‘Sweet Southern Comfort’ by Buddy Jewell  » Music  »
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  • The lyrics are sweet and refreshing and although enjoyed by many who do not live in the southern United States, the song is especially moving for many southerners
  • This song probably wouldn't be exceptionally popular with non-southerners or those who don't like country, but I would recommend listening to it to them anyway as a great way to unwind and relax


    • by Zoey7879
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      As one of the most popular country music songs between the years 2003 and 2005, the song ‘Sweet Southern Comfort’ by the first ever ‘Nashville Star’ winner Buddy Jewell is one that I will never be able to shake from my mind.

      This wonderfully written song follows country music tradition by featuring the use of both a banjo


      and guitars to perform the music. The lyrics are sweet and refreshing and although enjoyed by many who do not live in the southern United States, the song is especially moving for many southerners. The lyrics of the song discuss some of the aspects of living in the southern states, ranging from how laid back most of the people living there are to making mention of Alabama State University’s Crimson Tide team slogan.

      I lived in the state of Alabama from 2004 until late 2005 and that is where I first heard this song. The opening banjo notes are relaxing and conjure up images of summer days, flower fields, lemonade, and fire flies. The south is ...


      • 'Sweet Southern Comfort' by Buddy Jewell
      known for each of those things, as well as the general hospitality and spirituality of many of the people who reside there.

      I have seldom heard ‘Sweet Southern Comfort’ actually air on the radio since leaving Alabama, and it saddens me. The very sound of the opening notes as well as the lyrics always bring a smile to

      my face and images of my time in Alabama to mind. Buddy Jewell calling out the words to this song are a definite relief to homesick southerners. This song probably wouldn’t be exceptionally popular with non-southerners or those who don’t like country, but I would recommend listening to it to them anyway as a great way to unwind and relax.




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