For the non American's. The Dixie Chicks are a female country band. Couple sisters and a lead singer. While on tour in London, less than two weeks before the USA invaded the sovereign nation of Iraq, the lead singer uttered the words 'We don't want this war, this violence, and we're ashamed that the President of the United States is from Texas" referring to George W. Bush, President of the USA. Some new magical rule
was invoked that you can't bad mouth the President while on foreign soil. So country music
stations (which outnumbered all other music radio
stations combined ) refused to play their music and held public gatherings to smash their records/CDs or whatever.
The ladies all took time off, had kids
, etc. Later they released a new album that sold
over 30 million copies. It was a push back to the ******** they suffered.
I still refer to this as the Dixie Chick effect. You can say anything you want but that doesn't mean there won't be repercussions.
Anyone want to argue that they were wrong to be against the Iraq war? I'd love to disagree with you.
Now for the OP: I surely want to live a little more like the Buffett songs