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Country music isn't all pickups, whiskey, fights and American flags. Sure, some of it is, but at its core, country's all about overcoming hardship, familial pride and heartbreak. Those values span the legacy of the genre, from Hank Williams to Willie Nelson to Dolly Parton and all the way up to Lil Nas X's breakout and Orville Peck's alt country anthems. There's pop country and disco country, traditional country and outlaw country. But at its heart, all country is intertwined.

This list spans the history of the genre, from classic artists like George Jones to modern-day superstars (Yes, Taylor Swift is here... no, we're not sorry). You'll find songs for true believers and naysayers who claim to hate the genre wholesale. And among the 29 ditties below, you're sure to find something to get your toes tapping.

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Top Country Songs of All Time

"I Walk the Line" by Johnny Cash

1. "I Walk the Line" by Johnny Cash

Cash’s first No. 1 hit on the Billboard chart managed to keep itself on the radar for 43 weeks. Cash said the song was his "pledge of devotion" to new wife Vivian Liberto, and, oh, it was written backstage in one night. NBD.

"Jolene" by Dolly Parton

2. "Jolene" by Dolly Parton

This Parton hit was her second chart-topper and even crossed into mainstream music’s territory. It’s one of her most covered songs, now being sung by artists who weren’t even alive when it came out in 1973, and she’s revealed in interviews that the real Jolene is a composite of her bank teller and a fan she met at a show.

"Friends in Low Places" by Garth Brooks

3. "Friends in Low Places" by Garth Brooks

Songwriting duo Dewayne Blackwell and Earl Bud Lee handed this song off to a then-unknown Brooks, who took the tune to a No. 1 chart spot and wound up making a fairly big name for himself in country.


"Choices" by George Jones

4. "Choices" by George Jones

Known in the last decades of his life as the greatest living country music singer, Jones had no shortage of chart-toppers during his musical career. This 1999 cover track stands out as one of Jones’s most meaningful vocal performances.


"Concrete Angel" by Martina McBride

5. "Concrete Angel" by Martina McBride

Telling the heart-wrenching story of a young girl living in a hellish world of abuse, McBride’s smooth and high-reaching vocals wrap this 2002 song in emotion and ferocity. It took her girl-power anthems to a new level with its sobering message, and it’s just a damn good song.


"Kiss an Angel Good Morning" Charley Pride

6. "Kiss an Angel Good Morning" Charley Pride

The late Charley Pride will forever be remembered as the rare performer to break country music's undeniably fortified color barrier. But simply focusing on his challenges (or, more accurately, the genre's shortcomings) distracts from the fact that he was one of the country's most gifted songwriters, and one need only listen to his biggest hit — the peppy, fiddle-kissed slice of soulful country — to realize he more than earned his place among the greats through impeccable, raw talent. 

"Where Were You" by Alan Jackson

7. "Where Were You" by Alan Jackson

Few Americans don’t have an answer to the question Jackson poses in this song: Where were you on September 11, 2001? Jackson reportedly felt conflicted about profiting from the tragedy but wrote the song in an attempt to process his associated emotions—and survivors and listeners thanked him for doing so.

"Live Like You Were Dying" by Tim McGraw

8. "Live Like You Were Dying" by Tim McGraw

Despite its inherently somber topic, this feel-good, hip-swaying tune finds McGraw waxing poetic over the ability to truly live life to the fullest. The track and video both cleaned up at the 2004 CMAs and ACM Awards, and it has some solid bucket list advice (just ignore the part about bull riding, maybe).


"I Hope You Dance" by Lee Ann Womack

9. "I Hope You Dance" by Lee Ann Womack

Songwriters Mark Sanders and Tia Sillers’ heartfelt, emotional ode became the soundtrack to father-daughter dances at weddings across the country. Womack first performed the vocals in 2000 before taking home a Grammy for it.

"Take Me Home Country Roads" by John Denver

10. "Take Me Home Country Roads" by John Denver

This 1971 ode to West Virginia became Denver’s best-known opus and his signature song. Nowadays, it’s the perfect Instagram caption for snapshots of any old winding road, but in its prime it reached the second spot on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart and inspired dozens of covers in homage.

