If Will Rogers had been a country fan, he'd probably have amended one of his most famous quips to say that nothing is certain but death, taxes and cheating songs. Just like trains and booze, songs about sleeping around have long been a staple of country music. The Boot counts down infidelity's best.

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'Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under' --Shania Twain (1995)

Wandering Words: "Don't act so blue/I know I'm not the only girl you run to"

She presses her paramour for details about his multiple trysts, but the affairs don't seem to bother her as much as his flaunting them. A coquettish Twain, whose real-life husband was recently accused of cheating, seems to relish telling this guy off, as if to prove he never meant that much to her, either.