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Fun Music Information -> Porter Wagoner

Album cover parody of The Bottom Of The Bottle / Confessions Of A Broken Man by Porter Wagoner
Parody album cover
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Remove a Letter From a Song Title:

"The Cold Hard Acts Of Life" originally "The Cold Hard Facts Of Life"
Paula Bland
"The Old Hard Facts Of Life" originally "The Cold Hard Facts Of Life"
Paula Bland

Add a Letter to a Song Title:

"The Cold Hard Facets Of Life" originally "The Cold Hard Facts Of Life"
Paula Bland

Change a Letter:

"The Legend Of The Pig Steeple" originally "The Legend Of The Big Steeple"
Richard Wetfuss
"The Legend Of The Bug Steeple" originally "The Legend Of The Big Steeple"
Richard Wetfuss

Misheard Lyrics:

"Green Green Grass of Home"
Misheard Lyrics:
Down the lane I walk, and there runs Mary.
Her golden lips like cherries
Original Lyrics:
Down the road I look, and there runs Mary
Hair of gold, and lips like cherries.
"Ole Slew Foot"
Misheard Lyrics:
Winner's comin' on and he's twenty below
My feet are froze over so where can we go.
Original Lyrics:
Winter's comin' on and it's twenty below
And the river's froze over so where can he go.

Song Title Space Change:

"Tomorrow We'll Re-Tire" originally "Tomorrow We'll Retire"
Submitted by: Yvette Bristle

Song Title Anagrams:

"The Legend Of The Steep Bilge" originally "The Legend Of The Big Steeple"
Submitted by: Kaen Smith

What A Band is Best Known For (aside from their music):

"Original addressee of "I Will Always Love You""
In 1973, Dolly Parton wrote the song "I Will Always Love You," possibly made more famous later by Whitney Houston. Though many perceive it as a romantic love song, it was not written to be that. Parton and Wagoner were never romantically involved, but were at one time a singing duo. She wrote it as a farewell to him when she was leaving the duo to go solo with her singing.
Submitted by: D. Melody Dole, MD

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