10 Best Pick Up Lines from Women in Country Music


Country music is full of fun, flirty lyrics. More of than not we tend to focus on the guys who sing about shaking it in the moonlight when it comes to pick up lines, but women in country music have some pretty good lines of their own.

10 Best Pick Up Lines from Women in Country Music:

1. Carrie Underwood // “Last Name”

It started off, ‘hey cutie where you from’.

Likeliness of Working: Strong

It’s simple, effective and informative.

2. Kelsea Ballerini // “Yeah Boy”

Yeah, boy.

Your eyes could make the moon jealous.

Likeliness of Working: Mild

This one’s different, for sure. Gotta make sure you use it on the right person and that the moon is visible that night.

3. The Judds // “Why Not Me”

Why not me?

Why not me when the nights get cold?

Likeliness of Working: Mild

Depending on the approach, it could work. Sometimes, it’s that simple.

4. Kacey Musgraves // “It Is What It Is”

And you ain’t got nowhere that you need to be.

Likeliness of Working: Strong

If it’s true, go for it.

5. Ashley Monroe // “Weed Instead of Roses”

Give me weed instead of roses.

Bring me whiskey instead of wine.

Likeliness of Working: Very Likely

Most guys would be happy to deliver whiskey instead of wine.

6. Patty Loveless // “I Try To Think About Elvis”

I try to think about Shakespeare,

Leap year,

The Beatles or the Rolling Stones.

I try to think about hair-do’s,


Sushi bars and saxophones.

I try to think about the talk shows,

New clothes,

But I guess I should have known,

I just can’t concentrate,

You’re all I think about these days.

Likeliness of Working: Low

Be prepared to sound desperate. You’ve basically committed to writing a Wikipedia page for your crush, so be careful.

7. Brandy Clark // “Hold My Hand”

This would be a real good time to hold my hand.

Likeliness of Working: Pretty Strong

Some people just need a little help and guidance.

8. Miranda Lambert // “Old Shit”

Splittin’ logs, smokin’ hogs,

Feedin’ leftovers to a three legged dog,

I’m a fan of it old shit.

Likeliness of Working: Through The Roof

Who doesn’t want to talk about BBQ and three-legged dogs? Lead with this, not what you want to name your future kids.

9. Trisha Yearwood // “How Do I Live”

Without you there’d be no sun in my sky,

There would be no love in my life,

There’d be no world left for me.

Likeliness of Working: Iffy

If you’re already in a committed relationship with this person, you’re good. If you’re meeting them for the first time, keep moving.

10. Faith Hill // “The Way You Love Me”

If I could grant,

You one wish,

I’d wish you could see the way you kiss.

Likeliness of Working: Pretty Good

It’s a solid ego boost and should work.

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