Love is a beautiful thing. It’s even more beautiful when spiced with sweet music. Here is a list of the top 41 best country love songs to spice up your playlist.
This list of the most popular tracks contains all of the best love hits from country music ever made.
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1. Amazed – Lonestar
Amazed is a power ballad by Lonestar, an American country music group. The song is the band’s longest-serving single at the top of music charts. Amazed carries a promise of a lifetime love forever and ever.
2. Are You Gonna Kiss Me or Not – Thompson Square
This is an electric piece that talks of the mystery of love, making the first move, and the good feeling after. The song has gained two Grammy nominations and is two times platinum certified by RIAA.
3. Beautiful Crazy – Luke Combs
Beautiful Crazy is a slow commanding jam that tells of how the artist is crazy over his lover’s awkward ways. The song took over the country airwaves after its release in 2019. This song remains Luke Comb’s best performing song to date.
4. Bless the Broken Road – Rascal Flatts
The song was first done by Nitty Gritty Dirt Band but the Rascal Flatt’s version is the one that blew up the airwaves. The lyrics of the song cast a love spell on everyone who dares to listen to it. The cover version has attained more than 2 million-copy sales the numbers haven’t stopped yet.
5. Breathe – Faith Hill
Breathe is a timeless music piece whose fame was picked right from inception. The song ranked top of hot country songs and number 2 on billboard hot 100 charts.
6. Die a Happy Man – Thomas Rhett
Die A Happy Man is a hopelessly romantic ballad. Featuring Rhett’s wife, the song oozes nothing but contentment of Rhett in the hand of his woman. The song remains as Rhett’s most successful song, due to its sincerity.
7. Feels So Right – Alabama
Feels So Right is a sensuous love song that is performed in the pop love tune. The song has gained recognition on different music charts since its release and remains Alabama’s most popular song.
8. Forever and Ever, Amen – Randy Travis
This soulful track was written by Paul Overstreet and Don Schlitz. The song became the first of Randy Travis to top the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Singles charts. The song was also ranked on US Hot Country Songs (Billboard), Canadian RPM Country Tracks, Canadian RPM Adult Contemporary Tracks, and UK Singles Charts.
9. From This Moment On – Shania Twain
From this moment was written on a romantic escapade between Shania Twain and her husband Lange. Motivated by the love Shania experienced, the piece croons of contentment of love between the two love birds.
10. Girl Crush – Little Big Town
This is not your usual love song. The song expresses the writer’s obsession with the girl that took away her lover. The writer is crushing on the rival girl in a bid to win her lover back. The song has won 2 Grammy awards, securing the most played country song in the US, and is 3 times platinum-certified.
11. God Gave Me You – Blake Shelton
God Gave Me You is one of the country songs that performed extremely well after its release. The song was nominated for the best country song in the Grammy awards. It was also ranked at the top of the US Hot Country Songs chart. The magic of this melody was what pushed Blake Shelton TO propose to his wife, Miranda Lambert!
12. Heaven – Kane Brown
This is a slow but romantic song that tells of how heavenly it is to be in life. Brown wrote this sensual song with his fiancée in mind making it one of the most timeless pieces from him.
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13. I Believe in You – Don Williams
I Believe in You is the no 1 hit from the gentle giant of country, Don Williams. The velvet voice and laidback lyrics talk of how the writer believes in love and God. The song sold massively in America’s digital era and in New Zealand. The track has earned recognition including U.S. Billboard Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks and US hot country songs.
14. I Cross My Heart – George Strait
I Cross My Heart has been ranked as the most beautiful country love song of all times. The song made it the staple to most wedding parties and as a promise celebration of eternal love.
15. I Need You – Tim McGraw and Faith Hill
I need you is a powerful duet performed by the country music power couple, Tim and Faith. The ballad describes the love the two have for each other and how much they need each other.
16. I’m Already There – Lonestar
This is a nostalgic piece that talks of undying love between a soldier on the war front and his family. The song got great recognition from US billboards, contemporary, and adult music charts.
17. If Tomorrow Never Comes – Garth Brooks
This emotive ballad was released in 1989 and quickly got recognition as Brooks’ signature tunes. If tomorrow never comes was the first song to make it to no 1 Billboard country singles chart.
18. In Case You Didn’t Know – Brett Young
The song is a combination of a magical voice crooning of the artist’s confession of his ‘craziness’ about his lover. Released in 2017, the song was certified 3 times platinum by RIAA.
19. Island in the Stream – Dolly Parton and Kenny Rogers
The song was written by Bee Gees and performed as a duet by Dolly Parton and Kenny Rogers. The single topped the Adult and contemporary music charts. In 1983, the song topped the US Billboard hot 100 charts.
20. It’s Your Love – Tim McGraw and Faith Hill
It’s Your Love is a crooner performed by the power couple, Tim and Faith. The song has received a lot of awards and has ranked very high on music charts thanks to the truth and vulnerability displayed by the couple.
