Western Colorado residents love a good country song, and now they can instantly come up with their own. Fortunately for us, Monday, March 27, is "Quirky Country Music Song Titles Day." What can you come up with?

According to the website Days of the Year, March 27 is the day we let the creative juices flow and come up with bizarre titles. Who can forget classics like "All I Want From You (is Away)" and "At the Gas Station of Love, I Got the Self Service Pump"?

Chances are a day doesn't go by you don't find yourself singing "Don't Chop Any Wood Mother, I'm Comin' In With a Load" or "Get Off The Stove, Grandma, You're Too Old To Ride The Range."

Before we get too far, let's get to the bottom of the distinction between Country and Western.

http://www.song-lyrics-generator.org.uk/name/

There are several tools out there to assist you in creating your Country song and Country title. I used Song Name Generator to come up with "The Number of Your Dog."

That's not bad. We can work with that. Here's another little ditty I came up with:

I met her in Sheboygan ridin' shotgun;
I can still recall that little hat she wore;
She was crashin' through the guardrail by the off-ramp,
and I knew what strong deodorants were for;
My Pooh Bear said I'd warp her mind forever;
She said to me her brother's name was Sy;
But who'd have thought she'd yodel with a robot;
You'd think at least that she'd have said goodbye.

An instant classic, wouldn't you agree?

This Monday, March 27, you can take a little extra pride in your Country heritage. Okay, so our song titles can be a bit, shall we say, rural. That's what country is all about. Take a moment to come up with a few tunes of your own.