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What songs remind you of Hazzard?


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hank williams jr. a country boy can survive

lynryd skynryd sweet home alabama

tom wopat road home

waylon jennings good ole boys (were its the theme song, of course)

blake shelton ole' red (i have no clue why but it does)

lynryd skynryd saturday night special it seems like a song theyd play

while they're racing.

steve earle copperhead road

big and rich save a horse ride a cowboy(this would be the girls

thinkin bout bo and luke :)

lynryd skynryd free bird

little big town boondocks

hank williams jr. if the south wouldve won&if heaven aitn a lot like

dixie.

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the song what was i thinkin' by dierks bentley always reminds me of the dukes. it sounds soo much like somethin that would happen on the dukes. and it even says in it "hood slidin like bo duke." which is my favorite part of the song. it became my favorite song after i listened to it a couple times. and dierks bentley became my fave singer. but if you don't know the song check it out. its awesome.

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hazzard's song is called: what was I thinkin'

Lori: ol' red probably because it's a song about breaking out of prison and there's the line about "on a prison farm in georgia"

others that remind me 'all american country boy' by alan jackson

'mud on the tires' brad paisley

'way down south' Josh turner, only because it plays dixie at the end.

'the last of a dying breed' neal mccoy

'if the world had a front porch' tracy lawrence

although that's all i can think of right now i'm sure there's more.

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Well this is a hard question because there is so many songs out there and I can think of a few right off hand that remind me of Hazzard. Problem being, I know in another day or two I'll have another handful of songs. ;)

*Hillbilly Shoes* By Montgomery Gentry - just the attitude of the song and what it says.

*Big white Cadallac* By Dwight Yoakam - for Boss' car.

*Our Town* once again by Montgomery Gentry

*Good Ol' Boys* By Waylon Jennings -for the obvious reasons ;)

*Boondocks* by Little Big Town

*What was I thinkin'* By Dierks Bently

A couple were already mentioned, but I put them in for agreement. As I said above, I am sure I will think of more in a day or so. LOL.

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Howdy Y'all...Here is a couple songs that remind me of Hazzard:

What was I thinkin'-Dierks Bently--"Hood SLidin like Bo Duke" I can just see one of them duke boys doin that...lol.

Me and My Gang-Rascal Flatts--"High Class Women, in Daisy Duke Denim"

19 Something-Mark Wills--"My First love was Daisy Duke in them cut off jeans"

The Good Ol' Boys-Waylon Jennigs--The obvios reason it was the theme song

The General Lee-Johnny Cash-- Umm it was bout the General Lee

Copperhead Road-Steve Earle

Country Roads-John Denver--Just cause of the Country Roads...just remind me of hazzard

A Country Boy can Survive-Hank Williams Jr.

Thats How they do it in Dixie-Hank Williams Jr.

Hillbilly Deluxe-Brooks N Dunn

Good Ol' Mountain Dew-Can't think of the guy that sings it but it bout Shine.lol.

N there are so many more, But I aint got time to list them.

Oh I was meanin to say to LizzyJackson-Davenport that the video of 19 something on youtube is really really cool...Im like you I love the first part with the General Lee...and I really like that song!

I sure wish times would be like it was in Hazzard County, and in Mayberry that would be so nice.

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Howdy Y'all...Here is a couple songs that remind me of Hazzard:

Copperhead Road-Steve Earle

I sure wish times would be like it was in Hazzard County, and in Mayberry that would be so nice.

I love that song as it is one my favorites, BUT and it is a big but, listen to the last verse and there is no way it is something that the Dukes would do. The first two verses are so much Dukes related til they get the plan for the drug running.

Great song .

Copperhead Road - Steve Earle

Well my name's John Lee Pettimore

Same as my daddy and his daddy before

You hardly ever saw Grandaddy down here

He only came to town about twice a year

He'd buy a hundred pounds of yeast and some copper line

Everybody knew that he made moonshine

Now the revenue man wanted Grandaddy bad

He headed up the holler with everything he had

It's before my time but I've been told

He never came back from Copperhead Road

Now Daddy ran the whiskey in a big block Dodge

Bought it at an auction at the Mason's Lodge

Johnson County Sheriff painted on the side

Just shot a coat of primer then he looked inside

Well him and my uncle tore that engine down

I still remember that rumblin' sound

Well the sheriff came around in the middle of the night

Heard mama cryin', knew something wasn't right

He was headed down to Knoxville with the weekly load

You could smell the whiskey burnin' down Copperhead Road

I volunteered for the Army on my birthday

They draft the white trash first,'round here anyway

I done two tours of duty in Vietnam

And I came home with a brand new plan

I take the seed from Colombia and Mexico

I plant it up the holler down Copperhead Road

Well the D.E.A.'s got a chopper in the air

I wake up screaming like I'm back over there

I learned a thing or two from ol' Charlie don't you know

You better stay away from Copperhead Road

I'm gone

Darrell

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Howdy Capt_Redneck..yea your right bout the last verse, that is somethang the the Dukes would never do...I never relized that is what the end of the song was till I read it...Still like the song...just not the last part...Course there is this one dukes episode I dont member the name of it but Uncle Jesse was gittin a water heater I think, and they went to pick it up and they picked up the wrong one and it was filled with marijuana...that was funny...then Roscoe found em with it....funny...Anyways I'd say everyone would know who the dukes are even if they aint in a small town.lol. But that does sound like hazzard famous in a small town.

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I don't know when this video came out, I watching a video countdown on GAC, and happened to see Jewel's new video. Yep, she's gone country. (who ain't, lately? )

At first I was like, ok, another chick wearing boots and getting out of a hot rod. Seen this before. 'Cept Jewel was getting out of a 78 Trans Am. Ok, I'm watching. She goes into a bar, makes eyes at some dude. Song is pretty tame.

But then she leaves the bar and does a smoking peel-out, and the dude jumps into his 1969 Charger to chase her. Here we go, I'm not changing the channel now...

The love chase turns into a game of chicken, with the Charger and the Trans Am heading right for each other, head-on. All the while, Jewel is singing her wistful little song and looking unconcerned. And THEN...

Well, I can't ruin it for ya. Try catching it for yourself. The Charger isn't orange, but this thing had Dukes of Hazzard influence written all over it.

And Jewel can sing a helluva lot better than Jessica Simpson.

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I don't know when this video came out, I watching a video countdown on GAC, and happened to see Jewel's new video. Yep, she's gone country. (who ain't, lately? )

At first I was like, ok, another chick wearing boots and getting out of a hot rod. Seen this before. 'Cept Jewel was getting out of a 78 Trans Am. Ok, I'm watching. She goes into a bar, makes eyes at some dude. Song is pretty tame.

But then she leaves the bar and does a smoking peel-out, and the dude jumps into his 1969 Charger to chase her. Here we go, I'm not changing the channel now...

The love chase turns into a game of chicken, with the Charger and the Trans Am heading right for each other, head-on. All the while, Jewel is singing her wistful little song and looking unconcerned. And THEN...

Well, I can't ruin it for ya. Try catching it for yourself. The Charger isn't orange, but this thing had Dukes of Hazzard influence written all over it.

And Jewel can sing a helluva lot better than Jessica Simpson.

anyone know the name of that song?

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