"Our houses are protected by the Good Lord and a gun"
-Josh Thompson, "Way Out Here"
"Rain makes corn, corn makes whiskey
Whiskey makes my baby, feel a little frisky"
- Luke Bryan, "Rain Is A Good Thing"
"This world keeps spinning faster
Into a new disaster, so I run to you, I run to you, baby"
- Lady Antebellum, "I Run To You"
"God, I'm down here on my knees
Cause it's the last place left to fall"
- Chris Young, "The Man I Want To Be"
"Every dog has its day dog, but today dog just ain't yours"
-Toby Keith, "Every Dog Has Its Day"
As a guy who works with words for a living, I truly appreciate a great line.
A great line can turn a mediocre commercial into a memorable motivating message.
A great line can turn a mediocre break (a radio term for when the DJ talks with no music), into a classic bit.
PICTURED: Google Image Search result for "Classic Terry Stevens bit"
A great line can move mountains, hearts and nations.
See the non-plaque version here.
I love the rhythm and flow of language, be it in a commercial, a song or a sentence. Share some of your favorite lines in the comments section below.
Your TTPK Hint for yesterday is: "shiftless"
Your Blog Keyword for today is the last name of the guy whose words are on that plaque up there. It's good for 250 WDEZ Club Points until 1700 on 4/16/10.