What you have to do to get an image for a this song. I like the song, I don’t like whiskey. I asked my husband if he had some at home, well he did. I asked for it, he said in the middle of the day??? and I was Yeah, I need to take a photo. What you do to get a shot. I took ten and still wasn’t happy, but since I took them I am going to share most of them. Sorry! Thought you are getting the idea of my editing to cover the fact that they are not the best of shot.
“Tennessee Whiskey” was first recorded by David Allan Coe for his 1981 album of the same name, and then by George Jones, who took it to No. 2 on the country chart in 1983. This is the version by Chris Stapleton.
Stapleton’s musical influences range from outlaw country and bluegrass to rock and roll and blues, he is a soul singer[with a tenor vocal range with lots of different influences from various artists.
Used to spend my nights out in a barroom
Liquor was the only love I’ve known
But you rescued me from reachin’ for the bottom
And brought me back from being too far gone
You’re as smooth as Tennessee whiskey
You’re as sweet as strawberry wine
You’re as warm as a glass of brandy
And honey, I stay stoned on your love all the time
Thanks PARALLEL LINES |in scale for hosting How to Survive November once again.
At the ‘How to Survive November‘ monthly theme we will combine photo and sound. You can select a piece of music to your taste and find a photo to portray the song or you can make a drawing, painting or collage. The picture can be from your archives or you can get it fresh. Enjoy and have fun!