Intimidating country songs
But before we anoint her as the quintessential pop cheerleader, let’s take a look at some of the best soundtracks for any sporting event, guaranteed to entertain even if your team can’t.THE CLASSICS The Rolling Stones, “Start Me Up” Lots of people love sports, and large groups of (sometimes) drunk fans need to be told what to do.Vengaboys, “We Like To Party” You’ve seen how that old man at Six Flags dances to this song!While the rest of us will never be able to top those moves, we might as well try.
Neil Diamond, “Sweet Caroline” (Boston Red Sox) Diamond hails from Brooklyn, but for some reason or another, Fenway Park sound engineers chose this track as their seat-clearing, stadium sing-along soundtrack.Church recently filmed a performance of his new single during his sold-out two-night stand at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Colorado.(Watch the premiere above.) But while the aim of the lyrics is to rob words like "heartbreak," "regret" and "fear" of their power, Church's onstage delivery is anything but meek.The Head-Scratchers The White Stripes, “Seven Nation Army” We feel confident saying Jack White by no means intended for his 2003 track to become beloved in arenas around the country, but the relentless, thumping guitar makes it hard not to stomp along to.Jet, “Are You Gonna Be My Girl” You may not remember Jet, but years from now you’ll still be singing this song at day games.