.
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