Five Songs That Won The Judds’ Grammy Awards
The begin of the brand new yr marks Naomi Judd’s 76th birthday and 38 years since The Judds earned their first No. 1 hit with “Mama He’s Crazy.” Naomi, alongside her daughter Wynonna, fashioned one of the profitable nation music duos of all time of their quick eight-year run with 5 Grammy awards for “Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal” between the
years 1985 and 1992. Since then, and most just lately in 2017, the 2 have reunited on the stage bringing previous and new followers all around the world collectively inside sold-out venues, proving the love of a mom and daughter by no means goes out of favor.
Today is Naomi Judd’s birthday, and now we have 5 of their most iconic songs to toast to her!
1. “Mama He’s Crazy” from the album Wynonna & Naomi (1984)
“He thinks I hung the moon and stars / I feel he’s a livin’ dream / Well, there are males / But ones like him are few and much between / Mama, he’s loopy / He’s loopy over me / And in my life is the place he stays / He all the time desires to be.”
2. “Why Not Me” from the album Why Not Me (1984)
“You’ve been searchin’ from right here to Singapore / Ain’t it time that you simply discover the woman subsequent door? / Baby, why not me / You needed to see if the world was spherical / It’s time that you simply discovered how good settlin’ down could possibly be / Why not me.”
3. “Grandpa (Tell Me ‘Bout the Good Ole Days)” from the album Rockin’ With The Rhythm (1985)
“Did lovers actually fall in love to remain? / And stand beside one another, come what might? / Was a promise actually one thing individuals stored? / Not simply one thing they’d say / Did households actually bow their heads to wish? / Did daddies actually by no means go away? / Oh, grandpa, inform me ‘bout the nice ole days.”
4. “Give A Little Love” from the album Greatest Hits (1988)
“Drive you wild with a smile after which they’ll deal with you merciless / Well, I ain’t gonna fall for that ’trigger Mama didn’t elevate no idiot / So give a little bit love a squeeze and a little bit kiss / Give a little bit hug / Mmm, I would like some extra of this.”
5. “Love Can Build a Bridge” from the album Love Can Build a Bridge (1990)
“I might whisper love so loudly / Every coronary heart would perceive / That love, and solely love, can be part of the trials of man / I might give my hearts need so that you simply would possibly see / The first step is to comprehend that all of it begins with you and me / Love can construct a bridge between your coronary heart and mine.”
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