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500 "Bop" - Dan Seals
499 "The Sweetest Thing" - Juice Newton
498 "What's Forever For" - Michael Martin Murphey
497 "I Don't Call Him Daddy" - Doug Supernaw
496 "I Let Her Lie" - Daryle Singletary
495 "Little Red Rodeo" - Collin Raye
494 "If Bubba Can Dance (I Can Too)" - Shenandoah
493 "We Danced" - Brad Paisley
492 "You and I" - Crystal Gayle & Eddie Rabbitt
491 "Austin" - Blake Shelton
490 "Pour Me" - Trick Pony
489 "Complicated" - Carolyn Dawn Johnson
488 "Daddy's Money" - Ricochet
487 "Old Enough To Know Better" - Wade Hayes
486 "Single White Female" - Chely Wright
485 "Little Goodbyes" - SHeDAISY
484 "What Kind of Fool Do You Think I Am" - Lee Roy Parnell
483 "She'd Give Anything" - Boy Howdy
482 "I'm Not Strong Enough To Say No" - BlackHawk
481 "My Home's In Alabama" - Alabama
480 "Cowboy Take Me Away" - Dixie Chicks
479 "One Way Ticket" - LeAnn Rimes
478 "Pickup Man" - Joe Diffie
477 "Born To Fly" - Sara Evans
476 "Every Which Way But Loose" - Eddie Rabbitt
475 "Love a Little Stronger" - Diamond Rio
474 "Not On Your Love" - Jeff Carson
473 "Little Bitty" - Alan Jackson
472 "Blues Man" - Hank Williams Jr.
471 "What If I Said" - Anita Cochran & Steve Wariner
470 "It's a Love Thing" - keith urban
469 "My Strongest Weakness" - Wynonna
468 "Six Pack Summer" - Phil Vassar
467 "Someone Else's Star" - Bryan White
466 "A Little Less Talk" - Toby Keith
465 "My Love" - Little Texas
464 "Prayin' For Daylight" - Rascal Flatts
463 "Smoke Rings in the Dark" - Gary Allan
462 "Carlene" - Phil Vassar
461 "Drive South" - Suzy Bogguss
460 "Who Needs Pictures" - Brad Paisley
459 "Fishing In The Dark" - Nitty Gritty Dirt Band
458 "All Is Fair In Love And War" - Ronnie Milsap
457 "In a Week or Two" - Diamond Rio
456 "You're the Reason God Made Oklahoma" - David Frizzell & Shelly West
455 "Every Once In a While" - BlackHawk
454 "The Heart Won't Lie" - Reba McEntire
453 "Where The Blacktop Ends" - keith urban
452 "All The Gold In California" - The Gatlin Brothers
451 "Ordinary Life" - Chad Brock
450 "What Might Have Been" - Little Texas
449 "Nobody Likes Sad Songs" - Ronnie Milsap
448 "Keeper of the Stars" - Tracy Byrd
447 "Mi Vida Loca (My Crazy Life)" - Pam Tillis
446 "Before the Next Teardrop Falls" - Freddie Fender
445 "Meet Me In Montana" - Dan Seals & Marie Osmond
444 "XXXs and OOOs (American Girl)" - Trisha Yearwood
443 "Hillbilly Rock" - Marty Stuart
442 "You Had Me From Hello" - Kenny Chesney
441 "Seein' My Father In Me" - Paul Overstreet
440 "You Don't Even Know Who I Am" - Patty Loveless
439 "You Ain't Much Fun" - Toby Keith
438 "Detroit City" - Bobby Bare
437 "Thinkin' Problem" - David Ball
436 "He Thinks He'll Keep Her" - Mary Chapin Carpenter
435 "Hillbilly Shoes" - Montgomery Gentry
434 "Never Again, Again" - Lee Ann Womack
433 "There Ain't Nothin' Wrong With The Radio" - Aaron Tippin
432 "Look Heart, No Hands" - Randy Travis
431 "I Just Wanted You To Know" - Mark Chesnutt
430 "I Wanna Be Loved Like That" - Shenandoah
429 "You Can Dream of Me" - Steve Wariner
428 "I Miss My Friend" - Darryl Worley
427 "(Hey, Won't You Play) Another Somebody Done Somebody Wrong Song" - B.J. Thomas
426 "She Couldn't Change Me" - Montgomery Gentry
425 "Too Much Fun" - Daryle Singletary
424 "God Blessed Texas" - Little Texas
423 "Don't Happen Twice" - Kenny Chesney
422 "Whenever You Come Around" - Vince Gill
421 "Breathe" - Faith Hill
420 "Every Light in the House is On" - Trace Adkins
419 "Cross The Brazos At Waco" - Billy Walker
418 "Y'all Come Back Saloon - Oak Ridge Boys
