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A ACTION

Actions speak louder than words.

1. Actions speak louder.

Mary Chapin Carpenter. "The Hard Way." Writ. M. C. Carpenter. From: Come On Come On. Columbia, 1992.

ALL (ADJ.)

All good things come in threes.

2. The best things seldom come around twice.

Alabama (Randy Owen, Jeff Cook, Teddy Gentry, Mark Herndon). "Once upon a Lifetime." Writ. G. Baker, F. J. Myers. From: American Pride. RCA, 1992.

ALL (PRON.)

All is fair in love and war.

3. Ronnie Milsap. "All Is Fair in Love and War." Writ. T. Nichols, R. Byrne. From: Back to the Grindstone. RCA/BMG, v4f24fo
1991.

APPRECIATE

One never appreciates what he has until he has lost it.

4. You never know all the riches you own, till someone takes them away.

John Schneider. "Take the Long Way Home." Writ. J. Neel, D. Crider. From: Take the Long Way Home. MCA, 1986.

B

BARK



A dog's bark is worse than his bite.

5. I'm out here barkin' without a bite.

Hutchens (Barry, Bill, Bryan). "Knock, Knock." Writ. J. Salley, J. Stevens. From: Knock, Knock. Atlantic Nashville,
1995.

BE

Be what you appear to be.

6. You're nowhere near what you appear to be.

John Anderson. "I Fell in the Water." Writ. J. Salley, J. Stevens. From: Solid Ground. BNA, 1993.

BEND

It is better to bend than break.

7. You can bend but not break me.

Holly Dunn. "I Am Who I Am." Writ. H. Dunn, T. Shapiro, C. Waters. From: Life and Love and All the Stages. River
North Nashville, 1995.

BEST

The best things in life are free.

8. The best things in life are not always free.





Rob Crosby. "Love Will Bring Her Around." Writ. R. Crosby, W. Robinson. From: Solid Ground. Arista, 1990.

BOOK

You can't judge a book by its cover.

9. You can't judge a book by lookin' at the cover.

Confederate Railroad (Eddie Bayers, Michael Rhodes, Bob Wray, Brent Rowan, Don Potter, Billy Joe Walker, Barry Beckett, "Cowboy" Eddie Long). "Daddy Never Was the Cadillac Kind." Writ. B. Nelson, D. Gibson. From: Notorious. Atlantic, 1992.

BOW



A bow bent too much will break.

10. Like a tree out in the backyard that never has been broken by the wind, our love will last forever if we're strong enough to bend.

Tanya Tucker. "Strong Enough to Bend." Writ. B. Nielsen-Chapman, D. Schlitz. From: Strong Enough to Bend. Capitol, 1988.

BOY

Boys will be boys.

11. Men will be boys.

Billy Dean. "Men Will Be Boys." Writ. G. Clark, V. Thompson. From: Men'll Be Boys. Liberty, 1994.

C

CHANGE (N.)

In this world nothing is permanent except change.

12. The only thing that stays the same is everything changes.

Tracy Lawrence. "Time Marches On." Writ. B. Braddock. From: Time Marches On. Atlantic, 1996.

CHANGE (V.)

All things change, and we with them.

13. Everything changes.

Tracy Lawrence. "Time Marches On." Writ. B. Braddock. From: Time Marches On. Atlantic, 1996.

The more it changes, the more it remains the same.

14. The less things change, the more they never seem the same.

Toby Keith. "Who's That Man." Writ. T. Keith. From: Boomtown. Polydor, 1994.

15. The more we try to change things, the more they stay the same.



Kathy Mattea. "Nobody's Gonna Rain on Our Parade." Writ. B. Parker, W. Rambeaux. From: Walking Away a
Winner. Mercury, 1994.

CHEEK

Turn the other cheek.

16. Johnny Cash and Hank Williams, Jr. "That Old Wheel." Writ. J. Pierce. From: Water from the Wells of Home. Mercury, 1988.

CHICKEN

Don't count your chickens before they are hatched.

17. Counting our chickens way too soon.

Bellamy Brothers (Howard, David). "Kids of the Baby Boom." Writ. D. Bellamy. From: Country Rap. Curb/MCA,
1987.

CLOUD

Every cloud has a silver lining.

18. That cloud with the silver linin'.

Asleep at the Wheel (Tim Alexander, Ray Benson, John Ely, Mike Francis, Larry Franklin, John Mitchell, David
Sanger). "That Lucky Old Sun." Writ. H. Gillespie, B. Smith. From: Western Standard Time. Epic, 1988.

19. Occasional clouds all have a silver linin'.

Shenandoah (Ralph Ezell, Mike McGuire, Marty Raybon, Jim Seales, Stan Thorn). "Moon over Georgia." Writ. M. Narmore. From: Extra Mile. Columbia, 1990.

Every cloud is not a sign of a storm.

20. Where there's a cloud don't mean there's rain.

Keith Whitley. "I'm Over You." Writ. T. Nichols, Z. Turner. From: I Wonder Do You Think of Me. RCA, 1989.

CRAWL

One must crawl before he walks.

21. Crawl before you walk.

Tracy Byrd. "The First Step." Writ. D. Crider, V. Thompson. From: No Ordinary Man. MCA, 1994.

22. You might have to crawl even after you walk.

John Michael Montgomery. "Life's a Dance." Writ. A. Shamblin, S. Seskin. From: Life's a Dance. Atlantic, 1992.

23. Gonna have to walk, but first you'll have to crawl.

Sawyer Brown (Mark Miller, Gregg "Hobie" Hubbard, Duncan Cameron, Jim Scholten, Joe Smyth). "(This Thing Called) Wantin' and Havin' It All." Writ. R. Samoset, D. Loggins. From: This Thing Called Wantin' and Havin' It All. Curb, 1995.

24. I had to let you walk before I'd crawl.

Clay Walker. "Only on Days That End in 'Y.'" Writ. R. Fagan. From: Hypnotize the Moon. Giant, 1995.

CRIME

Crime doesn't pay.

25. Crime don't pay.

Sawyer Brown (Gregg "Hobie" Hubbard, Mark Miller, Duncan Cameron, Jim Scholten, Joe Smyth). "Cafe on the
Corner." Writ. M. McAnally. From: Cafe on the Corner. Curb, 1992.

D

DARK

It is always darkest before dawn.

26. Even in the darkest hour before the dawn.

Jeff Carson. "Not on Your Love." Writ. T. Martin, R. Wilson, T. Martin. From: Jeff Carson. Curb, 1995.

27. The darkest hour is just before dawn.

Merle Haggard. "A Better Love Next Time." Writ. J. Christopher, B. Wood. From: 5:01 Blues. Epic, 1989.

28. It's darkest just before the dawn.

Reba McEntire. "'Til Love Comes Again." Writ. B. Regan, E. Hill. From: Sweet Sixteen. MCA, 1989.

29. The coldest hour is the one comes just before the dawn.

Mark O'Connor & Charlie Daniels (with Johnny Cash, Marty Stuart, Travis Tritt). "The Devil Comes Back to
Georgia." Writ. C. Daniels. From: Heroes. Warner Bros., 1993.



DEPTH

Never venture out of your depth till you can swim.

30. You shouldn't wade out in deep water, when you don't know how to swim.

John Anderson. "Let Go of the Stone." Writ. M. D. Barnes, M. T. Barnes. From: Seminole Wind. BNA, 1992.

DO

Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.

31. Do unto me like you want to be done to.

Lari White. "What a Woman Wants." Writ. L. White, C. Cannon. From: Lead Me Not. BMG, 1993.

You don't have to do anything but live till you die.

