21. “Does He Love You?” by Reba McEntire and Linda Davis
Those two ladies play the wife and mistress in this 1993 track. They compare records about their love for the man that is same
“But does he love you want he really loves me?Does he think about youWhen he’s holding me?And does he whisper all their fantasies?Does he love you prefer he is been lovin’ me?”
22. “Ruby, Do Not Bring Your Love To Town” by Kenny Rogers
A paralyzed war veteran sits during sex begging his spouse, Ruby, to not head out. She dolls herself up for the night and goes looking for love irrespective. The door slams and then he desires he could chase after her with a gun. Kenny Rogers made the track famous in 1969.
23. “Before He Cheats” by Carrie Underwood
Whenever Carrie Underwood suspects her guy is cheating, she takes the problem into her very own hands that are vengeful shows him a concept in this 2007 track. Upset about the “bleached-blond tramp” her enthusiast has ditched her for, she keys their car, carves her title into their fabric chair, takes a baseball bat to your headlights, and slashes their tires.
24. “Jolene” by Dolly Parton
A beautiful red-headed mistress, to leave her husband alone: “I’m begging of you please don’t take my man in 1973, Dolly Parton treated the world to this classic song about a heartbroken wife who pleaded with Jolene. Please don’t simply take him simply because it is possible to.” The spouse have been dealing with Jolene in their sleep.