I have been a huge fan of karaoke for a long time and I don't get to do it as often as I'd like or as often as I used to.  I came upon some older tunes today that I realized I've never sang, and I have made it my goal to do so.  I also realized they're some of the saddest songs ever.

Sammy Kershaw "Yard Sale" - everything about this tune screams COUNTRY and I love it.  It hasn't been heard on radio in years, but if I get the chance I'm bringing it to the karaoke stage!

George Jones "He Stopped Loving Her Today" - Yes, it's the BEST country song EVER, and it's one of those you don't want to touch, but I kinda do.  I finally broke down and sang Garth Brooks' "The Dance" after years of not wanting to "tarnish" it, so why not this one.

Alabama "Lady Down On Love" - So, I won't have Teddy and Jeff singing great harmonies behind me, but the generic voices on the karaoke disc will mesh well with my generic voice and make me feel the hurt that the boys from Ft. Payne felt when they sang this one.