32. All I really gotta do is live and die.

Alabama (Randy Owen, Jeff Cook, Teddy Gentry, Mark Herndon). "I'm in a Hurry (and Don't Know Why)." Writ. R. Murrah, R. Vanwarmer. From: American Pride. RCA, 1992.

33. I just want to live until I die.

Clay Walker. "Live until I Die." Writ. C. Walker. From: Clay Walker. Giant, 1993.

DOG

A dog is man's best friend.

34. Time is a fool's best friend.

Rick Trevino. "Doctor Time." Writ. S. Longacre, L. Wilson. From: Rick Trevino. Columbia, 1994.

DOWN

You can't keep a good man down.

35. Alabama (Randy Owen, Jeffrey Cook, Teddy Gentry, Mark Herndon). "Can't Keep a Good Man Down." Writ. B. Corbin. From: 40 Hour Week. RCA, 1985.


DREAM

Dreams are lies.

36. Dreams rarely come true.

Wynonna Judd. "Only Love." Writ. M. Hummon, R. Murrah. From: Tell Me Why. Curb/MCA, 1993.

E

EASY

Easy come, easy go.

37. Brother Phelps (Ricky Lee, Doug). "Anyway the Wind Blows." Writ. J. J. Cale. From: Anyway the Wind Blows. Asylum, 1995.

38. Easy come girl, easy go.

George Strait. "Easy Come, Easy Go." Writ. A. Barker, D. Dillon. From: Easy Come, Easy Go. MCA, 1993.

EVIL

See no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil.

39. I cover my ears, I close my eyes, still hear your voice and it's telling me lies.

Dolly Parton, Linda Ronstadt, and Emmylou Harris. "Telling Me Lies." Writ. L. Thompson, B. Cook. From: Trio. Warner Bros., 1987.

EXCEPTION

There is an exception to every rule.

40. What once was the exception now seems to be the rule.

Clint Black. "Where Are You Now." Writ. C. Black, H. Nicholas. From: Put Yourself in My Shoes. RCA, 1990.

41. There's no exceptions to the rule.

Garth Brooks. "Not Counting You." Writ. G. Brooks. From: Garth Brooks. Capitol, 1989.

42. I'm the exception to the rule.



Mason Dixon (Frank Gilligan, Jerry Dengler, Rick Henderson). "Exception to the Rule." Writ. B. Jones, C. Waters, T. Shapiro. From: Exception to the Rule. Capitol, 1988.

EYE

An eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth.

43. An eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth.

Charlie Daniels Band (Bruce Ray Brown, Charlie Daniels, Taz DiGregorio, Jack Gavin, Charlie Hayward, Julian King, James Stroud). "Simple Man." Writ. C. Daniels, J. Gavin, C. Hayward, T. DiGregorio. From: Simple Man. Epic, 1989.

F

FAITH

Faith can move mountains.

44. It can make you move mountains.

Vince Gill. "When Love Finds You." Writ. V. Gill, M. Omartian. From: When Love Finds You. MCA, 1994.

45. If you've got love you can move a mountain.

John Michael Montgomery. "If You've Got Love." Writ. S. Seskin, M. D. Sanders. From: Kickin' It Up. Atlantic,
1994.

46. No matter if there's mountains you can't move.

John Michael Montgomery. "Long As I Live." Writ. R. Bowles, W. Robinson. From: John Michael Montgomery. Atlantic, 1995.

47. Faith that can move anything.

Tanya Tucker. "Two Sparrows in a Hurricane." Writ. M. A. Springer. From: Can't Run from Yourself. Liberty, 1992.

FATHER

Like father, like son.

48. Lionel Cartwright. "Like Father, Like Son." Writ. P. Overstreet, D. Schlitz. From: Lionel Cartwright. MCA, 1989.

49. Like father just like son.



Kenny Rogers. "The Factory." Writ. B. McGuire. From: I Prefer the Moonlight. RCA, 1987.

FINDER

Finders are keepers.

50. Hank Williams, Jr. "Finders Are Keepers." Writ. H. Williams, Jr. From: Greatest Hits III. Warner Bros., 1989.

FIRE

Don't play with fire.

51. Playin' with fire.

Martina McBride. "Life #9." Writ. Kostas, T. Perez. From: The Way That I Am. RCA, 1993.

Fight fire with fire.

52. Fightin' fire with fire.

Davis Daniel. "Fighting Fire with Fire." Writ. M. White, C. R. White. From: Fighting Fire with Fire. Mercury, 1991.

FISH

I have other fish to fry.

53. I got bigger fish to fry.

Boy Howdy (Hugh Wright, Jeffrey Steele, Larry Park, Cary Park). "Bigger Fish to Fry." Writ. J. Steele. From: Born
That Way. Curb, 1995.

FORGIVE

Forgive and forget.

54. Lionel Cartwright. "Give Me His Last Chance." Writ. L. Cartwright. From: Lionel Cartwright. MCA, 1989.

55. Forester Sisters (Christy, June, Kathy, Kim). "(That's What You Do) When You're in Love." Writ. T. Skinner, K. Bell, J. L. Wallace. From: The Forester Sisters. Warner Bros., 1985.

56. Matthews, Wright & King (Raymond Matthews, Woody Wright, Tony King). "One of These Days." Writ. B. Livsey, D. Schlitz. From: Dream Seekers. Sony, 1993.

57. Jesus would forgive, but a daddy don't forget.



Collin Raye. "Little Rock." Writ. T. Douglas. From: Extremes. Epic, 1994.

58. I keep forgiving, I keep forgetting.

Trisha Yearwood. "You Say You Will." Writ. B. Nielsen-Chapman, V. Thompson. From: Hearts in Armor. MCA,
1992.

FRYING PAN

Don't jump from the frying pan into the fire.

59. Jump from the frying pan into the fire.

Ricky Lynn Gregg. "Get a Little Closer." Writ. K. Williams, K. Blazy, N. Thrasher. From: Get a Little Closer. Liberty, 1994.

G

GAME

It's not whether you win or lose but how you play the game.

60. It's not whether you win or lose, it's how you lay the blame.

Highway 101 (Jack Daniels, Scott "Cactus" Moser, Nikki Nelson, Curtis Stone). "The Blame." Writ. C. Moser, P. Nelson, G. Nelson. From: Bing Bang Boom. Warner Bros., 1991.

GIVE

It is better to give than to receive.

61. I'd rather give than to receive.

Garth Brooks. "Not Counting You." Writ. G. Brooks. From: Garth Brooks. Capitol, 1989.

62. You do have to give, if you want to receive.

John Michael Montgomery. "Life's a Dance." Writ. A. Shamblin, S. Seskin. From: Life's a Dance. Atlantic, 1992.

GLASS

The glass is either half empty or half full.



63. Is my heart half full or half empty.

Ty Herndon (featuring Stephanie Bentley). "Heart Half Empty." Writ. G. Burr, D. Child. From: What Mattered Most. Epic, 1995.

GOLD

All that glitters is not gold.

64. Everything that glitters is not gold.

Dan Seals. "Everything That Glitters (Is Not Gold)." Writ. D. Seals, B. McDill. From: Won't Be Blue Anymore. EMI America, 1985.

GOOD (ADJ.)

All good things come to those who wait.

65. Good things come to those who wait.

Jon Randall. "This Heart." Writ. T. Haselden, T. Mensy. From: What You Don't Know. BMG, 1995.

66. Good things seem to go to those who wait.

Mike Reid. "As Simple As That." Writ. M. Reid, A. Shamblin. From: Turning for Home. Columbia, 1991.

67. Good things come to those who wait.

Sweethearts of the Rodeo (Kristine Arnold, Janis Gill). "This Heart." Writ. T. Mensy, T. Haselden. From: Buffalo
Zone. Columbia, 1990.

All good things must come to an end.

