A Bonus Triple-Shot Tuesday That Makes It Easy To Catch The Theme

My favorite day of the year is coming up on Saturday!  Let this special Triple Shot serve as a warning that I don’t fool around when it comes to celebrating April 1st.

Lee Roy Parnell’s “What Kind of Fool Do You Think I Am” was written by Al Carmichael and Gary Griffin. It was released in May 1992 as the second single from the album, “Love Without Mercy.” The song was his fifth single released and his first to reach Top 40 on the Hot Country Songs charts. It is also one of three singles in his career to reach No. 2 on the country music charts.

Lee Ann Womack’s “The Fool” was written by Marla Cannon-Goodman, Gene Ellsworth and Charlie Stefl.  It was released in May 1997 as the second single from her self-titled debut album. The song peaked at No. 2 on the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Singles chart.

Steve Wariner’s “Some Fools Never Learn” was written by John Scott Sherrill. It was released in July 1985 as the third single from the album “One Good Night Deserves Another.” The song became Steve’s second No. 1 on the country chart.

George Strait’s “Famous Last Words of a Fool” was written by Dean Dillon and Rex Huston. It was released in January 1988 as the first single from his album “If You Ain’t Lovin’, You Ain’t Livin.”  The single was one of George’s many No. 1 hits.

Tracy Lawrence’s “Today’s Lonely Fool” was co-written by Kenny Beard and Stan Paul Davis. It was released in February 1992 as the second single from his debut album, “Sticks and Stones.” The song peaked at No. 3 on the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Songs chart.

I hope you make it through April Fools’ Day unscathed and join us next week as we continue the foolishness.

(Written by Geoff Brown/CMM Contributor) 

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