1. “The last time we made love / She called out His name” – Hayes Carll, She Left Me for Jesus
  2. “Pardon us, son, she ain’t no kid / That’s a cocktail waitress in a Dolly Parton wig” – Confederate Railroad, Trashy Women
  3. “While she’s livin’ like a queen on alimony / I’m workin’ two shifts to eat baloney” – Jerry Reed, She Got the Goldmine (I Got the Shaft)
  4. “I met all my wives in traffic jams / There’s just somethin’ women like about a pickup man.” – Joe Diffie, Pickup Man
  5. “I was drunk / the day my ma / got out of prison” – David Allan Coe, You Never Even Called Me By My Name

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