417 "Wanted" - Alan Jackson
416 "The One" - Gary Allan
415 "No News" - Lonestar
414 "Something Like That" - Tim McGraw
413 "Keep It Between The Lines" - Ricky Van Shelton
412 "Three Chords & The Truth" - Sara Evans
411 "Tall, Tall Trees" - Alan Jackson
410 "One More Last Chance" - Vince Gill
409 "Lost in the 50s Tonight" - Ronnie Milsap
408 "Wild One" - Faith Hill
407 "Something In Red" - Lorrie Morgan
406 "Two More Bottles of Wine" - Emmylou Harris
405 "Passionate Kisses" - Mary Chapin Carpenter
404 "Can't Break It To My Heart - Tracy Lawrence
403 "You Needed Me" - Anne Murray
402 "Midnight in Montgomery" - Alan Jackson
401 "Livin' In a Moment" - Ty Herndon
400 "Not a Moment Too Soon" - Tim McGraw
399 "Family Tradition" - Hank Williams Jr.
398 "Six Days On The Road" - Dave Dudley
397 "This Kiss" - Faith Hill
396 "You Don't Seem To Miss Me" - Patty Loveless with George Jones
395 "Don't Take The Girl" - Tim McGraw
394 "No Place That Far" - Sara Evans & Vince Gill
393 "Strawberry Wine" - Deana Carter
392 "Busy Man" - Billy Ray Cyrus
391 "I Got Mexico" - Eddy Raven
390 "I Always Get Lucky With You" - George Jones
389 "You Look So Good In Love" - George Strait
388 "Daddy's Hands" - Holly Dunn
387 "Happy Trails" - Dale Evans and Roy Rogers
386 "It Sure Is Monday" - Mark Chesnutt
385 "What About Now" - Lonestar
384 "Sold (The Grundy County Auction Incident)" - John Michael Montgomery
383 "She's Actin' Single (I'm Drinkin' Doubles" - Gary Stewart
382 "Tulsa Time" - Don Williams
381 "Please Remember Me" - Tim McGraw
380 "There Stands The Glass" - Webb Pierce
379 "Do You Remember These" - Statler Brothers
378 "He Didn't Have To Be" - Brad Paisley
377 "Ships That Don't Come In" - Joe Diffie
376 "I'd Love To Lay You Down" - Conway Twitty
375 "Coward of the County" - Kenny Rogers
374 "She Keeps The Home Fires Burning" - Ronnie Milsap
373 "The Grand Tour" - George Jones
372 "A Bad Goodbye" - Clint Black with Wynonna Judd
371 "Not That Different" - Collin Raye
370 "Tennessee Flat Top Box" - Johnny Cash
369 "It Must Be Love" - Don Williams
368 "Mississippi Cotton Pickin' Delta Town" - Charley Pride
367 "Walkaway Joe" - Trisha Yearwood with Don Henley
366 "Check Yes Or No" - George Strait
365 "The Dirt Road" - Sawyer Brown
364 "What Part of No" - Lorrie Morgan
363 "Pancho & Lefty" - Merle Haggard & Willie Nelson
362 "Queen of My Double Wide Trailer" - Sammy Kershaw
361 "Holdin' Heaven" - Tracy Byrd
360 "You Won't Ever Be Lonely" - Andy Griggs
359 "I Believe In You" - Don Williams
358 "I Love a Rainy Night" - Eddie Rabbitt
357 "Unbelievable" - Diamond Rio
356 "Ain't Goin' Down 'Til The Sun Comes Up" - Garth Brooks
355 "Blood Red And Goin' Down" - Tanya Tucker
354 "Amazed" - Lonestar
353 "Holes in the Floor of Heaven" - Steve Wariner
352 "The South's Gonna Do It Again" - Charlie Daniels Band
351 "When You're Hot You're Hot" - Jerry Reed
350 "Your Everything" - keith urban
349 "Kentucky Rain" - Elvis Presley
348 "Wild Horses" - Garth Brooks
347 "Rednecks, White Socks and Blue Ribbon Beer" - Johnny Russell
346 "Will The Circle Be Unbroken" - The Carter Family
345 "When I Said I Do" - Clint Black & Lisa Hartman Black
344 Me And You - Kenny Chesney
343 "All My Rowdy Friends Have Settled Down" - Hank Williams Jr.
342 "Come Next Monday" - K.T. Oslin
341 "It's Just a Matter of Time" - Randy Travis
340 "It's a Little Too Late" - Tanya Tucker
339 "Teddy Bear Song" - Barbara Fairchild
338 "No One Needs To Know" - Shania Twain
337 "Thank God I'm a Country Boy" - John Denver
336 "Foolish Pride" - Travis Tritt
335 "Snowbird" - Anne Murray
334 "Tell Me Why" - Wynonna
