Brian Hendrix

Brian Hendrix still writes the old songs that Townes Van Zandt inspired in him. Catchy enough for the modern country audience, but meaningful and poignant as the lyrics that shaped an entire genre.

 

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I like this. Jotted it down real quick after the hook popped in my head. Despite the subject matter seeming a bit more serious than a typical song, it's actually more of an upbeat song that's meant to poke fun sarcastically more so than malign someone.
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We all have that one friend. You know which one it is; and if you don't, it might be you! That one friend you can't drink with, because they can't hold their liquor. This is a really fun, upbeat song with a nice, alliterative chorus. It's one of my favorite fun songs.
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I don't think there are nearly enough songs that compare women to other things men love. Though I wrote this and likely shouldn't be tooting my own horn, I think I got fairly clever in some spots with innuendo and double entendres, so it's a really fun song. It's short and snappy with an upbeat chorus. It's really fun to play and sing.
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A song about an alcoholic man who can't seem to keep himself on the wagon. He keeps drinking, and he keeps coming home wanting help from his woman to hold him up. For me, this song is really emotional and is relevant to a lot of different people who struggle with alcohol and are looking for someone strong to help them through it.
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A song about a guy who can't get enough of his girl. No matter what time of day, whenever he sees her, he's thinking about her very passionately and romantically. It's what she does to him. This is a song on the shorter side, likely coming in at under 3 minutes with any sort of music, which makes it ideal for a quick radio play.
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