Cultured Country took our Throwback Thursday as the perfect opportunity to throw back a little culture as well. This week Sir John recites a 26-year-old Tim McGraw song called "I Like It, I Love It"... dang near throwed out my shoulder when I realized how old the song is, just saying. Are you ready for the Britt-Neck!

Just hit the play button below and away we go, Sir John with this week's 'Cultured Country'.

Just so you can follow along, below is the lyric:
I spent 48 dollars last night at the county fair
I throwed out my shoulder, but I won her that teddy bear
She's got me sayin' "Sugar Pie", "Honey", "Darlin'", and "Dear"
I ain't seen the Braves play a game all year
I'm gonna get fired if I don't get some sleep
My long lost buddies say I'm getting in too deep
But I like it, I love it, I want some more of it
I try so hard, I can't rise above it
I don't know what it is 'bout that little gal's lovin'
But I like it, I love it, I want some more of it

"Cultured Country," listen for it Thursday mornings at 7:45 with Jim & Lisa, "The Wakeup Crew," on Kicker 102.5.

Here's the way it sounds when Tim sings it...


How It Works: The premise is simple, country music lovers like us are generally thought of as un-cultured, so to fight this ridiculous notion and bring what we consider a little more refinement to our show, we thought having someone from jolly old England read some country music lyrics, out loud, on the radio might raise the culture bar a notch or two. Since we don't have any access to the Royals and the only Brit we know in the immediate area just happens to be Lisa's husband John, that's the way we went.

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