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  1. Mozilkree Reply
    A bar (also called a measure) is one small segment of music that holds a certain number of beats. It can be thought of as a container. The number of beats a bar holds is determined by the time signature of the song, most commonly 4/4 (also called ‘common time’).
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    Jun 12,  · Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube.
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    Jun 16,  · Booziest Lyrics: “Pour up (drank), head shot (drank)/Sit down (drank), stand up (drank)/Pass out (drank), wake up (drank)/Faded (drank), faded (drank).”. Author: Shawn Christ.
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    Apr 29,  · The absolute best ’80s songs Grab your Walkman, turn up the treble and get ready to celebrate pop’s golden era with the best ’80s songs By Tim Author: Tim Lowery.
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    May 22,  · Few songs successfully integrate elements of country, rock, and rap, but that is exactly what Big and Rich did with "Save a Horse (Ride a Cowboy)," which brought them to the attention of a wide range of audiences. The song's reputation began to build as it was used in a variety of commercials and sports event soundtracks.
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    A list of lyrics, artists and songs that contain the term "BAR" - from the bresesoristovi.forspfinheartnunftestprabilaltelwarsrousna.infoinfo website.
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    However, what really makes the country bar unique is the strength of its bond to the music that pours from the stages and speakers; a music that is quite often about the actual Honky Tonks themselves. In no particular order, here's our list of the Top 20 Songs about Honky Tonks.
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    Mar 27,  · This ranked poll includes songs like "American Honky-Tonk Bar Association" by Garth Brooks, and "I Love This Bar" by Toby Keith. If you think a good song with bar in the title is missing from this list, go ahead and add it so others can vote for it too. Songs with bar in the lyrics are only allowed if that word is in the song's name as well.