68. All bad things gotta come to an end.

BlackHawk (Dave Robbins, Henry Paul, Van Stephenson). "Like There Ain't No Yesterday." Writ. W. Aldridge, M. Narmore. From: Strong Enough. Arista, 1995.

69. Exile (Steve Goetzman, Marlon Hargis, Sonny Lemaire, J. P. Pennington, Les Taylor). "It's You Again." Writ. S. Lemaire, J. P. Pennington. From: Shelter from the Night. Epic, 1987.

GOOD (N.)

The good die young.

70. Tracy Lawrence. "If the Good Die Young." Writ. P. Nelson, C. Wiseman. From: Alibis. Atlantic, 1993.

GRASS

The grass is always greener on the other side of the fence.

71. The grass is green on both sides of the hill.

Clint Black. "No Time to Kill." Writ. C. Black, H. Nicholas. From: No Time to Kill. RCA, 1993.

72. Greener grass.

BlackHawk (Dave Robbins, Henry Paul, Van Stephenson). "Like There Ain't No Yesterday." Writ. W. Aldridge, M. Narmore. From: Strong Enough. Arista, 1995.

73. The grass ain't no greener.

Earl Thomas Conley. "I Can't Win for Losin' You." Writ. R. Byrne, R. Bowles. From: Too Many Times. RCA, 1986.

74. That grass I used to hate to mow sure is looking green.

Joe Diffie. "In My Own Backyard." Writ. A. Spooner, K. K. Phillips, J. Diffie. From: Honky Tonk Attitude. Epic,


1993.

75. The grass ain't always greener on the other side.

Martina McBride. "Life #9." Writ. Kostas, T. Perez. From: The Way That I Am. RCA, 1993.

76. The grass is greener on the other side.

Randy Travis. "Better Class of Losers." Writ. R. Travis, A. Jackson. From: High Lonesome. Warner Bros., 1991.

77. Don't let the green grass fool ya.

Shania Twain. "Dance with the One That Brought You." Writ. S. Hogin, G. Peters. From: Shania Twain. Mercury,
1993.

78. The grass is always greener on the other side.

Steve Wariner. "Baby I'm Yours." Writ. S. Wariner, G. Clark. From: I Should Be with You. MCA, 1988.

79. The grass is always greener.

Steve Wariner. "You Can Dream of Me." Writ. S. Wariner, J. Hall. From: Life's Highway. MCA, 1985.

H

HAND



The hand that rocks the cradle rules the world.

80. Glen Campbell with Steve Wariner. "The Hand That Rocks the Cradle." Writ. T. Harris. From: Still within the Sound of My Voice. MCA, 1987.

Never let your left hand know what your right hand is doing.

81. Don't let your right hand know what your left hand's doing.

Eddie Raven. "Right Hand Man." Writ. G. Scruggs. From: Right Hand Man. RCA, 1986.

HAY

Make hay while the sun shines.

82. Sometimes you make hay.

Foster & Lloyd (Radney Foster, Bill Lloyd). "Texas in 1880." Writ. R. Foster. From: Foster & Lloyd. RCA, 1987.

HEAD

Two heads are better than one.

83. Two paychecks were better than one.

Mark Chesnutt. "Goin' through the Big D." Writ. R. Rogers, J. Wright, M. Wright. From: What a Way to Live. MCA,
1994.

HEART

A broken heart mends quickly when repaired.

84. Broken hearts mend easy.

Billy Ray Cyrus. "Somebody New." Writ. A. Harvey, M. Curtis. From: It Won't Be the Last. Mercury, 1993.

HEAVEN

Heaven takes care of children, sailors, and drunken men.

85. Heaven helps the young and foolish.

Mike Reid. "Call Home." Writ. M. Reid, T. Seals. From: Twilight Town. Columbia, 1992.

HELL

Hell and high water wait for no man.

86. Come hell or high water, I'll be here waiting for you.

T. Graham Brown. "Hell and High Water." Writ. T. Brown, A. Harvey. From: I Tell It Like It Used to Be. Capitol,
1986.

HERE

Here today and gone tomorrow.

87. Billy Joe Royal. "Tell It Like It Is." Writ. L. Diamond, G. Davis. From: Tell It Like It Is. Atlantic America, 1988.

88. Here today and then we're gone.

Southern Pacific (Tim Goodman, Glenn D. Hardin, Keith Knudsen, John McFee, Jerry Scheff). "Reckless Heart." Writ. J. McFee, A. Pessis. From: County Line. Warner Bros., 1989.

89. George Strait. "The Chill of an Early Fall." Writ. G. Daniel, G. Peters. From: Chill of an Early Fall. MCA, 1991.

HINDSIGHT

Hindsight is 20/20 vision.

90. Hindsight's 20/20.

Randy Travis. "1982." Writ. B. Blackmon, V. Vipperman. From: Storms of Life. Warner Bros., 1986.

HOME

Home is where the heart is.

91. Home is anywhere you choose to put your heart.

John Denver and the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band (Bob Carpenter, Jimmy Fadden, Jeff Hanna, Jimmy Ibbotson, Bernie
Leadon). "And So It Goes." Writ. P. Overstreet, D. Schlitz. From: Will the Circle Be Unbroken Volume 2. Universal,
1989.

92. Your heart has found a home.

Patty Lovelace. "Can't Stop Myself from Loving You." Writ. Kostas, D. Folkvord. From: Up against My Heart. MCA, 1991.

93. Home ain't where his heart is.

Shania Twain. "Home Ain't Where His Heart Is (Anymore)." Writ. S. Twain, R. J. Lange. The Woman in Me. Mercury Nashville, 1995.

Home, sweet home.

94. Home sweet second home.

Tracy Lawrence. "My Second Home." Writ. T. Lawrence, K. Beard, P. Nelson. From: Alibis. Atlantic, 1993.

95. Aaron Neville. "The Grand Tour." Writ. G. Richey, C. Taylor, N. Wilson. From: The Grand Tour. A&M, 1993.

96. Shania Twain. "Home Ain't Where His Heart Is (Anymore)." Writ. S. Twain, R. J. Lange. The Woman in Me. Mercury Nashville, 1995.

There's no place like home.

97. Randy Travis. "No Place Like Home." Writ. P. Overstreet. From: Storms of Life. Warner Bros., 1986.

HORSE

You can lead a horse to water, but you can't make him drink.

98. You can lead a heart to love, but you can't make it fall.

George Strait. "You Can't Make a Heart Love Somebody." Writ. S. Clark, J. MacRae. From: Lead On. MCA, 1994.

HURT

You always hurt the one you love.

99. We hurt the ones we love.

Suzy Bogguss. "You Wouldn't Say That to a Stranger." Writ. P. Bunch, D. Crider. From: Something up My Sleeve. Liberty, 1993.

I

INCH

Give an inch, take a mile.



100. Give me an inch, then I'll walk that mile for you.

Radney Foster. "Willin' to Walk." Writ. R. Foster. From: Labor of Love. Arista, 1994.

L

LIFE

Life doesn't end: it goes on.

101. Life goes on.

Alan Jackson. " Little Bitty." Writ. T. T. Hall. Everything I Love. Arista, 1996.

102. Life goes on.

Little Texas (Del Gray, Porter Howell, Dwayne O'Brien, Duane Propes, Tim Rushlow, Brady Seals). "Life Goes On." Writ. D. Gray, T. McHugh, K. Follese. Greatest Hits. Warner Bros., 1995.

103. Life goes on.

K. T. Oslin. "Wall of Tears." Writ. R. Leigh, P. McCann. 80's Ladies. RCA, 1987.

Life has its ups and downs.

104. Life has its little ups and downs.

Ricky Van Shelton. "Life's Little Ups and Downs." Writ. M. A. Rich. From: RVS III. Columbia, 1990.

