Tequila Makes Her Clothes Fall Off

This morning I’m tooling around in Foxy’s Lexus being cool. I only get to drive it when it’s out of gas or needs a car wash. Today it was both.

In my car, my favorite songs are on a jump drive, and I haven’t listened to the actual radio in months. Actually, the last time was when she needed gas.

Growing up in deep East Texas on a farm, the one thing you didn’t want to be was a redneck. So I’ve never owned a pair of cowboy boots when my parents live in custom handmade boots from Mexico. Ditto for a cowboy hat.

It’s funny that my best friend in high school is now an award-winning country music writer in Nashville. It’s amazing how far we’ve come from milking cows and slopping the hogs.

I forgot my earbuds and was forced to turn on the radio in Wifey’s car. The first song was Tequila Makes Her Clothes Fall Off by Joe Nichols. Not an aficionado of country music besides The Pussycat Song and Drop Kick Me, Jesus, Through the Goal Posts of Life. And my grandmother used to sing I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry to me when I was a kid.

I had to laugh at Tequila Makes Her Clothes Fall Off, as that fits my wife to a T. If I didn’t know better, I’d think her parents were nudists. For her, Naked and Afraid would be the perfect spot if it weren’t for the bugs and lack of room service.

I always have to be careful when I offer to drive at lunch as, more times than I’d like to admit, someone finds some of her unmentionables in the back seat. When we’re heading home after a night out, she’ll start stripping in the car. Foxy has been like that since we met at a photographer’s party.

I remember one time when we hadn’t been dating long, and I was taking her to her apartment after dancing. I look over. She’s sound asleep and buck naked in the front seat. I had to carry her up two flights of stairs and, luckily, didn’t run into anyone in the apartment building. At that point, she was still a thin runway model and didn’t weigh more than a sack of horse feed.

What’s really strange is that much of the time, she’s painfully shy, but then there are the times I catch her rolling around on the dance floor with someone else’s wife to the entertainment of the crowd, egging them on.

It’s been interesting, I must say.

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7 Responses to Tequila Makes Her Clothes Fall Off

  1. Definitely sounds like Foxy’s theme song! (At least, according to your reports!)

    You’re a lucky guy. But you know that.

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  2. Mark K says:

    I’ve been using a USB stick in my car for years as well. Right now I’ve got over 3,000 songs on the stick.

    I know you’ll be shocked to find it’s quite an eclectic mix.

    Acoustic Alchemy, Al Kooper, Al Stewart, Allman Brothers Band, Ambrosia, Beethoven, Boz Scaggs, Candy Dulfer, Cream, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, Dead Can Dance, Dire Straits, ELO, Emerson, Lake & Palmer, Zappa, Genesis (the Peter Gabriel version), Ian Hunter, It’s A Beautiful Day, Jeff Beck, Jethro Tull, Jimi Hendrix, John Coltrane, Kansas, Laurie Anderson, Led Zeppelin, Little Feat, Miles Davis, Morgan James, Neil Young, Pat Metheney, Peter Gabriel, Pink Floyd, Procol Harem, Quicksilver Messenger Service, Renaissance, Robin Trower, Rory Gallagher, Simon and Garfunkel, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Steely Dan, Supertramp, Alan Parsons Project, Brian Seltzer Orchestra, Dave Brubeck, The Doors, The Rippingtons, The Who, Traffic, Yes.

    Normally I just have it set to random, and if I’m not in the mood for a particular song, I just his the arrow up button on the wheel

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    • LarryArcher says:

      I see a lot of my favorites in your list also. I like using a jump drive as I can create a mix tape of my favorite songs.


      • Mark K says:

        Then you might want to get MP3tag (https://www.mp3tag.de/en/)

        Handy little tool to edit the metadata with songs, including album art.

        I found some interesting quirks about the album cover being displayed in my car.

        If the dpi is too high, it won’t display. I don’t know the exact limit for my car, but since I found one album that worked, I just adjust the dpi to that value using mMP3 tag.

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  3. LarryArcher says:

    To be honest, my car’s display is images of Foxy in a bikini, and the songs just pop up briefly as the title but without the album image. I’d rather look at her than ZZ Top.


    • Mark K says:

      OK I’m going to take the high road and not make a comment about beards. 😉

      Regardless, MP3Tag is a handy tool to keep your library organized.

      I stream from my PC to my iPad/iPhone using Plex and my Marantz AV receiver using Heos, so having all the metadata and titles corect helps with that.


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