The debate "All the wisdom in the world can be found in old country music lyrics" was started by
July 10, 2014, 2:58 pm.
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That might be enough to see the common perception.
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The question that we should answer here is what wisdom is. Wisdom is about living in more intelligent, smarter way... And in order to live in this way, adapting to the environment is crucial... Old lyrics definitely carry some morals in it, but given that they are literally 'old', its contents might be a little bit anachronistic or outdated for the modern society. They do not carry all the wisdom.
Check rap. It isn't bad it is just like a lot of other things and gets generalized by the worst of it. When you actually find good rap it can give you some of life's wisdom
Not all old country music lyrics are about wisdom. Some modern music lyrics also give the best quotes in life. Let say Taylor Swift or David Archuletta’s songs. Modern life is quite stressful no matter whether you’re at school, university or work. There are always worries and problems to cope with, and things never run smoothly. You shouldn’t worry. Enjoy life just like the wisdom world which can be found in some old country music lyrics.
Old country songs tell life's stories, from lost love to politics. There is a lot of wisdom there indeed.