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TOP CLASSIC COUNTRY SONGS OF ALL TIME. "Bop" - Dan Seals "The Sweetest Thing" - Juice Newton "What's Forever For" - Michael Martin Murphey "I Don't Call Him Daddy" - Doug Supernaw "I Let Her Lie" - Daryle Singletary "Little Red Rodeo" - Collin Raye "If Bubba Can Dance (I Can. "Sixteen Tons" - Tennessee Ernie Ford. "San Antonio Rose" - Bob Wills And His Texas Playboys. "Workin' Man Blues" - Merle Haggard. "I Walk The Line" - Johnny Cash. "Mama Tried" - Merle Haggard. "Coal Miner's Daughter" - Loretta Lynn. "Old Dogs, Children, And Watermelon Wine" - Tom T Hall. The Lord Knows Im Drinking. CAL SMITH. Fourteen Carat Mind. GENE WATSON. Does Fort Worth Ever Cross Your Mind. GEORGE STRAIT. Babys Got Her Blue Jeans On. MEL McDANIEL. Ive Been Around Enough To Know. JOHN SCHNEIDER. It Must Be Love. DON WILLIAMS. I Really.
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Country music is the most popular genre of music and its popularity stems from classic country songs such as these that have paved the way for other, more current artists. The classic country songs are steeped in Americana and tell the story of ordinary, loving, hard working, often hard drinking, and sometimes long-suffering people, just like many of us.
Crazy Patsy Cline - This heart-breaking and flagellating song by Patsy Cline has always been a country classic. Your Cheatin' Heart This sad Hank Williams song is one to which your can drown your sorrows in a tall glass of wine or beer. Mama Tried As Merle Haggard says, "mamma tried" to raise her boy right, but it just didn't work here that way.
He Walked on Water- Randy Travis. Crazy Patsy Cline - This heart-breaking and flagellating song by Patsy Cline has always been a country classic. Desperadoes Waiting on a Train- The Highwaymen.
Hello Darlin Conway Twitty. Amarillo by Morning George Strait. Ring Of Fire This song about bringing love is both romantic and epically brutal.
Coal Miner's Daughter Another ode to the occupations of the south and the lives lived by the hard-driving coal workers and their family. This Loretta Lynn song is a classic. The Gambler Kenny Rogers.
Take Me Down- Alabama. Brother Jukebox- Mark Chesnutt. Ballad of Forty Dollars- Tom T. Coca Cola Cowboy- Mel Tillis. Hello Walls- Faron Young.
Jolene Another Dolly Parton hit to make the list, this song is about the pleas on one woman to Jolene to stop cheating with her husband. Folsom Prison Blues Johnny Cash.
I Fall to Pieces Patsy Cline - Nobody quite does self pity like Cline, another classic and cry-worthy tune from her makes the list.
El Paso Marty Robbins - Beuatiful song that's an ode to the city which includes a the wonderful music of a Spanish guitar. Song won a grammy in On the Road Again. Sixteen Tons A classic folksy tune about the life and sorrows of a coal miner. Sunday Morning Comin' Down Another country song about hard drikning and that tough Sundway morning hangover.
White Lightning This song is an ode to the white lightening aka moonshine that George Jones' father used to bootleg.
Friends in Low Places Garth Brooks. Coat of Many Colors Dolly Parton - An homage song to Parton's childhood in a poor family, the song tells the tale about a patchwork coat made from whatever mama could find. Kiss an Angle Good Mornin. This Merle Haggard classic is another one that makes the list.
Guitars, Cadillacs Dwight Yoakam. A Boy Named Sue. Flowers on the Wall The Statler Brothers.
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King of the Road. Rose Garden Lynn Anderson.
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