Life is short and sweet.

105. Life is short.

Mike Reid. "As Simple As That." Writ. M. Reid, A. Shamblin. From: Turning for Home. Columbia, 1991.

Life is too short.

106. Life's too short.

Mary Chapin Carpenter. "Shut Up and Kiss Me." Writ. M. C. Carpenter. From: Stones in the Road. Columbia, 1994.



107. Life's too short.

Faith Hill. "I Can't Do That Anymore." Writ. A. Jackson. It Matters to Me. Warner Bros., 1995.

108. Life's too short.

Toby Keith. "Upstairs Downtown." Writ. T. Keith, C. Gogg, Jr. From: Boomtown. Polydor, 1994.

109. Life's too short.

Restless Heart (John Dittrich, Paul Gregg, Dave Innis, Greg Jennings). "Mending Fences." Writ. A. Byrd, J. Robinson. From: Big Iron Horses. RCA, 1992.

Life's a gamble: you win or lose.

110. God made life a gamble, and we're still in the game.

Joe Diffie. "Ships That Don't Come In." Writ. P. Nelson, D. Gibson. From: Regular Joe. Epic, 1992.

111. Life is a gamble.

George Strait. "Ace in the Hole." Writ. D. Adkins. From: Beyond the Blue Neon. MCA, 1989.

LIVE

Live and learn.

112. Billy Dean. "Billy the Kid." Writ. B. Dean, P. Nelson. From: Billy Dean. Capitol, 1991.

Live for the present; plan for the future.

113. She's always lived for tomorrow, she's never learned how to live for today.

Reba McEntire. "Is There Life out There." Writ. S. Longacre, R. Giles. From: For My Broken Heart. MCA, 1991.

LOOK

Looks aren't everything.

114. Mark Collie. "Looks Aren't Everything." Writ. M. Collie. From: Hardin County Line. MCA, 1990.

LORD

The Lord helps those who help themselves.



115. Love helps those who cannot help themselves.

Paul Overstreet. "Love Helps Those." Writ. P. Overstreet. From: Sowin' Love. RCA, 1989.

LOSS

His loss is my gain.

116. Your loss will be his gain.

Conway Twitty. "Saturday Night Special." Writ. D. Blackwell, L. Bastian. From: Still in Your Dreams. MCA, 1988.

LOVE (N.)

Love is blind.

117. Loving blind.

Clint Black. "Loving Blind." Writ. C. Black. From: Put Yourself in My Shoes. RCA, 1990.

118. Love's not near as blind.

Foster & Lloyd (Radney Foster, Bill Lloyd). "What Do You Want from Me This Time." Writ. R. Foster, B. Lloyd. From: Foster & Lloyd. RCA, 1987.

119. Wynonna Judd. "I Saw the Light." Writ. L. Angelle, A. Gold. From: Wynonna. Curb/MCA, 1992.

120. Lovin' blind.

Toby Keith. "Wish I Didn't Know Now." Writ. T. Keith. From: Toby Keith. Mercury, 1993.

121. Dolly Parton. "Why'd You Come in Here Lookin' Like That." Writ. B. Carlisle, R. Thomas. From: White Limozeen. Columbia, 1989.

122. Love full of passion that can sometimes make you blind.

Travis Tritt. "Can I Trust You with My Heart." Writ. T. Tritt, S. Harris. From: T-R-O-U-B-L-E. Warner Bros., 1992.

Love lasts as long as the money endures.

123. Love will get you through times of no money, better than money will get you through times of no love. Girls Next Door (Doris King, Cindy Nixon, Tammy Stephens, Diane Williams). "Love Will Get You through Times of No Money." Writ. S. Lorber, T. Dubois, J. Silbar. From: Girls Next Door. MTM, 1986.

Love makes the world go round.

124. Lovin' all night makes the world go round.

Rodney Crowell. "Lovin' All Night." Writ. R. Crowell. From: Life Is Messy. Columbia, 1992.

125. Ricky Skaggs. "He Was onto Somethin' (So He Made You)." Writ. S. Curtis. From: Kentucky Thunder. Epic, 1989.

126. You build the things that really make the world go round.

Aaron Tippin. "Workin Man's Ph.D." Writ. A. Tippin, P. Douglas, B. Boyd. From: Call of the Wild. RCA, 1993.

Love will find a way.

127. Love will find its way to you.

Reba McEntire. "Love Will Find Its Way to You." Writ. D. Loggins, J. D. Martin. From: The Last One to Know. MCA, 1987.

You can't live on love alone.

128. If a man could live on love alone.

Skip Ewing. "If a Man Could Live on Love Alone." Writ. S. Ewing, R. Lane. From: The Will to Love. MCA, 1989.

129. Two people just can't live on love alone.

Doug Supernaw. "Not Enough Hours in the Night." Writ. A. Barker, R. Harbin, K. Williams. From: You Still Got Me. Giant, 1995

LOVE (V.)

Love 'em and leave 'em.

130. Brooks & Dunn (Kix Brooks, Ronnie Dunn). "Brand New Man." Writ. D. Cook, R. Dunn, K. Brooks. From: Brand
New Man. Arista, 1991.

131. Lovin' and leavin'.

Marty Stuart. "The Likes of Me." Writ. L. Boone, R. Bowles. From: The Marty Party Hit Pack. MCA, 1995.

You haven't lived if you haven't loved.

132. If you ain't lovin', then you ain't livin'.

George Strait. "If You Ain't Lovin' (You Ain't Livin')." Writ. T. Collins. From: If You Ain't Lovin', You Ain't Livin'. MCA, 1988.

M

MEAT

One mans meat is another man's poison.

133. One man's halfway up is another man's halfway down; one man's ceiling is another man's floor; one man's walk could be another man's door; one man's smile is another man's frown.

Clint Black. "Half Way Up." Writ. C. Black, H. Nicholas. From: The Greatest Hits. RCA, 1996.

MEEK

The meek shall inherit the earth.

134. Sawyer Brown (Gregg "Hobie" Hubbard, Mark Miller, Duncan Cameron, Jim Scholten, Joe Smyth). "Cafe on the
Corner." Writ. M. McAnally. From: Cafe on the Corner. Curb, 1992.

MILK

No use crying over spilt milk.

135. No use crying over spilled perfume.

Pam Tillis. "Spilled Perfume." Writ. P. Tillis, D. Dillon. From: Sweetheart's Dance. Arista, 1994.

MISERY

Misery loves company.

136. Misery lookin' for some company.

David Lee Murphy. "Party Crowd." Writ. D. L. Murphy, J. Hinson. From: Out with a Bang. MCA, 1994.

MODERATION

Everything in moderation.

137. Trisha Yearwood. "I Wanna Go Too Far." Writ. L. Martine, Jr., K. Robbins. From: Thinkin' about You. MCA, 1995.



MONEY

Money can't buy happiness.

138. Something money just can't buy.

Glen Campbell. "More Than Enough." Writ. J. Webb. From: Light Years. MCA, 1988.

139. Love was the one thing money couldn't buy.

Confederate Railroad (Eddie Bayers, Michael Rhodes, Bob Wray, Brent Rowan, Don Potter, Billy Joe Walker, Barry Beckett, "Cowboy" Eddie Long). "Daddy Never Was the Cadillac Kind." Writ. B. Nelson, D. Gibson. From: Notorious. Atlantic, 1992.

140. Love's something that money can't buy.

Rodney Crowell. "Above and Beyond." Writ. H. Howard. From: Diamonds & Dirt. Columbia, 1988.

141. Everything that money can't buy.

Lee Greenwood. "We've Got It Made." Writ. S. Ramos, B. Regan. From: Holdin' a Good Hand. Capitol, 1990.

