How many Country Songs have a State in the title of their song?

I'm referring to "You're The Reason God Made Oklahoma". How many country songs & artists that performed them with any of the United States as the title. Just curious to see whom can name the most...Get Ready Set Go!!!!!!

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  • 9 years ago
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    "Alabama" - Louvin Brothers

    "Alabam" (if you count that) - Cowboy Copas

    "Alabama Jubilee" - many people

    "Stars Fell on Alabama" - many people

    "North to Alaska" - Johnny Horton

    "When It's Springtime in Alaska (It's 40 Below)" - Johnny Horton

    "Arkansas" - Wilburn Brothers

    "Baldknob, Arkansas" - Roy Acuff

    "All the Gold in California" - Gatlin Broters

    "California Earthquake (Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On)" - Rodney Crowell

    "Colorado Christmas" - Steve Goodman (or Nitty Gritty Dirt Band)

    "Georgia Sunshine" - Jerry Reed

    "Bringing in the Georgia Mail" - Charlie Monroe

    "Georgia Pineywoods" - Osborne Brothers

    "Peach Picking Time in Georgia" - Jimmie Rodgers

    "Blue Hawaii" - Hank Locklin

    "Hawaiian Wedding Song" - Jim Reeves

    "Indiana March" - Country All Stars

    "Kansas City Star" - Roger Miller

    "Kansas City Blues" - Delmore Brothers

    "Kentucky" - lots of people

    "Kentucky Rain" - Elvis Presley (written by Eddie Rabbitt)

    "Kentucky Means Paradise" - Merle Travis

    "Kentucky Waltz" - Bill Monroe

    "Kentucky Woman" - Waylon Jennings (yes, this is the Neil Diamond song)

    "Leaving Louisiana in the Broad Daylight" - Oak Ridge Boys

    "Louisiana Man" - Doug & Rusty Kershaw

    "Louisiana 1927" - Jo-El Sonnier

    "Louisiana Saturday Night" - Jimmy C. Newman

    "Louisiana Saturday Night" - Mel McDaniel (note: these are two completely different songs)

    "The Battleship of Maine" - New Lost City Ramblers

    "Saginaw, Michigan" - Lefty Frizzell

    "Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man" - Loretta Lynn & Conway Twitty

    "Miss You Mississippi" - Osborne Brothers

    "Miss the Mississippi and You" - lots of people

    "M-I-S-S-I-S-S-I-P-P-I" - Red Foley

    "I'm Mississippi Bound" - Delmore Brothers

    "Wild Montana Skies" - Emmylou Harris & John Denver

    "Nevada" - the Browns

    "New Mexico" - Johnny Cash

    "New York City" - Statler Brothers

    "I Wouldn't Live in New York City (If They Gave Me the Whole Dang Town)" - Buck Owens

    "Cincinnati, Ohio" - Connie Smith

    "On the Banks of the Ohio" - lots of people

    "Oklahoma Hills" - Hank Thompson

    "Pennsylvania Turnpike, I Love You" - Homer & Jethro

    "Tennessee Waltz" - lots of people

    "Tennessee, Tennessee" - Homer & Jethro

    "My Tennessee Mountain Home" - Dolly Parton

    "Somewhere in Tennessee" - lots of people

    "Deep in the Heart of Texas" - Bob Wills

    "Waltz Across Texas" - Ernest Tubb

    "That Texas Land" - Homer & Jethro

    "Long Long Texas Road" - Roy Drusky

    "Mid the Green Fields of Virginia" - Carter Family

    "West Virginia Waltz" - Wilma Lee & Stoney Cooper

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  • 9 years ago

    Sweet Home Alabama

    Tennessee River

    Hotel California (not really Country)

    The Devil Went Down to Georgia

    All My Ex's Live in Texas

    God Blessed Texas

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  • "North To Alaska" - Johnny Horton

    "East Texas Pines" - Sunny Sweeney

    "Blue Moon Of Kentucky" - Bill Monroe

    "The Trouble With California" - Aaron Lines

    "Moonlight in Vermont" - Willie Nelson

    "Louisiana Man" - Doug Kershaw

    "Tennessee" - Sugarland

    "Almost Heaven, West Virginia" - John Denver

    "Ala-Freakin-Bama" - Trace Adkins

    "Georgia Clay" - Josh Kelley

    "There is No Arizona" - Jamie O' Neal

    "Wild Montana Skies" - John Denver

    "South Carolina Low Country" - Josh Turner

    "Boys from Oklahoma" - Cross Canadian Ragweed

    "Saturday Night In Toledo, Ohio" - John Denver

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