333 "Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue" - Crystal Gayle
332 "She Don't Know She's Beautiful" - Sammy Kershaw
331 "Fancy" - Reba McEntire
330 "The Fireman" - George Strait
329 "If The Devil Danced (In Empty Pockets)" - Joe Diffie
328 "Happiest Girl in the Whole U.S.A. - Donna Fargo
327 "18 Wheels and a Dozen Roses" - Kathy Mattea
326 "Big Iron" - Marty Robbins
325 "Who's Cheatin' Who" - Charly McClain
324 "Coca Cola Cowboy" - Mel Tillis
323 "Seven Year Ache" - Rosanne Cash
322 "Unwound" - George Strait
321 "One More Day" - Diamond Rio
320 "Leavin' Louisiana in the Broad Daylight" - Oak Ridge Boys
319 "Near You" - George Jones & Tammy Wynette
318 "Don't Close Your Eyes" - Keith Whitley
317 "Wide Open Spaces" - Dixie Chicks
316 "It's a Great Day To Be Alive" - Travis Tritt
315 "Older Women" - Ronnie McDowell
314 "The Church on Cumberland Road" - Shenandoah
313 "Some Broken Hearts Never Mend" - Don Williams
312 "Who's Lonely Now" - Highway 101
311 "Small Town Saturday Night" - Hal Ketchum
310 "I Swear" - John Michael Montgomery
309 "I Won't Take Less Than Your Love" - Paul Overstreet & Tanya Tucker
308 "Alibis" - Tracy Lawrence
307 "I Still Believe In You" - Vince Gill
306 "Some Gave All" - Billy Ray Cyrus
305 "The Thunder Rolls" - Garth Brooks
304 "Daddy's Come Around" - Paul Overstreet
303 "Don't Worry About Me, Baby" - Janie Fricke
302 "Lord, I Hope This Day Is Good" - Don Williams
301 "Fist City" - Loretta Lynn
300 "It Matters To Me" - Faith Hill
299 "Everywhere" - Tim McGraw
298 "Anymore" - Travis Tritt
297 "Thinkin' About You" - Trisha Yearwood
296 "Ain't Nothing 'Bout You" - Brooks & Dunn
295 "Georgia on My Mind" - Willie Nelson
294 "Redneck Girl" - Bellamy Brothers
293 "Paper Roses" - Marie Osmond
292 "It's Your Love" - Faith Hill and Tim McGraw
291 "Brother Jukebox" - Mark Chesnutt
290 "Copperhead Road" - Steve Earle
289 "It Was Almost Like a Song" - Ronnie Milsap
288 "Blue" - LeAnn Rimes
287 "Bobbie Sue" - Oak Ridge Boys
286 "Neon Moon" - Brooks & Dunn
285 "My Woman, My Woman, My Wife" - Marty Robbins
284 "Baby's Got Her Blue Jeans On" - Mel McDaniels
283 "Fool Hearted Memory" - George Strait
282 "Love in the First Degree" - Alabama
281 "Room Full of Roses" - Mickey Gilley
280 "Two Dozen Roses" - Shenandoah
279 "On The Verge" - Collin Raye
278 "The Greatest" - Kenny Rogers
277 "Singin' The Blues" - Marty Robbins
276 "American Made" - Oak Ridge Boys
275 "Shut Up And Kiss Me" - Mary Chapin Carpenter
274 "Any Day Now" - Ronnie Milsap
273 "Don't Come Home A 'Drinking (With Lovin' On Your Mind)" - Loretta Lynn
272 "Mountain Music" - Alabama
271 "Any Man Of Mine" - Shania Twain
270 "Galveston" - Glen Campbell
269 "Straight Tequila Night" - John Anderson
268 "Boot Scootin' Boogie" - Brooks & Dunn
267 "Lady" - Kenny Rogers
266 "How Forever Feels" - Kenny Chesney
265 "You're The One" - Oak Ridge Boys
264 "Heaven's Just A Sin Away" - The Kendalls
263 "For My Broken Heart" - Reba McEntire
262 "She Believes in Me" - Kenny Rogers
261 "Wild Angels" - Martina McBride
260 "Daydreams About Night Things" - Ronnie Milsap
259 "40 Hour Work For a Living" - Alabama
258 "No Time To Kill" - Clint Black
257 "She's Got It All" - Kenny Chesney
256 "Take Me As I Am" - Faith Hill
255 "When You Say Nothing At All" - Keith Whitley
254 "What's It To You" - Clay Walker
253 "Swingin'" - John Anderson
252 "Gentle On My Mind" Glen Campbell
251 "Feels So Right" - Alabama
250 "Bye Bye" - Jo Dee Messina
249 "Achy Breaky Heart" - Billy Ray Cyrus
248 "Hard Workin' Man" - Brooks & Dunn
247 "The Wild Side Of Life" - Hank Thompson
