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->''The kid guns the gas, car starts to swerve\\
Heads for a semi truck, jumps the curb\\
Truck hits a Big Boy in the Shoney's parking lot \\

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->''The kid guns the gas, car starts to swerve\\
Heads for a semi truck, jumps the curb\\
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->''Truck hits a Big Boy in the Shoney's parking lot \\


* ''All in the Same Boat'' (with Aaron Tippin and Sammy Kershaw) (2014)

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* ''All in the Same Boat'' (with Aaron Tippin Music/AaronTippin and Sammy Kershaw) Music/SammyKershaw) (2014)


There ain't no paint in the world that'll cover it, the heart keeps showing through

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There ain't no paint in the world that'll cover it, the heart keeps showing throughthrough
* TruckDriversGearChange:
** "New Way (To Light Up an Old Flame)" goes from A to B-flat.
** "John Deere Green" from G to A.

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* OpenSecret: In "Third Rock from the Sun" Both the police Chief's wife and the mayor seem to be well aware that he's hiding down at the bar, hitting on women while pretending to be working late.

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* AllForNothing: The chaos in ''Third Rock from the Sun'' is set into motion by the chief of police deciding to hit on an attractive woman who walked into the bar and his wife seeing through his excuse. According to the music video, the chief of police just got himself a slap in the face upon hitting on the woman, meaning that he would have been better off just going home even without all of the disasters set into motion.


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* DisasterDominoes: PlayedForLaughs in "Third Rock From the Sun", when the joy riding teenagers inadvertently cause the whole town to suffer a blackout as a result of this trope.
->''The kid guns the gas, car starts to swerve\\
Heads for a semi truck, jumps the curb\\
Truck hits a Big Boy in the Shoney's parking lot \\
And flies through the air takes out the bank clock\\
Clock strikes a light pole, transformer sparks\\
Lines go down, town goes dark.''


* HoistByHisOwnPetard: The chain of events in "Third Rock from the Sun" is started by a man in a bar who calls his wife to tell her that he's working late, when in reality he's having an affair with another woman. The wife calls over her sister for consolation, but the sister's boyfriend drives off to buy beer. In the process, the boyfriend's car is stolen by teenagers, who crash it into a semi truck and cause a power outage, which freaks out a waitress who calls the cops. The cops then call the mayor because they can't find the sheriff -- who as it turns out, is hiding from his wife at the bar.

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* HoistByHisOwnPetard: The chain of events in "Third Rock from the Sun" is started by a man in a bar Smokey's Bar who decides to go for a fling. He calls his wife to tell her that he's with a lie about working late, when in reality he's having an affair with another woman. The wife who calls over her sister to come over for consolation, but the sister's whose boyfriend drives goes off to buy beer. In the process, the boyfriend's car a beer, whose pickup is stolen by teenagers, who crash it into teenagers on a semi truck and cause a power outage, which freaks out a waitress who calls joyride... The eventual chain of chaos ends in the cops. The cops then call calling the mayor because they can't find the sheriff Chief of Police -- who as it turns out, is hiding from his wife still at the bar.Smokey's Bar.



* SweetieGraffiti: In "John Deere Green", a man named Billy Bob paints "Billy Bob Loves Charlene" on a water tower. The couple marries and the sign of their love remains visible, despite the town's attempts to cover it up.
--> Now more than once, the town has discovered painting over it ain't no use\\

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* SweetieGraffiti: In "John Deere Green", a man named Billy Bob paints puts "Billy Bob Loves Charlene" on a water tower. tower in the titular paint. The couple marries and the sign of their love remains visible, visible well after they've married, despite the town's numerous attempts to cover it up.
--> Now -->Now more than once, the town has discovered painting over it ain't no use\\


->''The got love bigger than the Beatles,\\

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->''The got ->''They gotta love bigger than the Beatles,\\

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* DoWrongRight: In "John Deere Green", the townspeople take issue not with the fact that a teenager vandalized a water tower, but that he used green instead of red paint to declare his love for a girl.

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* ComicallyMissingThePoint: From "I'm in Love with a Capital 'U'": "Every time the teacher said pi R squared, all I could think about was going to lunch."


* SweetieGraffiti: In "John Deere Green", a man named Billy Bob paints "Billy Bob Loves Charlene" on a water tower. The couple marries and the sign of their love remains visible, despite the town's attempts to cover it up.

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* SweetieGraffiti: In "John Deere Green", a man named Billy Bob paints "Billy Bob Loves Charlene" on a water tower. The couple marries and the sign of their love remains visible, despite the town's attempts to cover it up.up.
--> Now more than once, the town has discovered painting over it ain't no use\\
There ain't no paint in the world that'll cover it, the heart keeps showing through


Ain't life such a sweet, sweet song.

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Ain't life such a sweet, sweet song.''

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->''The got love bigger than the Beatles,\\
Wild and free like a Rolling Stone,\\
They gotta love takes 'em higher than the Eagles,\\
Ain't life such a sweet, sweet song.
-->"Bigger than The Beatles"


* TheCameo: The video for "Bigger than The Beatles" has a couple of shots of a Beatles tribute act singing the "Yeah yeah yeah yeah!" line towards the end of the song.



* ShoutOut: "Bigger than Music/TheBeatles" also has lyrics referencing Music/ElvisPresley, Music/TheRollingStones and Music/TheEagles.

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* ShoutOut: "Bigger than Music/TheBeatles" (which has the ending "Yeah yeah yeah yeah!" from "She Loves You" line incorporated into the song) also has lyrics referencing Music/ElvisPresley, Music/TheRollingStones and Music/TheEagles.

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* EightiesHair: Rocked a mullet in the early part of his career in the 90s. He toned it down as the decade came to a close but always wore his hair slightly longer at the back than fashionable.

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