142. No matter what all your money buys, its in the arms of love that true treasure lies.

Hal Ketchum. "I Know Where Love Lives." Writ. H. Ketchum. From: Past the Point of Rescue. Curb, 1991.

143. Love that money just can't buy.

Roy Orbison. "You Got It." Writ. J. Lynne, R. Orbison, T. Petty. From: Mystery Girl. Virgin Records America, 1989.

144. She's still gonna need what money can't buy, someone to hold her when she needs to cry.

Lee Roy Parnell. "Tender Moment." Writ. L. R. Parnell, R. M. Bourke, C. Moore. From: Love without Mercy. Arista,


1992.

145. What he needs can't be bought.

Sawyer Brown (Mark Miller, Gregg "Hobie" Hubbard, Duncan Cameron, Jim Scholten, Joe Smyth). "(This Thing Called) Wantin' and Havin' It All." Writ. R. Samoset, D. Loggins. From: This Thing Called Wantin' and Havin' It All. Curb, 1995.

146. Something that money can't buy.

Shenandoah (Ralph Ezell, Mike McGuire, Marty Raybon, Jim Seales, Stan Thorn). "I Got You." Writ. R. Byrne, T. Gentry, G. Fowler. From: Extra Mile. Columbia, 1990.

147. Less of the things that money can buy.

Doug Stone. "More Love." Writ. D. Stone, G. Burr. From: More Love. Sony Music Entertainment, 1993.

148. I don't need anything money can buy.



Clay Walker. "Live until I Die." Writ. C. Walker. From: Clay Walker. Giant, 1993.

149. Don Williams. "One Good Well." Writ. K. Robbins, M. Reid. From: One Good Well. RCA, 1989.

Money talks.

150. Garth Brooks. "We Shall Be Free." Writ. S. Davis, G. Brooks. From: The Chase. Liberty, 1992.

N

NEIGHBOR

Love your neighbor as yourself.

151. Love yourself and love your neighbor.

Forester Sisters (Christy, June, Kathy, Kim). "Love Will." Writ. D. Pfrimmer, B. Gallimore. From: Sincerely. Warner
Bros., 1988.

NEWS

Bad news travels fast.

152. Bad news never comes a minute too late.

Mike Reid. "As Simple As That." Writ. M. Reid, A. Shamblin. From: Turning for Home. Columbia, 1991.

NIGHTINGALE

A nightingale won't sing in a cage.

153. A bird in a cage will forget how to sing.

Michael Johnson. "Give Me Wings." Writ. R. K. Fleming, D. Schlitz. From: Wings. RCA/Ariola International, 1986.

NOTHING

Nothing can last forever.

154. Nothing's forever.



Exile (Steve Goetzman, Marlon Hargis, Sonny Lemaire, J. P. Pennington, Les Taylor). "It's You Again." Writ. S. Lemaire, J. P. Pennington. From: Shelter from the Night. Epic, 1987.

155. Nothing lasts forever.

Mike Reid. "I'll Stop Loving You." Writ. M. Reid, R. Byrne. From: Turning for Home. Columbia, 1991.

156. The things you think will last just disappear.

Tanya Tucker and Delbert McClinton. "Tell Me about It." Writ. B. LaBounty, P. McLaughlin. From: Can't Run from
Yourself. Liberty, 1992.

Nothing ventured, nothing gained.

157. Nothin' ventured, nothin' gained.

Garth Brooks. "Against the Grain." Writ. B. Bouton, L. Cordle, C. Jackson. From: Ropin' the Wind. Capitol, 1991.

O

OLD

Older and wiser.

158. Older but no more the wise.

Suzy Bogguss. "Hey Cinderella." Writ. S. Bogguss, M. Berg, G. Harrison. From: Something up My Sleeve. Liberty,
1993.

OPPOSITE

Opposites attract.

159. Confederate Railroad (Eddie Bayers, Michael Rhodes, Bob Wray, Brent Rowan, Don Potter, Billy Joe Walker, Jr., Barry Beckett, "Cowboy" Eddie Long). "Trashy Women." Writ. C. Wall. From: Confederate Railroad. Atlantic,
1992.

P

PASTURE

The other man's pasture always looks the greenest.

160. Greener pastures.

Desert Rose Band (Chris Hillman, John Jorgenson, Herb Pedersen, Bill Bryson, Jay Dee Maness, Steve Duncan).
"Love Reunited." Writ. C. Hillman, S. Hill. From: The Desert Rose Band. MCA/Curb, 1987.

161. Greener pastures.

Collin Raye. "Not That Different." Writ. K. Good, J. Scott. From: I Think about You. Epic, 1995.

PENNY

Save your pennies for a rainy day.

162. Save my money for a rainy day.

Trisha Yearwood. "I Wanna Go Too Far." Writ. L. Martine, Jr., K. Robbins. From: Thinkin' about You. MCA, 1995.

PICTURE

A picture is worth a thousand words.

163. One love is worth a thousand nights alone.

Baillie and the Boys (Kathie Baillie, Michael Bonagura, Alan LeBoeuf). "Oh Heart." Writ. K. Baillie, M. Bonagura, D. Schlitz. From: Baillie and the Boys. RCA, 1987.

164. One touch is worth a thousand pictures.

Ronnie Milsap. "Stranger Things Have Happened." Writ. D. Chamberlain. From: Stranger Things Have Happened. RCA, 1989.

PRACTICE

Practice what you preach.

165. I practice what I preach.

Dolly Parton. "More Where That Came From." Writ. D. Parton. Slow Dancing with the Moon. Columbia, 1993.

PRAYER

Prayer is food for the soul.



166. Love is food for the soul.

Little Texas (Del Gray, Porter Howell, Dwayne O'Brien, Duane Propes, Tim Rushlow, Brady Seals). "My Love." Writ. P. Howell, B. Seals, T. Barnes. From: Big Time. Warner Bros., 1993.

PREVENTION

An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.

167. Dolly Parton. "Tie Our Love (in a Double Knot)." Writ. J. Silbar, J. Reid. From: Think about Love. RCA/Ariola
International, 1986.

168. Half a pound of cure is surely worth a half an ounce of your prevention.

Randy Travis. "Is It Still Over." Writ. L. Henley, K. Bell. From: Old 8x10. Warner Bros., 1988.

PROMISE

Never make a promise if you don't intend to keep it.

169. That's the only promise I made him I couldn't keep.

Kenny Chesney. "Grandpa Told Me So." Writ. M. A. Springer, J. D. Hicks. From: All I Need to Know. BMG, 1995.

170. I never make a promise I don't intend to keep.

John Michael Montgomery. "I Can Love You Like That." Writ. S. Diamond, M. Derry, J. Kimball. From: John
Michael Montgomery. Atlantic, 1995.

171. I'll give you a promise tonight that I can keep.

John Michael Montgomery. "Long As I Live." Writ. R. Bowles, W. Robinson. From: John Michael Montgomery. Atlantic, 1995.

PROVIDENCE

Don't tempt providence.

172. You shouldn't tempt fate.

Mary Chapin Carpenter. "I Take My Chances." Writ. M. C. Carpenter, D. Schlitz. From: Come On Come On. Columbia, 1992.

R

RAIN

It never rains but it pours.

173. If it's gonna rain then let it pour.

Southern Pacific (Tim Goodman, Glenn D. Hardin, Keith Knudsen, John McFee, Jerry Scheff) with Carleen Carter.
"Time's Up." Writ. W. Waldman, H. Stinson, K. Welch. From: County Line. Warner Bros., 1989.

ROAD

All roads lead to Rome.

174. All roads lead to another road.

Tracy Lawrence. "Renegades, Rebels and Rogues." Writ. P. Nelson, L. Boone, E. Clark. From: Maverick. Atlantic,
1994.

