Welcome to my Joe Diffie John Deere Green page where you'll find several top Joe Diffie songs you can easily learn on the acoustic guitar. There are free chord sheets and video demos to help learn some great tunes and if you need the full tutorial lesson, pick it up for a small fee if required. I'll be using Joe Diffie album covers below to indicate the source of each song.
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Home was the very first #1 hit song by Joe Diffie back in 1990 that reached the top of the country charts in both Canada and the US. It was also the first time a debut single was #1 on 3 charts at the same time.
The song was written by Tony Martin and Kent Robbins can be found on the album "A Thousand Winding Roads". Download the Joe Diffie Home lyrics and chords below.
"Home" is a song about the feeling of comfort and belonging that comes with being at home. It talks about the familiar sights, sounds, and smells that make a house a home.
There is an official music vieo for this song.
Download the free Joe Diffie Home lyrics below.
Is It Cold In Here was released in 1991 and peaked at #5 in the US and #4 in Canada. The song was co-written by Diffie, Bobby Boyd and Charlie Williams .
It was the first single from his second album "Regular Joe" and is a song about a man who suspects that his
partner has lost interest in him. He notices that the temperature in the
room has dropped, and wonders if it's because his partner's feelings
towards him have cooled
John Deere Green was a #5 country hit for Joe Diffie when it hit the airwaves in 1993 and was written by Dennis Linde.
It was the third single from his album "Honky Tonk Attitude".
"John Deere Green" is a story-song about a small-town couple who fall in love while painting a John Deere tractor green. The song describes their life together, and how they eventually get married on the tractor.
There was an official music video was created for this song.
Pickup Man topped the US country charts in 1994 and stayed there for four solid weeks. It also reached #9 in Canada. Applebee's used the song in one of its commercials.
The song is from the album "Third Rock From The Sun" and was written by Kerry Kurt Phillips and Howard Perde.
"Pickup Man" is a fun, lighthearted song about a man who uses his pickup truck as a tool to pick up women. The song lists the different types of women he's picked up over the years, and how his trusty pickup has always been there to help him out.
There was an official music video was created for "Pickup Man." Download the free Joe Diffie Pickup Man lyrics below.
Prop Me Up Beside The Jukebox was written by Kerry Kurt Phillips and Howard Perdew and is a single from the 1993 album Honky Tonk Attitude.
The song was a #3 in the US and a #2 hit in Canada.
"Prop Me Up Beside The Jukebox (If I Die)" is a humorous song about a man who wants to be remembered as a party animal when he dies. He asks that his friends prop him up beside the jukebox if he dies, so that he can keep partying even in death.
There was a music video produced for this song also and I often wondered if they got the idea from the Weekend At Bernie's movie which came out several years earlier in 1989.
Considering that the dead man gag appeared in several Joe Diffie videos, it's probably a safe assumption that movie inspired the video format.
Ships That Don't Come In was released in 1992 and was written by Bob McDill and Tom Shapiro. The track hails from the Regular Joe album and made it to #5 in the US and #3 in Canada on the country charts.
"Ships That Don't Come In" is a song about a man who dreams of making it big, but struggles to find success. The song talks about how he's been dealt a tough hand in life, and how he's waiting for his "ship to come in" - a metaphor for waiting for his big break. Despite the setbacks, the protagonist of the song remains hopeful and determined.
There was an official music video was created for "Ships That Don't Come In."
Third Rock From The Sun was the lead off single from the album of the same name when it was released in 1994. The track was written by Tony Martin, Sterling Whipple, and John Greenebaum.
The song was a smash hit reaching #1 in both the US and Canada.
"Third Rock From The Sun" is a humorous song about an alien who comes to Earth and tries to fit in. The song describes the alien's experiences and observations of human life, including getting a job, going to a honky-tonk, and falling in love. The song's title is a reference to the TV show of the same name.
Yes, an official music video was created for "Third Rock From The Sun."
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1. Where is Joe Diffie from? ---> Joe Diffie was born in Tulsa Oklahoma
2. Did Joe Diffie Die? ---> Yes he has left us.
3. When did Joe Diffie die? ---> Joe died on Mar 29th, 2020
4. How did Joe Diffie die? ---> Apparently he had complications two days after announcing he had COVID-19.