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The Best Drinking Songs to Raise a Glass To
This list of pop songs about alcohol is ranked by pop music fans and music aficionados like you, from best to worst. This list ranks the top pop songs about alcohol and drinking and includes music videos as well. What are the best pop music songs about alcohol? Cast your votes below! This list features most popular pop songs about drinking, getting drunk, and alcohol in general.
Please read responsibly…. Covered by Metallica for their Garage Inc album of , this traditional Irish folk song, also recorded by The Pogues and The Dubliners in , is perhaps best known for the Thin Lizzy version of Whack for my daddy-o. Because the Hellyeah drink, drank, drunks are back in town! You may want to hide your stash!
Drinking songs and country music go together like, well In fact, that should be the benchmark for how other things go together: "You know, peanut butter and jelly go together like drinking songs and country music! Taste of Country didn't discriminate when we put our heads together to choose the Best Drinking Songs. In the gallery above, we'll guide you through our favorite songs about wine, whiskey, tequila and, of course, beer. You'll find funny songs, heartbreaking songs, troublemaking songs and, once in a while, a straight-up cautionary tale. We represented men and women, and there are songs from every era of country music, from time-honored classics to songs that are brand new but still worthy of inclusion.
Basic Rihanna rule: The more Caribbean she sounds, the better. Jameson Irish whiskey gets plugged heavily over a sample of Avril Lavigne, which reeks of product placement there's a shout-out to Ray-Bans, too, official hangover concealer of Rihanna , but at least it's not Malibu. Listening to Bradley Nowell who died of a heroin overdose just four years later, at age 28 croon about finding solace at the bottom of a bottle is just too damn depressing. Still, the song is about as necessary for certain college freshmen as a Bob Marley poster. No, of course not. But does it feel like a night of reckless boozing in New York City?