The road to hell is paved with good intentions.

175. The road I have travelled on is paved with good intentions.

Restless Heart (John Dittrich, Paul Gregg, Dave Innis, Greg Jennings). "When She Cries." Writ. M. Beeson, S. Lemaire. From: Big Iron Horses. RCA, 1992.

RULE

Rules were made to be broken.

176. Rules are made to be broken now and then.

Mason Dixon (Frank Gilligan, Jerry Dengler, Rick Henderson). "Exception to the Rule." Writ. B. Jones, C. Waters, T. Shapiro. From: Exception to the Rule. Capitol, 1988.

RUN

If you can't run with the big dogs, stay under the porch.

177. If you're gonna run with the big dogs hon, you gotta get off the porch.

David Lee Murphy. "Out with a Bang." Writ. D. L. Murphy, K. Tribble. From: Out with a Bang. MCA, 1994.



S

SAFE

It is better to be safe than sorry.

178. Better safe than sorry.

Schuyler, Knobloch and Bickhardt (Tom Schuyler, J. Fred Knobloch, Craig Bickhardt). "Givers and Takers." Writ. C. Bickhardt. From: No Easy Horses. MTM, 1987.

SEE

What you see is what you get.

179. Garth Brooks. "Against the Grain." Writ. B. Bouton, L. Cordle, C. Jackson. From: Ropin' the Wind. Capitol, 1991.

180. You get what you see.

Holly Dunn. "I Am Who I Am." Writ. H. Dunn, T. Shapiro, C. Waters. From: Life and Love and All the Stages. River
North Nashville, 1995.

181. What you get is what you see.

Ricky Van Shelton. "I Am a Simple Man." Writ. W. Aldridge. From: Backroads. Columbia, 1991.

182. Michelle Wright. "Take It Like a Man." Writ. T. Haselden. From: Now & Then. Arista, 1992.

SEEING

Seeing is believing.

183. You have to see to believe.

Little Texas (Del Gray, Porter Howell, Dwayne O'Brien, Duane Propes, Tim Rushlow, Brady Seals). "God Blessed
Texas." Writ. P. Howell, B. Seals. From: Big Time. Warner Bros., 1993.

SEEM

Things are not always what they seem.

184. You were not what you seem.

Ronnie Milsap. "Button off My Shirt." Writ. G. Lyle, B. Livsey. From: Heart and Soul. RCA, 1987.

185. Things aren't always what they seem.

Keith Whitley. "I'm Over You." Writ. T. Nichols, Z. Turner. From: I Wonder Do You Think of Me. RCA, 1989.

SHOE

If the shoe fits, put it on.

186. Does the shoe fit you now?

Suzy Bogguss. "Hey Cinderella." Writ. S. Bogguss, M. Berg, G. Harrison. From: Something up My Sleeve. Liberty,
1993.

SHORT

Short and sweet.

187. BlackHawk (Dave Robbins, Henry Paul, Van Stephenson). "Goodbye Says It All." Writ. J. MacRae, C. Black, B. Fischer. From: BlackHawk. Arista, 1994.

188. John Michael Montgomery. "Be My Baby Tonight." Writ. E. Hill, R. Fagan. From: Kickin' It Up. Atlantic, 1994.

SIDE

There are two sides to everything.

189. There's two sides to every door.

Lee Roy Parnell. "I'm Holding My Own." Writ. T. Arata. From: On the Road. Arista, 1993.

SIGHT

Out of sight, out of mind.

190. Out of this world and out of your mind.

Clint Black. "Wherever You Go." Writ. C. Black, H. Nicholas. From: One Emotion. BMG, 1994.

191. Out of mind, out of sight.

Restless Heart (John Dittrich, Paul Gregg, Dave Innis, Greg Jennings, Larry Stewart). "Let the Heartache Ride." Writ. T. Dubois, D. Robbins, V. Stephenson. From: Restless Heart. RCA, 1985.

192. Out of sight and on my mind.

Billy Joe Royal. "Out of Sight, & on My Mind." Writ. B. Burch, R. Peoples. From: Royal Treatment. Atlantic
America, 1987.

193. Out of sight, all the way out of mind.

Sawyer Brown (Gregg "Hobie" Hubbard, Mark Miller, Bobby Randall, Jim Scholten, Joe Smyth). "Used to Blue." Writ. J. F. Knobloch, B. LaBounty. From: Sawyer Brown. Capitol, 1985.

194. Out of sight and out of mind.

Trisha Yearwood. "Believe Me Baby (I Lied)." Writ. K. Richey, P. Angelo, L. Gottlieb. From: Everybody Knows. MCA, 1996.

SIMPLE

Simple things in life are best.

195. Simple little things are the miracle cure.

Neal McCoy. "Wink." Writ. B. Dipiero, T. Shapiro. From: No Doubt about It. Atlantic, 1994.

SINK

Sink or swim.

196. Garth Brooks. "Against the Grain." Writ. B. Bouton, L. Cordle, C. Jackson. From: Ropin' the Wind. Capitol, 1991.

197. John Michael Montgomery. "Life's a Dance." Writ. A. Shamblin, S. Seskin. From: Life's a Dance. Atlantic, 1992.

198. Restless Heart (John Dittrich, Paul Gregg, Greg Jennings). "Baby Needs New Shoes." Writ. R. Guilbeau, B. Crain, T. McHugh. From: Matters of the Heart. BMG, 1994.

199. Chely Wright. "Sea of Cowboy Hats." Writ. C. Wright, D. Dodson, J. Melton. From: Woman in the Moon. Polydor
Nashville, 1994.

SKY

The sky is the limit.

200. The sky's the limit.

John Anderson. "Money in the Bank." Writ. J. Jarrard, B. Dipiero, M. Sanders. From: Solid Ground. BNA, 1993.

201. The sky's the limit.

Garth Brooks. "Two of a Kind, Workin' on a Full House." Writ. B. Boyd, W. Haynes, D. Robbins. From: No Fences. Capitol, 1990.



202. Wynonna Judd. "Rock Bottom." Writ. J. R. Cobb, B. Buie. From: Tell Me Why. MCA, 1993.

SMOKE

Where there is smoke, there is fire.

203. Where there's smoke, you'll find my old flame.

Archer/Park (Randy Archer, Johnny Park). "Where There's Smoke." Writ. B. P. Barker, M. Collie. From: We Got a
Lot in Common. Atlantic, 1994.

SOW

You shall reap what you sow.

204. What is sown by the one, will be grown by the other.

Lionel Cartwright. "Like Father, Like Son." Writ. P. Overstreet, D. Schlitz. From: Lionel Cartwright. MCA, 1989.

205. As they sow they will reap.

Johnny Cash and Hank Williams, Jr. "That Old Wheel." Writ. J. Pierce. From: Water from the Wells of Home. Mercury, 1988.

206. Gonna reap just what you sow.

Diamond Rio (Marty Roe, Jimmy Olander, Gene Johnson, Dan Truman, Dana Williams, Brian Prout). "Nowhere
Bound." Writ. M. Powell, J. Medders. From: Diamond Rio. Arista, 1991.

207. What you sow you're surely gonna reap.

Paul Overstreet. "Sowin' Love." Writ. P. Overstreet, D. Schlitz. From: Sowin' Love. RCA, 1989.

START

Don't start anything you can't finish.

208. Gonna take forever to finish what we started here today.

Billy Dean. "I'm Not Built That Way." Writ. G. Terren, D. Pfrimmer. From: Fire in the Dark. Liberty, 1993.

209. Finish what we started.

Diamond Rio (Marty Roe, Jimmy Olander, Gene Johnson, Dan Truman, Dana Williams, Brian Prout). "Finish What
We Started." Writ. M. Powell, M. Noble. From: Love a Little Stronger. Arista, 1994.