246 "Flowers On The Wall" - The Statler Brothers
245 "Too Cold At Home" - Mark Chesnutt
244 "I Like It, I Love It" - Tim McGraw
243 "The Devil Went Down To Georgia" - The Charlie Daniels Band
242 "Night Life" - Willie Nelson
241 "Funny How Time Slips Away" - Willie Nelson
240 "Homecoming" - Tom T. Hall
239 "Joshua" - Dolly Parton
238 "Devil Woman" - Marty Robbins
237 "Every Time Two Fools Collide" - Kenny Rogers & Dottie West
236 "In This Life" - Collin Raye
235 "Independence Day" - Martina McBride
234 "Amanda" - Waylon Jennings
233 "I Hope You Dance" - Lee Ann Womack
232 "Rose Colored Glasses" - John Conlee
231 "Holdin' Her and Lovin' You" - Earl Thomas Conley
230 "Chain of Love" - Clay Walker
229 "Tryin' To Love Two Women" - Oak Ridge Boys
228 "That Silver-Haired Daddy Of Mine" - Gene Autry
227 "Is There Life Out There" - Reba McEntire
226 "Wings of a Dove" - Ferlin Husky
225 "She's in Love With The Boy" - Trisha Yearwood
224 "Heartbreak Hotel" - Elvis Presley
223 "Killin' Time" - Clint Black
222 "How Do You Like Me Now?!" - Toby Keith
221 "By The Time I Get To Phoenix" - Glen Campbell
220 "Bluest Eyes in Texas" - Restless Heart
219 "There's Your Trouble" - Dixie Chicks
218 "Amos Moses" - Jerry Reed
217 "Girl's Night Out" - The Judds
216 "Muleskinner Blues" - Bill Monroe
215 "Brand New Man" - Brooks & Dunn
214 "I Wouldn't Have Missed It For The World" - Ronnie Milsap
213 "Wichita Lineman" - Glen Campbell
212 "Seminole Wind" - John Anderson
211 "Statue of a Fool" - Jack Greene
210 "Lucille" - Kenny Rogers
209 "Where Were You (When The World Stopped Turning)" - Alan Jackson
208 "My Blue Ridge Mountain Boy" - Dolly Parton
207 "Convoy" - C.W. McCall
206 "All I Have To Offer You (Is Me)" - Charley Pride
205 "In The Jailhouse Now" - Webb Pierce
204 "Still" - Bill Anderson
203 "It's Only Make Believe" - Conway Twitty
202 "One Has My Name (The Other Has My Heart)" - Jerry Lee Lewis
201 "Fire & Smoke" - Earl Thomas Conley
200 "Here You Come Again" - Dolly Parton
199 "Close Enough To Perfect" - Alabama
198 "I'll Still Be Loving You" - Restless Heart
197 "Whiskey River" - Willie Nelson
196 "Ghost Riders in the Sky" - Johnny Cash
195 "Ballad of Forty Dollars" - Tom T. Hall
194 "The Ballad of Ira Hayes" - Johnny Cash
193 "My Own Kind of Hat" - Merle Haggard
192 "No Vacancy" - Merle Travis
191 "She's Crazy For Leavin'" - Rodney Crowell
190 "Mama, He's Crazy" - The Judds
189 "Young Love" - Sonny James
188 "Driving My Life Away" - Eddie Rabbitt
187 "My Heroes Have Always Been Cowboys" - Willie Nelson
186 "The Pill" - Loretta Lynn
185 "Boy Named Sue" - Johnny Cash
184 "Blue Yodel No 1. (aka T For Texas)" - Jimmie Rodgers
183 "The Fightin' Side of Me" - Merle Haggard
182 "If We Make It Through December" - Merle Haggard
181 "The Chair" - George Strait
180 "Blanket on the Ground" - Billie Jo Spears
179 "Gone Crazy" - Alan Jackson
178 "Love Me Tender" - Elvis Presley
177 "Unanswered Prayers" - Garth Brooks
176 "I Was Country When Country Wasn't Cool" - Barbara Mandrell with George Jones
175 "Rocky Mountain Music" - Eddie Rabbitt
174 "Elvira" - Oak Ridge Boys
173 "Go Rest High On That Mountain" - Vince Gill, Patty Loveless & Ricky Skaggs
172 "Moanin' The Blues" - Hank Williams, Sr.
171 "The Closer You Get" - Alabama
170 "Ain't That Lonely Yet" - Dwight Yoakam
169 "Act Naturally" - Buck Owens
168 "9 To Five" - Dolly Parton
167 "Old Flame" - Alabama
166 "Daddy Sang Bass" - Johnny Cash
165 "I Wouldn't Want To Live If You Didn't Love Me" - Don Williams
164 "Dixieland Delight" - Alabama
163 "A Better Man" - Clint Black
