Gene Autry, Faye Blessing, and Jeanne Gatshall
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The CMA awards are just around the corner. Some of the songs nominated this year are "Drunk Girl," "Tequila," "Drowns the Whiskey," and "Drinkin' Problem." Think there's a trend here? Anyway, to get in the spirit of the awards, here are some funny country song titles that you may think fake but they are sho-nuf real. Granted, most of these country songs didn't take home a fancy trophy, but Jerry Reed's, "She Got the Gold Mine and I Got the Shaft" was nominated for a CMA in 1982 and a Grammy in 1983.

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At this time, we'd like to take a moment to honor these creative song-writers with a special award for Funniest Country Song Title of the Year. What other genre of music comes up with crazy songs like our country music friends? Whether you need to give your significant other a boot out the door or drown your sorrow over being kicked to the curb, hopefully you'll get a laugh from a sampling of these funny country break-up songs.

  • How Can I Miss You if You Won't Go Away? —Dan Hicks & His Hot Licks, 1969
  • I Flushed You from the Toilets of My Heart —J.D. Blackfoot, 1975
  • Don't Believe my Heart Can Stand Another You —Tanya Tucker, 1976
  • How Come your Dog don't Bite Nobody but Me? —Mel Tillis, 1975
  • I Wouldn't Take Her to a Dogfight (Cause I'm Afraid She'd Win) —Charlie Walker, 1967
  • You Can't Have Your Kate and Edith Too —The Statler Brothers, 1968
  • If the Phone Don't Ring, Baby, You'll Know It's Me —Rusty Ford, 2012
  • I Keep Forgettin' That I Forgot About You —Wynn Stewart, 1965
  • Don't Strike A Match To The Book Of Love —Hal Ketchum, 1991
  • Her Only Bad Habit Is Me —George Strait, 1991
  • I'm So Miserable Without You, It's Just Like Having You Around —Billy Walker, 1965
  • Please Bypass This Heart —Jimmy Buffett, 1985
  • She Made Toothpicks Out Of The Timber Of My Heart —Homer Haynes and Jethro Burns, 1962
  • Thank God And Greyhound You're Gone —Roy Clark, 1970
  • Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under? —Shania Twain, 1995
  • You Done Tore Out My Heart And Stomped That Sucker Flat —Lewis Grizzard, 1987
  • You're A Hard Dog To Keep Under The Porch —Gail Davies, 1983
  • You're The Reason Our Kids Are So Ugly —Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn, 1978
  • Who's Gonna Take the Garbage Out (When I'm Dead And Gone?) —Loretta Lynn and Ernest Tubb, 1969
  • When You Leave Walk Out Backwards, So I'll Think You're Walking In —Bill Anderson, 1961
  • She Got The Ring And I Got The Finger —Chuck Mead, 2009
  • Redneck Martians Stole My Baby —Hank Flamingo, 1994
  • If The Jukebox Took Teardrops —Danni Leigh, 1990