21. Kiss an Angel Good Mornin – Charley Pride
This is a simple romantic song that tells of why the writer walks with a smile daily. The song ranked first in-country songs charts, top 20 pop charts, and top 10 on adult contemporary music.
22. Lady – Kenny Rogers
Lady is a song written by Lionel Richie and performed by Kenny Rogers. The song ranks among Kenny’s best his and number 60 on Billboard’s All-Time Top 100. The song has ranked top of Billboard magazine Hot Country Singles charts nine times and on Billboard Hot 100 and Adult Contemporary Singles charts.
23. Like a Rodeo – Kane Brown
Released in 2019, the song literally stole the show. The song talks of the energy of love, with all its new prospects. Listening to its once will not quench your thirst.
24. Little Moments – Brad Paisley
The song was written with Brad Paisley’s wife as the muse. It talks of the amusement the writer gets from the little things that his lover does. The song was ranked second on the US Hot Country Songs.
25. Love Story – Taylor Swift
This is the new age room and Juliet written by Taylor Swift with a happy ending. The song was the first to top the Billboard Mainstream Top 40 chart. The song also sold more than 88 million copies worldwide.
26. Making Memories of Us – Keith Urban
Making memories of us is a relentless romantic song that describes how the artist is going to keep their love alive. The song made the top of Billboard Hot Country Songs charts and maintained that position for 5 weeks.
27. Nobody but You – Blake Shelton
The song is an honest representation of the love between the co-writers, Blake and Gwen Stefani. The song is romantic and has gained a nomination for American Music Award for Favorite Country Song.
28. Remember When – Alan Jackson
Remember when a truthful melody of Alan Jackson is reflective on his love life from his teens to old age. In the track, Alan expresses his thoughts on how he and his wife will sit back and remember everything when they are grey and old.
29. Rockin’ Years – Dolly Parton and Ricky Van Shelton
Rockin’ Years is a mid-tempo country waltz written by Floyd Parton and performed as a duet by Dolly Parton and Ricky Van Shelton. The song is a promise of love from years to the rocking years. The song topped the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart, in 1991.
30. She’s Everything – Brad Paisley
She’s Everything is one of the four Brad’s songs that is 2-times platinum-certified. The song was written by Brad’s wife as the muse.
31. Tennessee Whiskey – Chris Stapleton
The song was first written by David Allan Coe in 1981 and later re-done by George Jones. The version done by Chris Stapleton is 6-times multiplatinum certified.
32. Tequila – Dan + Shay
This song is characterized by strong melodies and vocals. Tequila tells a nostalgic story of heartbreak and remorse. The song has been highly ranked on hot country charts and billboard country airplay.
33. The Keeper of The Stars – Tracy Byrd
The Keeper of The Stars is a tune written by Dickey Lee, Danny Mayo, and Karen Staley. The ballad is an expression of love with recognition of a higher being in charge of the existence of their love. The song has made entry to US Billboard hot 100, and US hot billboard country songs.
34. To Make You Feel My Love – Garth Brooks
The song was first recorded by Bob Dylan and Billy Joel. However, the cover done by Garth Brooks made the song unforgettable by earning the Grammy nominations in 1998. The song expresses genuine tenderness and vulnerability.
35. Together Again – Buck Owens
Together again is a classic ballad that croons of the artist’s pain before being together with his lover again. The guitar in the melody together with a few well-placed words makes a timeless piece.
36. Two Sparrows in a Hurricane – Tanya Tucker
Two Sparrows in a hurricane is a story on how love and respect can birth a bond that will get a couple through any hardships in life. The song narrates about a young couple from their teens to old age. The song ranked at number 2 in the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks in 1992.
37. We Got Love – Don Williams
This simple ballad croons of contentment and satisfaction in love. The song is characterized by a soft commanding voice and simple alluring lyrics that always bring back ‘that’ spark.
38. Why Don’t We Just Dance – Josh Turner
Josh brings out his strong vocals on simple lyrics creating a joyous melody. The song ranked first on US Hot Country Songs (Billboard) after its release and was the fourth of Turner’s songs to get Gold Certified by RIAA.
39. You Are Still the One – Shania Twain
You’re Still the One is a Grammy-winning song co-written by Shania Twain and Robert John “Mutt” Lange in 1997. The lyrics were inspired by Shania’s and Lange’s marriage at that time. In the 1998 Grammy awards, you’re still the one who won the best country song.
40. Your Man – Josh Turner
Your Man is one of the most sensual country songs. The song perfectly expresses desire and showcases one of the deepest and sultry county artists’ voices. The song was Turner’s first song to top the US Billboard Hot Country Songs charts.
41. Simple – Florida Georgia Line
The list of exemplary country love songs is endless. Simple is a bonus addition to the listing. The song expresses love as a simple idea.
I hope this list of best country love songs makes a valuable addition to your playlist!