Long Song Title Top Ten: Kiss the Lips (#5)

@FourWalls (13748)
United States
April 22, 2018 9:03pm CST
How about those Cincinnati Reds? The only team to ever have an undefeated season (their first year, 1869), may become the first team to have 150 losses in a year. But this isn't about baseball, it's about music. More precisely the next song on my list of songs with long titles. I would say that today's song is country, but I'm pretty sure you'll know that when you look at the title. Here it is. #5: It's Hard to Kiss the Lips At Night That Chew Your Ass Out All Day Long - Notorious Cherry Bombs Yeah, that ain't no Nirvana tune! And yes, it's a real song. It takes a lighthearted (or do I have to say that, either?) look at marriage long after the youthful fun has been replaced by middle-age spread. The Notorious Cherry Bombs were a "super group" fronted by Vince Gill and Rodney Crowell. Their 2004 album was a one-off with Gill, Crowell, and a number of other heavy hitters (Hank DeVito, Richard Bennett, Tony Brown) from the world of session musicians. I'd advise against drinking or eating while watching this video. Vince Gill is a handsome man, but dang he's an ugly woman. It's Hard to Kiss the Lips At Night That Chew Your Ass Out All Day Long Written by Rodney Crowell and Vince Gill Recorded by the Notorious Cherry Bombs From Notorious Cherry Bombs, 2004 'Cause the radio won't play it:
Music video by The Notorious Cherry Bombs performing It's Hard To Kiss The Lips At Night That Chew Your Ass Out All Day Long. (C) 2004 Universal South Record...
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@JohnRoberts (57003)
• Los Angeles, California
23 Apr
Where do you dig this stuff up?
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@FourWalls (13748)
• United States
23 Apr
So you like it?
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@teamfreak16 (41179)
• Colorado Springs, Colorado
17 Jun
I used to have a CD by a smooth jazz saxophonist named Warren Hill, and Vince Gill did vocals on one song. I was blasting the hell out of the album in the basement one day when my modern country-loving roommates came home. "Are YOU actually listening to Vince Gill?" "Well, sort of." I guess it was funnier at the time.
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25 Apr
I should hear that.
@ivanituut (1937)
23 Apr
I'll listen to it