Gail Davies was nominated for an ACMA and CMA Award in 1981 and voted "Best New Female Vocalist" by The DJs of America. Although there were some sizable hits from this record, including two Top 20 singles - "You're a Hard Dog (To Keep Under the Porch)" and a self-penned song entitled "Boys like You," - Gail's chart success was beginning to wane. The last single from this album, a duet with Ricky Skaggs written by Gail's brother, Ron Davies, was entitled "It's You Alone. It was released just as Gail was preparing to leave Warner Bros. With no promotional support from the label it stalled at No. 55 on the Billboard charts
You're a Hard Dog (To Keep Under the Porch). You're a Hard Dog (To Keep Under the Porch)" is a song written by Susanna Clark and Harlan Howard. It was originally recorded by American country artist Gail Davies for her fifth studio album entitled What Can I Say. The song was recorded in June 1983 at the "Woodland Studio", located in Nashville, Tennessee, United States. The session was produced entirely by Davies, who had been self-producing her recording sessions for several years
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He entrusted her with the health care reforms whose crushing rejection by Congress in 1994 scarred his first term. But history’s lesson is plain. When Clinton has time on his hands, he has a habit of getting into trouble. As Hillary herself once put it, he’s a hard dog to keep on the porch. Campaign 2016 has already proved it. More about Bill Clinton Hillary Clinton US Presidential Election 2016.
) He formed sexual alliances with two sisters of the same family at the same time, while married to yet another woman, and fathered progeny with unusual casualness. His death left Virginia at the mercy of an alcoholic wife-beating successor. The Governor was, in the words of a local saying, a hard dog to keep on the porch. This would scarcely be worth mentioning if the leaders of official American feminism had not rallied to his defence and rallied, furthermore, by pointing to the relative trashiness of some of the women who have complained.
In Reply to: A hard dog to keep on the porch posted by Brian from Shawnee on January 25, 2011 at 14:59: : : Looking at the dog related list, I am reminded of the phrase: "a hard dog to keep on the porch. used to describe a philandering recent past American President. Anybody know where it came from or more about? : : That would be Bill Clinton, affectionately known in some circles as The Big Dog. The nickname seems to derive from a popular t-shirt saying from the 1990's, "If you can't run with the Big Dogs, stay on the porch"
Do you feel guilty when you leave your dog home alone? Find out the best ways to entertain a bored dog while you're at work. If you learn how to entertain your bored dog while you're at work, you will have a happy dog who will lovingly greet you after a long day. Why Dogs Are Destructive When Home Alone. You can read in an earlier article that I wrote about why dogs may become destructive, but here is a summary of why your dog may be destructively chewing everything in site. This will keep your dog working hard to free the treats. This is a particularly good treat in summer to keep your dog cool, although the ice will melt quickly. If you have an inside dog you may want to try using a large bowl like this dog below from tablespoon. 9. Rotate your dog's toys. If you are anything like me, your dog has more toys than a pet store.
What kind of music do you want to listen to? . Album ∙ 2017 ∙ 1 Songs. I'm a Hard Dog to Keep Under the Porch.
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