162 "I'll Go To My Grave Lovin' You" - Statler Brothers
161 "The Most Beautiful Girl" - Charlie Rich
160 "Love, Me" - Collin Raye
159 "She Thinks I Still Care" - George Jones
158 "Big Bad John" - Jimmy Dean
157 "High Noon" - Tex Ritter
156 "Po' Folks" - Bill Anderson
155 "On the Other Hand" - Randy Travis
154 "Together Again" - Buck Owens
153 "Kiss An Angel Good Morning" - Charley Pride
152 "A White Sport Coat (And a Pink Carnation)" - Marty Robbins
151 "I'm a Ramblin' Man" - Waylon Jennings
150 "I'm Sorry" - Brenda Lee
149 "Folsom Prison Blues" - Johnny Cash
148 "How Do I Live" - Trisha Yearwood
147 "Take These Chains From My Heart" - Hank Williams, Sr.
146 "Lookin' For Love" - Johnny Lee
145 "You're My Best Friend" - Don Williams
144 "Love Can Build a Bridge" - The Judds
143 "I Love The Way You Love Me" - John Michael Montgomery
142 "Angel Flying Too Close To The Ground" - Willie Nelson
141 "'Til I Can Make It On My Own" - Tammy Wynette
140 "Rhinestone Cowboy" - Glen Campbell
139 "Almost Persuaded" - David Houston
138 "Long Haired Country Boy" - Charlie Daniels Band
137 "Easy Lovin'" - Freddie Hart
136 "Running Bear" - Sonny James
135 "Blame It On Your Heart" - Patty Loveless
134 "Guitars, Cadillacs, Etc., Etc." - Dwight Yoakam
133 "Carrying Your Love With Me" - George Strait
132 "Foggy Mountain Breakdown" - Flatt & Scruggs
131 "Walk On By" - Leroy Van Dyke
130 "What Ever Happened to Randolph Scott" - Statler Brothers
129 "Ruby (Don't Take Your Love To Town)" - Kenny Rogers
128 "King Of The Road" - Roger Miller
127 "Lonesome On'ry and Mean" - Waylon Jennings
126 "When I Call Your Name" - Vince Gill
125 "Candy Kisses" - George Morgan
124 "Orange Blossom Special" - Johnny Cash
123 "Take This Job and Shove It" - Johnny Paycheck
122 "Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye" - Eddy Arnold
121 "Chattahoochie" - Alan Jackson
120 "Rose Garden (aka I Never Promised You A Rose Garden)" - Lynn Anderson
119 "You Never Even Called Me By My Name" - David Allen Coe
118 "Why Don't Ya Love Me" - Hank Williams, Sr.
117 "Country Bumpkin" - Cal Smith
116 "The River" - Garth Brooks
115 "Blue Suede Shoes" - Carl Perkins
114 "Amarillo By Morning" - George Strait
113 "North To Alaska" - Johnny Horton
112 "Does Fort Worth Ever Cross Your Mind" - George Strait
111 "I'm Not Lisa" - Jessi Colter
110 "If You've Got The Money, I've Got The Time" - Lefty Frizzell
109 "The Gambler" - Kenny Rogers
108 "Silver Medals, and Sweet Memories" - Statler Brothers
107 "Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way?" - Waylon Jennings
106 "Lookin' At The World Through a Windshield" - Del Reeves
105 "A Thousand Miles From Nowhere" - Dwight Yoakam
104 "Walkin' After Midnight" - Patsy Cline
103 "Long Gone Lonesome Blues" - Hank Williams, Sr.
102 "Tennessee River" - Alabama
101 "Giddyup Go" - Red Sovine
100 "Wildwood Flower" - The Carter Family
99 "D-I-V-O-R-C-E" - Tammy Wynette
98 "Cool Water" - Bob Nolan & The Sons Of The Pioneers
97 "What a Difference You've Made In My Life" - Ronnie Milsap
96 "Is Anybody Goin' To San Antone" - Charley Pride
95 "Sweet Dreams" - Patsy Cline
94 "Long Black Veil" - Lefty Frizzell
93 "Linda On My Mind" - Conway Twitty
92 "Phantom 309" - Red Sovine
91 "There Goes My Everything" - Jack Greene
90 "Kaw-Liga" - Hank Williams, Sr.
89 "Don't Rock The Jukebox" - Alan Jackson
88 "Cold, Cold Heart" - Hank Williams, Sr
87 "The Year That Clayton Delaney Died" - Tom T. Hall
86 "I Need You" - Sonny James
85 "Uncle Pen" - Bill Monroe
84 "There's No Getting Over Me" - Ronnie Milsap
83 "Behind Closed Doors" - Charlie Rich
