"Too Much Fun" (1995)
After scoring a breakout hit with the heavy emotions of "I Let Her Lie," Singletary changed course for his follow-up, "Too Much Fun," showing fans a fully developed good-timing side. Released as the third single from his self-titled debut in 1995, the up-tempo party jam was another winner, reaching the Top Five of Billboard's Hot Country Songs chart. Written by Curtis Wright and Jeff Knight, the song showcases Singletary's crisp, carefree vocal, which outlined a wild night of bar-hopping and howling at the moon – including a memorable opening scene where the song's protagonist gets busted with 14 buddies in the back of his pickup. C.P.