Country music (especially the traditional twangy country songs) has a certain reputation. Some of it is earned, which can be a fun game source for any format. Here’s how to play the Country Song Fill In The Blank game.

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.

Country Song Fill In The Blank

This is one of those games that doesn’t need a prize. In fact, team shows don’t even need a contestant to play. The fun happens in the questions and possible answers, but the questions are hard to answer correctly. That’s particularly the case if you’re playing on a non-country station.

There are two ways to play:

  • Provide one (or two) lines of lyrics of a country song and leave out the last word or phrase. The contestant must provide the answer. This is the best approach to a creative team show. The cast will likely get it wrong, but their spontaneous answers will be hilarious.
  • Read the lyrics and provide three options to choose from. This is the best solution if playing with a contestant because they can guess the one they think is most appropriate. If they answer 3 of 5 correctly, they win.
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Here are some examples of the Country Song Fill In the Blank game questions and answers (highlighted).

  • I Would Have Writ You A Letter, But I Couldn’t Spell ____.  A) Yuck, B) Tramp, C) Words.
  • I Keep Forgettin’ ________. A) What do you look like?, B) I forgot about you, C) You married my brother.
  • I Wouldn’t Take Her To A Dawg Fight, cause ___________. A) my dog don’t love her, B) you don’t bring a cock to a dog fight, C) I’m afraid she’d win.
  • I’d Rather Have A Bottle In Front Of Me than _____________________. ) a frontal lobotomy, B) Your ugly face, C) your Mama chasin’ me with a knife.
  • I’ve Got The Hungries For Your Love And I’m _____________. A) Ready to chow down on your lips, B) Waiting in your welfare line, C) Gonna get full with your kisses
  • If I Can’t Be Number One In Your Life, Then ____________, A) Flush me down the toilet of life, B) I don’t want you to pee, C) number two on you.
  • If Love Were Oil ____________. A) I’d be a quart low, B) I’d be your dipstick, C) You need a change.
  • My Everyday Silver Is __________. A) Plastic, B) Stolen, C) Rusty.
  • If My Nose Were Full Of Nickels, I’d __________. A) I’d have one big ugly nose, B) You could be my tissue of love, C) Blow It All On You.
  • If You Don’t Leave Me Alone, _____________. A) I’ll start dating myself, B) I’ll Go And Find Someone Else Who Will, C) I’ll start dating your sister.
  • Mama Get The Hammer, ____________. A) My toolbelt is empty, B) My love needs a remodel, C) There’s A Fly On Papa’s Head.
  • My Head Hurts, My Feet Stink, ________. A) And I don’t love Jesus, B) And my wife is dating my boss, C) And my arm just fell off.
  • My John Deere Was Breaking Your Field, ________________. A) While your field was polluting my water, B) while your John Dear was breaking my heart, C) while your Kubota was plowing my corn.