210. We won't give up what we've started.


Sawyer Brown (Mark Miller, Gregg "Hobie" Hubbard, Duncan Cameron, Jim Scholten, Joe Smyth). "'Round Here." Writ. M. A. Miller, S. Emerick, G. Hubbard. From: This Thing Called Wantin' and Havin' It All. Curb, 1995.

STICK

Sticks and stones may break my bones, but names will never hurt me.

211. These sticks and stones may break me, but the words you said just tore my heart in two.

Tracy Lawrence. "Sticks and Stones." Writ. E. West, R. Dillon. From: Sticks and Stones. Atlantic, 1991.

STONE

A rolling stone gathers no moss.

212. I was a rolling stone.

Brooks & Dunn (Kix Brooks, Ronnie Dunn). "Brand New Man." Writ. D. Cook, R. Dunn, K. Brooks. From: Brand


New Man. Arista, 1991.

213. Wild and free like a rolling stone.

Joe Diffie. "Bigger Than the Beatles." Writ. J. S. Anderson, S. Dukes. From: Life's So Funny. Epic, 1995.

214. Rollin' like a stone.

Jesse Hunter. "Born Ready." Writ. A. Shamblin, D. Gibson. From: A Man Like Me. BMG, 1993.

215. Like a rolling stone.

Tracy Lawrence. "Time Marches On." Writ. B. Braddock. From: Time Marches On. Atlantic, 1996.

216. I'm your rock, but I'm rollin' away.

Lee Roy Parnell. "The Rock." Writ. J. Varsos, R. Smith. From: Love without Mercy. Arista, 1992.

217. I'm a rolling stone.

Shenandoah (Ralph Ezell, Mike McGuire, Marty Raybon, Jim Seales, Stan Thorn). "Puttin' New Roots Down." Writ. L. Cordle, L. Shell. From: Extra Mile. Columbia, 1990.

218. An old rolling stone who rolled over the hill.

Randy Travis. "Too Gone Too Long." Writ. G. Pistilli. From: Always & Forever. Warner Bros., 1987.

T

TAKE

You can't take it with you.

219. You can take it with you when you go.

Forester Sisters (Christy, June, Kathy, Kim). "Love Will." Writ. D. Pfrimmer, B. Gallimore. From: Sincerely. Warner
Bros., 1988.

TALK

Talk is cheap.

220. Suzy Bogguss. "Outbound Plane." Writ. N. Griffith, T. Russell. From: Aces. Liberty, 1991.

221. Brooks & Dunn (Kix Brooks, Ronnie Dunn). "I Am That Man." Writ. T. McBride, M. Powell. From: Borderline. Arista, 1996.

222. Mary Chapin Carpenter. "Shut Up and Kiss Me." Writ. M. C. Carpenter. From: Stones in the Road. Columbia, 1994.

223. Reba McEntire. "Rumor Has It." Writ. B. Burch, V. Dant, L. Shell. From: Rumor Has It. MCA, 1990.

224. Words are cheap.

Trisha Yearwood. "You Say You Will." Writ. B. Nielsen-Chapman, V. Thompson. From: Hearts in Armor. MCA,
1992.

THING

Things are tough all over.

225. Wynonna Judd. "Rock Bottom." Writ. J. R. Cobb, B. Buie. From: Tell Me Why. MCA, 1993.

226. Shelby Lynne. "Things Are Tough All Over." Writ. L. Silver, T. Bruce. From: Tough All Over. Epic, 1990.

TIME

There is a time to speak and a time to be silent.

227. There's a time to listen, a time to talk.

John Michael Montgomery. "Life's a Dance." Writ. A. Shamblin, S. Seskin. From: Life's a Dance. Atlantic, 1992.

There must be a first time for everything.

228. There's a first time for everything.

Earl Thomas Conley. "Right from the Start." Writ. B. Herzig, R. Watkins. From: Too Many Times. RCA, 1986.

229. There's a first time for everything.

Little Texas (Del Gray, Porter Howell, Dwayne O'Brien, Duane Propes, Tim Rushlow, Brady Seals). "First Time for
Everything." Writ. P. Howell, D. O'Brien. From: First Time for Everything. Warner Bros., 1992.

The third time is a charm.

230. Gambled on the third time, a fool will tell you it's a charm.

Clint Black. "A Good Run of Bad Luck." Writ. C. Black, H. Nicholas. From: Maverick. Atlantic, 1994.

231. Third time's a charm.

Dan Seals. "Three Time Loser." Writ. D. Seals. From: On the Front Line. EMI America, 1986.

Time flies.

232. Time can fly.

Mark Chesnutt. "It Wouldn't Hurt to Have Wings." Writ. J. Foster, R. Lavoie, J. Morris. From: Wings. Decca/MCA,
1995.

233. Time did fly.

Wynonna Judd. "She Is His Only Need." Writ. D. Loggins. From: Wynonna. Curb/MCA, 1992.

234. Doug Supernaw. "Not Enough Hours in the Night." Writ. A. Barker, R. Harbin, K. Williams. From: You Still Got Me. Giant, 1995.

235. Watch time fly.

Russ Taff. "Love Is Not a Thing." Writ. M. S. Cawley, K. Fleming, M. A. Kennedy. From: Winds of Change. Warner
Alliance, 1995.

Time heals all wounds.

236. Time has a way of healin' wounds.

Shawn Camp. "Fallin' Never Felt So Good." Writ. S. Camp, W. Smith. From: Shawn Camp. Reprise, 1993.

237. Time will heal the pain.

Exile (Steve Goetzman, Marlon Hargis, Sonny Lemaire, J. P. Pennington, Les Taylor). "Even Now." Writ. R. Sharp, M. Beeson. From: Justice. Arista, 1991.

238. Scars take time to heal.

Radney Foster. "Nobody Wins." Writ. R. Foster, K. Richey. From: Del Rio, TX 1959. Arista, 1992.

239. Time can heal a lonely heart.

Patty Lovelace. "Can't Stop Myself from Loving You." Writ. Kostas, D. Folkvord. From: Up against My Heart. MCA, 1991.

240. Time will ease your pain.

Patty Lovelace. "How Can I Help You Say Goodbye?" Writ. B. B. Collins, K. Taylor-Good. From: Only When I Feel. Sony Music Entertainment, 1993.

241. Time can't mend this heart of mine.

K. T. Oslin. "Wall of Tears." Writ. R. Leigh, P. McCann. From: 80's Ladies. RCA, 1987.

242. Time is gonna heal my wound.

Mike Reid. "I'll Stop Loving You." Writ. M. Reid, R. Byrne. From: Turning for Home. Columbia, 1991.

243. Wounds that never seem to mend.

Doug Supernaw. "I Don't Call Him Daddy." Writ. R. Nielsen. From: Red and Rio Grande. BNA, 1993.

244. Time is all it takes for a broken heart to mend.

Gene Watson. "Don't Waste It on the Blues." Writ. S. Ramos, J. Vandiver. From: Back in the Fire. Warner Bros.,
1989.

245. Time will heal the hurt.

Tom Wopat. "The Rock and Roll of Love." Writ. B. McDill, C. Black. From: A Little Bit Closer. EMI America, 1987.

Time is money.

246. Time's expensive.

Mary Chapin Carpenter. "Shut Up and Kiss Me." Writ. M. C. Carpenter. From: Stones in the Road. Columbia, 1994.

Time marches on.

247. Tracy Lawrence. "Time Marches On." Writ. B. Braddock. From: Time Marches On. Atlantic, 1996.

248. Time keeps marching on.

Mark O'Connor & Charlie Daniels (with Johnny Cash, Marty Stuart, Travis Tritt). "The Devil Comes Back to
Georgia." Writ. C. Daniels. From: Heroes. Warner Bros., 1993.

