Taste of Country exchanged messages with both halves of the up-and-coming power couple on Monday (Feb. The timeline of their romance isn’t clear, but Reinert was named Bones’ Hottest Woman in Country Music early last year, and then she co-hosted the Bobby Bones Show in May.Flash-forward to New Years Eve when the two were seen cuddling, and then to a post on Facebook in which Bones admitted to calling “Rachel” by his ex-girlfriend’s name.“There Goes My Life,” Kenny Chesney (2003) – Fatherhood isn’t always planned, but being a father turns out to be the best thing that happens to a young man who had planned to get out of his small town as soon as he was old enough.“Love Without End, Amen,” George Strait (1990) – The father/son relationship is often used by the church to explain God.If you share a love of the outback, are looking for love, new friendships or current single and rural events across Australia why not register and browse profiles now - It's free.As a kid, I daydreamed about growing up, falling love, and going through all the rituals of relationships. Dierks Bentley, “Somewhere on a Beach” — HOSTING THE ACMs ON APRIL 3 10.
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Parenthood is a rich vein for Americana and country songwriters to tap, and, with Father’s Day upon us, it’s a perfect time to run through some of the best songs that deal with good ol’ dad. You could argue, for example, that the Mac Davis song “Watching Scotty Grow” belongs here or that “I Saw God Today” is a better fatherly entry from George Strait than “The Best Day.” But hey, that’s what lists are for: starting up a conversation.
“The Best Day,” George Strait (2000) – A father relives some of his favorite moments with his son, from a camping trip to his son’s wedding day, thinking how each day was the best day of his son’s life – and his, too.