10 Best Country Love Songs
The top 10 best country love songs are hard to pin down because country music has always had a special touch when it comes to romantic songs. In fact, when most people mention a love song it’s almost always a country one. But which ones really tug at the heart strings? Here are the top ten best country love songs.
- "Remember When" by Alan Jackson, 2003. This song goes up at down in tempo at just the right moments to keep you interested and entranced. It’s a melancholy story about growing old with the love of his life.
- "I Swear" by John Michael Montgomery, 1994. This country ballad is about what everyone needs in their life, a lot of devotion.
- "Always On My Mind" by Willie Nelson, 1982. A truly classic sounding country love song. He sings about regretting not showing how much he truly cared about her.
- "I Will Always Love You" by Dolly Parton, 1974. Although Whitney Houston’s version is more popular today, you can’t forget about the sound of Dolly Parton’s classic country love song about eternal love.
- "The Dance" by Garth Brooks, 1989. This song is a woeful reminder that not everything lasts forever, but the amount of emotion packed into this song makes it worth while.
- "How Do I Live" by Trisha Yearwood, 1997. In this song she sings about wondering how she would live without her love. About how important he is in her life.
- "When You Say Nothing At All" by Alison Krauss, 1995. This love song is about the understanding she feels with her love, about them not even having to say a word to know how much they care.
- "One More Day" by Diamond Rio, 2000. This song is about always wishing they had had more time with that special someone.
- "I Walk the Line" by Johnny Cash, 1956. When it comes to country and love Johnny Cash has to be involved somewhere. This song is about being a better person for the one he loves.
- "He Stopped Loving Her Today" by George Jones, 1980. Perhaps one of the most tragic love songs out there, this one is about him loving her till the day he died.