82 "If Tomorrow Never Comes" - Garth Brooks
81 "Friends In Low Places" - Garth Brooks
80 "Silver Wings" - Merle Haggard
79 "You Are My Sunshine" - Jimmie Davis
78 "Sleeping Single in a Double Bed" - Barbara Mandrell
77 "Harper Valley P.T.A." - Jeannie C. Riley
76 "Luckenbach, Texas" - Waylon Jennings
75 "She's Got You" - Patsy Cline
74 "Mamas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys" - Willie Nelson & Waylon Jennings
73 "Lead Me On" - Conway Twitty & Loretta Lynn
72 "Jolene" - Dolly Parton
71 "I'm Movin' On" - Hank Snow
70 "Love in the Hot Afternoon" - Gene Watson
69 "Waltz Across Texas" - Ernest Tubb
68 "You've Never Been This Far Before" - Conway Twitty
67 "Help Me Make It Through The Night" - Sammi Smith
66 "Here's a Quarter (Call Someone Who Cares)" - Travis Tritt
65 "Crazy Arms" - Ray Price
64 "Sunday Morning Comin' Down" - Johnny Cash
63 "God Bless The USA" - Lee Greenwood
62 "Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man" - Conway Twitty & Loretta Lynn
61 "Pure Love" - Ronnie Milsap
60 "Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain" - Willie Nelson
59 "Rocky Top" - The Osborne Brothers
58 "Okie From Muskogee" - Merle Haggard
57 "I Sang Dixie" - Dwight Yoakam
56 "Good-Hearted Woman" - Waylon Jennings
55 "Bouquet of Roses" - Eddy Arnold
54 "Here In The Real World" - Alan Jackson
53 "Hello Walls" - Faron Young
52 "I Think I'll Just Stay Here and Drink" - Merle Haggard
51 "I Will Always Love You" - Dolly Parton
50 "Tumbling Tumbleweeds" - The Sons Of The Pioneers
49 "Anytime" - Eddy Arnold
48 "Only Daddy That'll Walk The Line" - Waylon Jennings
47 "Dreaming My Dreams With You" - Waylon Jennings
46 "Delta Dawn" - Tanya Tucker
45 "Hello Darlin'" - Conway Twitty
44 "Tight Fittin' Jeans" - Conway Twitty
43 "Chiseled In Stone" - Vern Gosdin
42 "I Can't Help It (If I'm Still In Love With You)" - Hank Williams, Sr.
41 "The Cattle Call" - Eddy Arnold
40 "The Battle of New Orleans" - Johnny Horton
39 "Wabash Cannonball" - Roy Acuff
38 "Suspicious Minds" - Elvis Presley
37 "Hey Good Lookin'" - Hank Williams, Sr
36 "Smoky Mountain Rain" - Ronnie Milsap
35 "Faded Love" - Bob Wills And His Texas Playboys
34 "Forever And Ever, Amen" - Randy Travis
33 "Walking The Floor Over You - Ernest Tubb
32 "Coat Of Many Colors" - Dolly Parton
31 "Make The World Go Away" - Eddy Arnold
30 "Rainy Day Woman" - Waylon Jennings
29 "It Wasn't God Who Made Honky-Tonk Angels" - Kitty Wells
28 "I Can't Stop Loving You" - Don Gibson
27 "Tennessee Waltz" - Patti Page
26 "The Last Thing On My Mind" - Porter Wagoner & Dolly Parton
25 "White Lightning" - George Jones
24 "For The Good Times" - Ray Price
23 "Ring of Fire" - Johnny Cash
22 "Jambalaya" - Hank Williams Sr.
21 "Stand By Your Man" - Tammy Wynette
20 "Tiger by the Tail" - Buck Owens
19 "Oh, Lonesome Me" - Don Gibson
18 "Always On My Mind" - Willie Nelson
17 "Old Dogs, Children, And Watermelon Wine" - Tom T Hall
16 "Coal Miner's Daughter" - Loretta Lynn
15 "Mama Tried" - Merle Haggard
14 "I Walk The Line" - Johnny Cash
13 "Workin' Man Blues" - Merle Haggard
12 "San Antonio Rose" - Bob Wills And His Texas Playboys
11 "Sixteen Tons" - Tennessee Ernie Ford
10 "The Dance" - Garth Brooks
09 "He'll Have To Go" - Jim Reeves
08 "Lovesick Blues" - Hank Williams, Sr.
07 "Today I Started Loving You Again" - Merle Haggard
06 "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry" - Hank Williams, Sr.
05 "El Paso" - Marty Robbins
04 "I Fall To Pieces" - Patsy Cline
03 "Your Cheatin' Heart" - Hank Williams, Sr.
02 "Crazy" - Patsy Cline
01 "He Stopped Loving Her Today" - George Jones


