Share on Facebook Truck references in country music are a dime in a dozen. And we're not complaining -- but there are some songs that go above and beyond a quick mention of a Chevy or a Ford, to a storyline that's centered around the country vehicle of choice, or a major reference to trucks in the verses or chorus.
These songs have a little romance and a little grit But in each case, the truck is the star of the show. Do we love trucks? She describes what she wants in a man -- and McEntire doesn't want someone who looks "picture perfect, like he stepped right off the silver screen. She wants someone with Wranglers and a Stetson. She wants a cowboy. Shine up his old truck, swing by the Quick Stop, grab a couple of drinks and head to his lady's house to pick her up for a romantic evening in the moonlight.
The tune's got a little bit of romance and a lot of love for a Chevy. You know how a women knows she's losing her man when she finds lipstick on his collar? Akins sings about a man who loses his girl -- and he knows it because, when he drives past her house, there's a Chevy 4x4 in her driveway Written by the country star and Chris DuBois, it's about that monumental moment when a guy is holding the keys to his shiny new Chevy truck, and he wants to take his girl out for a test drive down by the lake, make a romantic evening of it and "get a little mud on the tires.
It's not anything to be ashamed of -- it's to be embraced -- and that's what Adkins does in this song. And Adkins isn't embarrassed of his truck either, which sports an Earnhardt racing sticker on the window, a banged-up fender, rust and more.
It's all character, right? It involves a truck in a farmer's field, a "no trespass" sign, a girl in a red sundress and a kiss that leads to something more. It's sexy, catchy and put Moore on the country music landscape. It isn't just a song about a truck -- it's a song about the narrator driving a truck owned by his brother In the song, Brice sings about how he copes with the pain of losing a loved one: The uptempo song describes the love affair between a man and his pickup truck -- but his truck does more than drive him around; it also scores points with the ladies.
He wouldn't trade his truck even if it was burned up and rolled down a hill for a Coupe de Ville. Share your favorite in the comments section below!