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what is everybodys favorite country songs?

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  • Anonymous
    9 years ago
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    This is a list of my all-time 100 favourites (according to my current mood!):

    I Can't Sop Loving You/Driftwood On The River/Funny Familiar Forgotten Feelings ~ Don Gibson

    Let's Turn Back The Years/I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry ~ Hank Williams

    Put It Off Until Tomorrow ~ Bill Phillips (with Dolly Parton)

    Your Old Love Letters ~ Jeannie C. Riley

    Suppertime/Hey Porter ~ Johnny Cash

    Jackson ~ Billy Edd Wheeler

    When You Need A Laugh/Shoes/Hidin' Out ~ Patsy Cline

    Don't Be angry/B.J. The D.J./A Wound Time Can't Erase ~ Stonewall Jackson

    Tulsa Queen/Last Cheaters Waltz ~ Emmylou Harris

    Margie's At The Lincoln Park Inn ~ Tom T. Hall

    Make A Dream Come True ~ Crystal Gayle

    Foggy River/2nd Fiddle(To An Old Guitar)/Billy Christian ~ Jean Shepard

    Another Place Another Time ~ Jerry Lee Lewis

    Dark As A Dungeon ~ Grandpa Jones (with Ramona Jones)

    Bringing Mary Home/Train 45/Victim To The Tomb ~ The Country Gentlemen

    Don't Let Me Cross Over ~ Carl and Pearl Butler

    Somebody Somewhere/Blue Kentucky Girl ~ Loretta Lynn

    Rock 'n' Roll Blues ~ Denver Duke and Jeffrey Null

    Sing Me Back Home/Lonesome Fugitive/If We Make It Through December ~ Merle Haggard

    Old Five And Dimers ~ Billie Joe Shaver

    Let's All Help The Cowboys (Sing The Blues) ~ Waylon Jennings; Rings Of Gold ~ Waylon Jennings (with Anita Carter)

    Gone On The Other Hand/Special ~ Charley Pride

    Don't you Ever Get Tired Of Hurting Me/Don't Touch Me ~ Jeannie Seely

    Invitation To The Blues/Hot Rod Jalopy ~ Johnny Bond

    Strawberry Roan/Don't Worry/Rose Of Old Pawnee ~ Marty Robbins

    Take Me/Flowers For Mama/She Thinks I Still Care/A Girl I Used To Know ~ George Jones

    Pass Me By (If You're Only Passing Through) ~ Hillman Hall (or Tanya Tucker)

    Nothing To Write Home About/Singing Country Soul ~ Jack Barlow

    Burning Bridges ~ Jack Scott (or George Jones)

    Saginaw Michigan ~ Lefty Frizzell

    A-11 ~ Buck Owens

    Loose Talk ~ Buck Owens & Rose Maddox

    Detroit City ~ Bobby Bare

    You Never Even Called Me By My Name ~ David Allan Coe

    Me And Bobby McGee/ The Taker ~ Kris Kristofferson

    Me And Paul ~ Willie Nelson

    Loving Her Was Easier/The Hunger ~ Tompall & The Glaser Brothers

    Amanda ~ Don Williams

    Childhood Memories/Mama's Opry/No Time To Cry ~ Iris DeMent

    Somewhere Tonight/The Whiskey Makes You Sweeter ~ Laura Cantrell

    Love At The Five And Dime ~ Nanci Griffith

    Baby Sister ~ Dolly Parton

    How Mountain Girls Can Love/Train 45 ~ The Stanley Brothers

    Orange Blossom Special ~ The Stoneman Family

    Blue Yodel No.8 ~ Bill Monroe & The Bluegrass Boys

    I Wouldn't Change You ~ Jim Eanes & The Shenandoah Valley Boys

    Hickory Wind ~ The Byrds

    China Doll ~ Slim Whitman

    Almost Persuaded ~ David Houston

    Great Speckled Bird/Willie Roy The Crippled Boy ~ Roy Acuff

    Whispering Hope ~ Nat Stuckey and Connie Smith

    How Great Thou Art ~ Connie Smith

    Nitro Express ~ Red Simpson

    A Tombstone Every Mile ~ Dick Curless

    Kansas City/Family Tradition ~ Hank Williams Jr.

    Don't It Make You Wanna Dance ~ Jerry Jeff Walker

    Big Girls Don't Cry/Then Go ~ Lynn Anderson

    The Other Woman ~ Ray Price

    Worried Mind/The Box That It Came In ~ Wanda Jackson

    Cross The Brazos At Waco ~ Billy Walker

    There's A Song On The Jukebox ~ David Wills

    The Letter (That Johnnie Walker Read) ~ Asleep At The Wheel

    If Anyone Ought To Know ~ Amber Digby

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  • 9 years ago

    I tend to have current favorites and all-time favorites.