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Born from blues and folk, the country music genre has generated countless hits over the past several decades. From sad songs about mourning and loss, to funny country songs sure to make you laugh; from classic country beach tunes to romantic ballads, there's something for everyone when it comes to country music. But these 70 iconic country jams, from old Hank Williams and Patsy Cline tracks to more modern melodies with staying power (Carrie Underwood's "Before He Cheats" will never get old), top our list of the best country songs of all time.

Whether you're driving down an old dirt road, headed to a Southern wedding, going on a summer road trip, singing karaoke, or celebrating Christmas, there's a classic country song for every occasion. Whatever you're feeling or thinking, old-school greats like Loretta Lynn, Johnny Cash, Dolly Parton, and Merle Haggard have sang about it before. Whether you’re an old-fashioned purist, a fan of the best 90s country songs (we see you, Tim McGraw stans), or more of a modern country guy/gal, some of these tunes are the best classic country songs of all time, and you definitely won't regret adding them to your favorite playlist.

1"Man of Constant Sorrow," The Stanley Brothers, 1951

2"Blue Moon of Kentucky," Bill Monroe and the Bluegrass Boys, 1956

3"Coal Miner's Daughter," Loretta Lynn, 1960

4"Crazy Arms," Willie Nelson and Ray Price, 1956

5"Mammas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys," Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson, 1978

6"Delta Dawn," Tanya Tucker, 1972

7"Remember When," Alan Jackson, 2003

8"Standin' On the Corner (Blue Yodel #9)," Jimmie Rodgers, 1930

9"Before He Cheats," Carrie Underwood, 2005

10"Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man," Loretta Lynn and Conway Twitty, 1973

11"Ring of Fire," Johnny Cash, 1963

12"I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry," Hank Williams, 1949

13"Songs About Rain," Gary Allen, 2003

14"Fancy," Reba McEntire, 1990

15"I've Got a Tiger By the Tail," Buck Owens and the Buckaroos, 1965

16"Save a Horse (Ride a Cowboy)" Big & Rich, 2004

17"D-I-V-O-R-C-E," Tammy Wynette, 1968

18"The Dance," Garth Brooks, 1989

19"Don’t Come Home A’ Drinkin’ (With Lovin’ on Your Mind)," Loretta Lynn, 1966

20"The Most Beautiful Girl," Charlie Rich, 1974

21"I Was Country When Country Wasn't Cool," Barbara Mandrell, 1994

22"I Will Always Love You," Dolly Parton, 1974

23"Chattahoochee," Alan Jackson, 1992

24"Flowers on the Wall," Statler Brothers, 1966

25"I Hope You Dance," Lee Ann Womack, 2000

26"Forever and Ever Amen," Randy Travis, 1987

27"Guitars, Cadillacs," Dwight Yoakam, 1986

28"Mama Tried," Merle Haggard, 1968

29"Folsom Prison Blues," Johnny Cash, 1957

30"Hello Darlin," Conway Twitty, 1970

31"Stand By Your Man," Tammy Wynette, 1968

32"Crazy," Patsy Cline, 1961

33"Wagon Wheel," Old Crow Medicine Show, 2004

34"Friends in Low Places," Garth Brooks, 1990

35"Jolene," Dolly Parton, 1973

36"I Walk the Line," Johnny Cash, 1957

37"The Gambler," Kenny Rogers, 1978

38"The Devil Went Down to Georgia," Charlie Daniels Band, 1979

39"El Paso," Marty Robbins, 1959

40"(Take Me Home) Country Roads," John Denver, 1971

41"Breathe," Faith Hill, 1999

42"He Stopped Loving Her Today," George Jones, 1980

43"Always On My Mind," Willie Nelson, 1982

44"It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels," Kitty Wells, 1952

45"A Country Boy Can Survive," Hank Williams, Jr., 1981

46"Harper Valley PTA," Jeannie C. Riley, 1968

47"Seven Year Ache," Rosanne Cash, 1981

48"Rhinestone Cowboy," Glen Campbell, 1975

49"Coat of Many Colors," Dolly Parton, 1971

50"Amazed," Lonestar, 1999

51"Wide Open Spaces," Dixie Chicks,1998

52"Old Dogs, Children and Watermelon Wine," Tom T. Hall, 1972

53"Don't Make My Brown Eyes Blue," Crystal Gayle, 1977

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