Time never stands still.

249. Time ain't standin' still.

Clint Black. "No Time to Kill." Writ. C. Black, H. Nicholas. From: No Time to Kill. RCA, 1993.

250. Time is not gonna stop.

Emilio. "It's Not the End of the World." Writ. P. Nelson, L. Boone, E. Clark. From: Life Is Good. Capitol, 1995.

251. Time just stood still.

Collin Raye. "One Boy, One Girl." Writ. M. A. Springer, S. Smith. From: I Think about You. Epic, 1995.

252. Till time stands still.

Restless Heart (John Dittrich, Paul Gregg, Dave Innis, Greg Jennings, Larry Stewart). "I'll Still Be Loving You." Writ. M. A. Kennedy, P. Bunch, P. Rose, T. Cerney. From: Wheels. RCA, 1986.

Time will tell.

253. Faith Hill. "You Can't Lose Me." Writ. T. Bruce, T. McHugh. From: It Matters to Me. Warner Bros., 1995.

254. Reba McEntire. "The Fear of Being Alone." Writ. W. Aldridge, B. Miller. From: What If It's You. MCA, 1996.

255. Pam Tillis. "The River and the Highway." Writ. G. House, D. Schlitz. From: All of This Love. Arista, 1995.

TIMES

Times change, and we change with them.

256. Times are changin'.

Paul Overstreet. "Me and My Baby." Writ. P. Overstreet, P. Davis. From: Love Is Strong. RCA, 1992.

TODAY

Never do today what you can put off until tomorrow.

257. Put off today what you can do tomorrow.

Diamond Rio (Dan Truman, Gene Johnson, Marty Roe, Jimmy Olander, Dana Williams, Brian Prout). "In a Week or
Two." Writ. J. House, G. Burr. From: Close to the Edge. Arista, 1992.



TOMORROW

Never put off until tomorrow what you can do today.

258. Till what we put off till tomorrow has now become today.

Garth Brooks. "The River." Writ. V. Shaw, G. Brooks. From: Ropin' the Wind. Capitol, 1991.

259. Puttin' off until tomorrow things he should have done.

Billy Dean. "Only Here for a Little While." Writ. W. Holyfield, R. Leigh. From: Young Man. Capitol, 1990.

Tomorrow never comes.

260. Garth Brooks. "If Tomorrow Never Comes." Writ. K. Blazy, G. Brooks. From: Garth Brooks. Capitol, 1989.

TRUE

This above all: to your own self be true.

261. To thine own self be true.

Reba McEntire. "Fancy." Writ. B. Gentry. From: Rumor Has It. MCA, 1990.

True love never grows old.

262. True love never dies.

Ricky Van Shelton. "Living Proof." Writ. J. MacRae, S. Clark. From: Loving Proof. CBS, 1988.

263. True love never dies.

Kevin Welch. "True Love Never Dies." Writ. K. Welch, G. Scruggs. From: Kevin Welch. Reprise, 1990.

W

WANT

The thing that you can't get is the thing that you want, mainly.



264. You only want the ones that you can't get.

Clint Black. "Desperado." Writ. D. Henley, G. Frey. From: Common Thread: The Songs of the Eagles. Giant, 1993.

WATER

Still waters run deep.

265. Billy Joe Royal. "Old Bridges Burn Slow." Writ. J. South, J. Meaders, S. Brown. From: Looking Ahead. Atlantic/America, 1986.

WHEEL

The wheel comes full circle.

266. That old wheel will roll around again.

Johnny Cash and Hank Williams, Jr. "That Old Wheel." Writ. J. Pierce. From: Water from the Wells of Home. Mercury, 1988.

WILL

Where there's a will there's a way.

267. You can be the will that finds the way.

Mary Chapin Carpenter. "Tender When I Want to Be." Writ. M. C. Carpenter. From: Stones in the Road. Columbia,
1994.

268. If there's a will, love finds a way.

Girls Next Door (Doris King, Cindy Nixon, Tammy Stephens, Diane Williams). "Love Will Get You through Times of No Money." Writ. S. Lorber, T. Dubois, J. Silbar. From: Girls Next Door. MTM, 1986.

269. The way in a small cafe found a will.

Wynonna Judd. "She Is His Only Need." Writ. D. Loggins. From: Wynonna. Curb/MCA, 1992.

WIN

You can't win 'em all.

270. Old memories, you just can't lose 'em all.

Shooters (Walt Aldridge, Gary Baker, Barry Billings, Chalmers Davis, Michael Dillon). "You Just Can't Lose 'Em
All." Writ. W. Aldridge, J. Jarrard, L. Palas. From: Solid As a Rock. Epic, 1989.



You win a few and you lose a few.

271. I'll lose more than I'm gonna win someday.

Garth Brooks. "Wild Horses." Writ. B. Shore, D. Wills. From: No Fences. Capitol, 1990.

272. Some you win and some you lose.

Ronnie Milsap. "All Is Fair in Love and War." Writ. T. Nichols, R. Byrne. From: Back to the Grindstone. RCA/BMG,
1991.

273. Some you win, some you lose.

Ronnie Milsap. "Button off My Shirt." Writ. G. Lyle, B. Livsey. From: Heart and Soul. RCA, 1987.

WISH

Don't wish too hard: you might just get what you wish for.

274. Careful what you're dreamin' 'cause it someday may come true.

Hal Ketchum. "Someplace Far Away (Careful What You're Dreaming)." Writ. H. Ketchum. From: Sure Love. Curb,
1992.

WOLF

The wolf is at the door.

275. A wolf howling at our door.

Girls Next Door (Doris King, Cindy Nixon, Tammy Stephens, Diane Williams). "Love Will Get You through Times of No Money." Writ. S. Lorber, T. Dubois, J. Silbar. From: Girls Next Door. MTM, 1986.

WORLD

It's a small world.

276. It's such a small world.

Rodney Crowell with Rosanne Cash. "It's Such a Small World." Writ. R. Crowell. From: Diamonds & Dirt. Columbia, 1988.

The world goes on wheels.

277. This old world keeps spinning around.

Little Texas (Del Gray, Porter Howell, Dwayne O'Brien, Duane Propes, Tim Rushlow, Brady Seals). "Life Goes On." Writ. D. Gray, T. McHugh, K. Follese. From: Greatest Hits. Warner Bros., 1995.

278. The world's been spinning round.

John Michael Montgomery. "Long As I Live." Writ. R. Bowles, W. Robinson. From: John Michael Montgomery. Atlantic, 1995.

279. The world still goes around.

Larry Stewart. "I'll Cry Tomorrow." Writ. S. Bogard, R. Giles. From: Down the Road. BMG, 1993.

The world turns as a ball.

280. The world keeps on turning.

Clint Black. "Life Gets Away." Writ. C. Black, H. Nicholas, T. Schuyler. From: One Emotion. RCA, 1994.

281. The earth turns.

Tracy Lawrence. "Stars over Texas." Writ. L. Boone, P. Nelson, T. Lawrence. From: Time Marches On. Atlantic,
1996.

282. This big old world turns round.

David Lee Murphy. "The Road You Leave Behind." Writ. D. L. Murphy. From: Gettin' Out the Good Stuff. MCA,
1996.

283. Let the world stop turning.

Collin Raye. "In This Life." Writ. M. Reid, A. Shamblin. From: In This Life. Epic, 1992.

WRONG

Two wrongs do not make a right.

284. One right could still make two wrongs.

Clint Black. "Walking Away." Writ. C. Black, H. Nicholas, D. Gay. From: Killin' Time. RCA, 1989.






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