    Current favorite:

    "Sweet Thang" - Gene Watson & Rhonda Vincent (also the original of this song by Nat Stuckey)

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    All-time favorite:

    "Farewell Party" - Gene Watson

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  • 9 years ago

    Reba-The Greatest Man I Never Knew

    Amazing song!!!

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  • Takeah
    Lv 6
    9 years ago

    God Bless The USA by Lee Greenwood

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  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    Dirt Road Anthem~Jason Alden

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  • .
    Lv 6
    9 years ago

    Right now, Just a Kiss by Lady Antebellum. But my favorite always changes, haha :)

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  • Tyler
    Lv 5
    9 years ago

    pretty much anything by Emerson Drive.

    @Cantrell Loggins Lucky, I really want to go to one of their concerts, but they probably won't be back for probably another year... :(

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  • lolita
    Lv 4
    9 years ago

    if tomorrow never comes by garth brooks

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  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    it's really hard for me to list one.

    pam tillis: "i said a prayer", "mi vida loca", "after a kiss"

    tammy rogers: "speed of love", "the train", "going for a drive"

    terri clark: "a million ways to run", "northern girl", "now that i found you"

    tracy lawrence: "i'm done", "everywhere but hollywood", "can't break it to my heart"

    corb lund: "game in town like this", "truck got stuck"

    mindy mccready: "i'm still here", "black and blue", "this is me'

    jeff carson: "shine on", "not on your love"

    suzy boggus: "letting go", "outbound plane", "drive south"

    eric heatherly: "way down", "flowers on the wall", "swimming in champagne"

    court yard hounds: "aint no son", "fear of wasted time", "the coast"

    nitty gritty dirt band: "mr bojangles", "buy for me the rain", "bang bang bang"

    victor sanz: "destination unknown" "love wont let me',

    david ball: "thinkin problem", "circle of friends", "12-12-84"

    john anderson: "nasvhille tears", "nobody's got it all" "i wish i could've been there"

    rick trevino: "change for a quarter moon", "running out of reasons to run", "learning as you go"

    david kersh: "louisiana country mile", "wonderful tonight", "the need"

    john michael montgomery: "beer and bones", "life's a dance", "cover you in kisses"

    brad paisley: "you'll never leave harlan alive", "i wish you'd stay", "2 people fell in love"

    dixie chicks: "not ready to make nice", "voice inside my head", "silent house"

    lila mccann: "rain of angels", "go easy on me", "that's what angels do"

    gary allan: "loving you against my will", "no man in his wrong heart", "tough little boys"

    george strait: "so much like my dad", "trains make me lonesome", "the road less traveled"

    clint black: "spend my time", "the strong one", "something that we do"

    james bonamy: "roots and wings", "the swing", "little blue dot"

    rhett akins: "what livin's all about", "more than everything", "if heaven wasnt so far away"

    clay walker: "the silence speaks for itself", "money aint everything", "down by the riverside"

    michael peterson: "even whiskey needs drinkin", "travelor's prayer", "too good to be true"

    paul brandt: "risk", "live now", "hands"

    tracy byrd: "it's about time", "somebody's dream", "mossy oak song"

    the wiilkinsons: "fly (the angel song), "nothin but love", "the word"

    trent summar: "it never rains in southern california", "new money", "really neverl loved her anyway"

    jerry kilgore: "love trip", "the look", "cactus in a coffee can"

    chris ledoux: "stampede", "western skies", "life is a highway"

    sammy kershaw: "dont go near the water", "national workin woman's holiday", "queen of my double wide trailor"

    ty herndon: "i want my goodbye back

    chely wright: "broken"

    doug supernaw: "i dont call him daddy"

    mark chesnut: "almost goodbye", "it sure is monday",

    sawyer brown: "the boys and me"

    doug stone: "a jukebox with a country song", "i never knew love

    hal ketchum: "sure love"

    boy howdy: "she'd give anything

    br549: "cherokee boogie"

    daryle singletary: "too much fun"

    lee ann womack: "last call"

    some of kenny chesney's 90s music like "she's got it all" (not a big fan of what he puts out today)

    some of tim mcgraw's 90s music: "welcome to the club", "everywhere"

    ricochet: 7 bridges road, "love is stronger than pride", "she's gone"

    john berry: "kiss me in the car"

    collin raye: "that's my story"

    alabama: "i'm in the mood"

    and the list goes on and on and on

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  • 9 years ago

    none i dont like country music

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