Finish The Lyric Country Edition is a fun, interactive, music-based game that can adapt to any format and can be themed based on the time of the year or for special occasions.

Before you begin, follow the guidelines for playing games in the Game Strategy section here.

Then, choose the best method to play this game based on your show and how you’ll use the game.

Finish The Lyric Country Edition

The game is simple and easy to play. Follow the guidelines for execution here.

Read the lyrics of one or two lines of the song. Or, you could play the audio.

The contestant must answer with the song’s next word, phrase, or line (or two).

You can also connect it to a song you’re about to play. Some even play it as a virtual game without contestants by asking the question before a stop set, then paying it off coming out, followed by the song.


Q: “Friends in Low Places” by Garth Brooks – Blame it all on my roots, I showed up in boots
A: And ruined your black tie affair. The last one to know, the last one to show, I was the last one you thought you’d see there

Q: “Islands in the Stream” by Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton – Baby when I met you there was peace unknown
A: I set out to get you with a fine tooth comb. I was soft inside, there was something going on

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Q: “Jolene” by Dolly Parton – Jolene, Jolene, Jolene, Jolene
A: I’m begging of you please don’t take my man. Jolene, Jolene, Jolene, Jolene, please don’t take him just because you can

Q: “Ring of Fire” by Johnny Cash – Love is a burning thing
A: And it makes a fiery ring. Bound by wild desire, I fell into a ring of fire

Q: “I Walk The Line” by Johnny Cash – I keep a close watch on this heart of mine
A: I keep my eyes wide open all the time. I keep the ends out for the tie that binds, because you’re mine, I walk the line

Q: “Before He Cheats” by Carrie Underwood – Right now he’s probably slow dancing
A: With a bleached-blond tramp and she’s probably getting frisky. Right now, he’s probably buying her some fruity little drink

Q: “9 to 5” by Dolly Parton – Tumble out of bed and stumble to the kitchen
A: Pour myself a cup of ambition, yawn and stretch and try to come to life. Jump in the shower and the blood starts pumping

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Q: “Coward of the County” by Kenny Rogers – Everyone considered him the coward of the county
A: He’d never stood one single time to prove the county wrong. His mama named him Tommy, the folks just called him yellow

Q: “Amarillo By Morning” by George Strait – I’ll be there when the sun comes up
A: When the sun goes down again. I guess I’ll always be, a cowboy’s dream in Amarillo

Q: “Chattahoochee” by Alan Jackson – Way down yonder on the Chattahoochee
A: It gets hotter than a hoochie coochie. We laid rubber on the Georgia asphalt, we got a little crazy but we never got caught

Q: “Man! I Feel Like A Woman!” by Shania Twain – Let’s go girls! Come on!
A: I’m going out tonight, I’m feelin’ alright. Gonna let it all hang out, want to make some noise, really raise my voice

Q: “I Hope You Dance” by Lee Ann Womack – I hope you never lose your sense of wonder
A: You get your fill to eat but always keep that hunger. May you never take one single breath for granted

Q: “I’ve Got Friends In Low Places” by Garth Brooks – Blame it all on my roots, I showed up in boots
A: And ruined your black tie affair. The last one to know, the last one to show, I was the last one you thought you’d see there

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Q: “King of the Road” by Roger Miller – Trailer for sale or rent, rooms to let fifty cents
A: No phone, no pool, no pets, I ain’t got no cigarettes, ah but two hours of pushin’ broom buys an eight by twelve four bit room

Q: “Elvira” by The Oak Ridge Boys – My heart’s on fire for Elvira
A: Giddy up oom poppa omm poppa mow mow. I’m so proud to be her Romeo

Q: “Tennessee Whiskey” by Chris Stapleton – Used to spend my nights out in a barroom
A: Liquor was the only love I’ve known. But you rescued me from reachin’ for the bottom

Q: “Ain’t Going Down (‘Til the Sun Comes Up)” by Garth Brooks – The clock on the wall says three past midnight
A: There’s not a soul in sight except the bartender and me. How I wish that I was home in bed instead of here trying to drowned your memory