These are the top 50 good country songs. This collection will make for a knee slapping good time the next time you’re in for a long drive or hanging out in the backyard with some buddies.
Turn these up loud and have a good time. It’s the top 50 good country songs.
50) One Way Ticket (Because I Can) – LeAnn Rimes
This track has remained one of Rimes’ most popular hits. One Way Ticket continually finds its way to radio playlists. The tune is catchy and fun to sing along with. Everybody must get a good feeling when they hear it come on the radio. There might be nothing better than wanting to throw everything away that’s in the past and set out west with a one way ticket to a new life. Throw it all away and start a new life. LeAnn Rimes will cash that ticket with you.
49) Lookin’ For A Good Time – Lady Antebellum
Lady Antebellum was only on their second single when they released the free spirited tune Lookin’ For A Good Time. The song marked the legitimate success of the country band that sounded different from anything else on radio. Country has long had a history of songs about one night stands and having a good time while living for today. Lady A updated the appeal of the lifestyle and the result was this top 15 hit in 2008. It’s a catchy tune that gets stuck in your head and has you smiling no matter what you’re doing. It also makes for a good pickup line if you’re so inclined.
48) A Matter Of Time – Jason Sellers
Most of you may not recognize this track but it made it into the 30s on the charts back in 1999 and 2000. A Matter Of Time was as single released by the ultra talented singer and songwriter Jason Sellers. The track is about falling in love and it’s super catchy and fun to sing along with. While you may not recognize Jason as a singer you’ll surely recognize some of the songs he’s written: Some People Change, I Still Miss You, You Can’t Hide Beautiful, and more. Sometimes great songs get hidden back on the edge of the charts even if they deserve recognition. That’s why A Matter Of Time is found here.
47) My Town – Montgomery Gentry
Montgomery Gentry has had some big country hits. They’re two good ‘ol boys born and raised with country in their veins. These guys are the real deal. They like drinking liquor, hunting, and partying. Back in 2002 the guys released one of their most popular songs – My Town. The song is about the guys’ hometowns, but the lyrics keep things vague enough that everybody listening to the track can take ownership of their own hometowns. Country fans are proud of where they come from and they support their hometown colors every chance they get. Songs like My Town make you proud to sing out and cheer for the hometown team while remembering those good times.
46) Brand New Man – Brooks & Dunn
Brooks & Dunn burst out onto the scene in 1991 and from their first single they made it clear to the country world that they were on a mission to change the direction of country music. The song was Brand New Man and from the opening lyrics you could tell that these guys meant business. The song kicks into high gear with the guys belting out the notes to a tune about turning over a new leaf for the love of a woman. The guys went on to have one of the biggest careers in country music history. Brand New Man remains one of their most played and requested song.
45) Nothin’ To Lose – Josh Gracin
Josh Gracin came from the talent-laced show American Idol, but he proved everybody that there was mass appeal for country singers. Josh quickly found success in his preferred genre after he released his debut album in 2004. The second track from the set was Nothin’ To Lose and it was a rocking 2 minute track that left listeners needing to take a breath. The song moves through the lyrics with a nonstop approach and boy are they fun to sing along with. The tune is about letting go of your worries and taking the plunge. It doesn’t matter what you’re actually plunging into but it can be anything with the potential to make your life better. Go on. You’ve got nothin’ to lose.
44) Jukebox Junkie – Ken Mellons
Ken Mellons is one of those one hit wonders that pops up every once and a while in country. His big hit was the 1994’s Jukebox Junkie. His voice sounds familiar but you won’t recognize it was Toby Keith or Mark Chesnutt. This is all Ken Mellons and his voice is pure honky tonk. The song is about spending money on the jukebox all for the love of good country music. Since that’s exactly what this collection of country songs was all about I felt like I needed to include it right here.
43) Six Pack Summer – Phil Vassar
Uh-oh, it’s favorite country performer Phil Vassar showing up on the list with his great country song Six Pack Summer. Starting in 1999 this former songwriter was able to turn in some big hits of his own. In 2001 he released the summer song Six Pack Summer and fans were loving it. The song is catchy and includes some great images like playing the drums on the dashboard of the car to the beat of your favorite country song. This track itself is truly a song that makes you think about the good things in your life. So kick back and tap right along to this tune.
42) Islands In the Stream – Dolly Parton & Kenny Rogers
Dolly Parton and Kenny Rogers got together in 1983 for a powerhouse country and pop duet. The song was Islands In The Stream and it took America by storm. Fans of all genres loved it and sent the song to the top spot on the country and pop charts. Written by the BeeGees Islands In The Stream put together catchy pop melodies and together with the country vocals of Rogers and Parton it made for a great country song. The tune is one of country’s best duets as well as being regarded as one of country’s biggest songs of all time. Simply a great country song.
41) Heartland – George Strait
The movie Pure Country came out in 1992 and it became a successful country music movie as well as spawning a great soundtrack with big hits from star George Strait. The track Heartland kicked things off and set the tone for the movie and the soundtrack. The rousing tune is about the country in America and how amazing and awe-inspiring it all is. The song remains popular nearly 20 years after first hitting radio. Fans can’t get enough of good country songs like this one. Fans are even treated to George Strait’s son Bubba on the track as he does his best impression of his dad. An overall great track and true good country song.
40) Callin’ Baton Rouge – Garth Brooks
Garth Brooks has had multiple great country tracks. His songs will go down as some of the best and most unique songs of all time in any genre. Garth could put emotion, passion, and some rock and country behind his songs. One such tune was Callin’ Baton Rouge. The roaring fiddle in the beginning and Garth’s blazing vocals rip through this song in short order and fans are left trying to catch up as they attempt to sing along to every lyric of the catchy tune. This is one of my personal favorites and every time I hear it I need to crank that volume dial up just a bit more and sing along.
39) Rain Is A Good Thing – Luke Bryan
Luke Bryan was a rising country star when he released Rain Is A Good Thing in 2010. The song went on to establish Luke as a true country star. The song climbed to the top of the charts over the summer. Fans couldn’t get enough of this fun track that made having fun in the rain a great pastime. It’s truly special when you can turn what is seemingly a bad situation into something fun and enjoyable. That’s just what this good ‘ol country boy from Georgia did with this song and that’s why you’ll find him on the list of good country songs.
38) That Ain’t My Truck – Rhett Akins
Ok so I lied about all the songs on the countdown being ones that will make you feel good. That’ Ain’t My Truck by Rhett Akins is not a feel good song but it’s so damn catchy I had to include on the list. The chorus is one of the most memorable in country history and since its release in the ’90s this song has remained popular on radio. While Rhett career never really got off to the superstar recognition the talent deserved he’s remained a popular songwriter in Nashville while staying active with his own music. Rhett continues writing great country songs while poking around on favorite hunting shows.
37) Heads Carolina, Tails California – Jo Dee Messina
Jo Dee Messina’s career got off to a hot start when Heads Carolina, Tails California shot to #2 on the charts in 1996. The song was everywhere that year and remains a favorite on radio 15 years later. The tune is about giving up on the current things in life and flipping a coin and hitting the road in search of a better life. We all have part of us that want to do this exact same things. Leave it all behind and take the ones you love and hit the road for something better. What’s holding you back? As Jo Dee sang there is nothing to lose and there’s somewhere greener and somewhere warmer. Let’s go.
36) Wild One – Faith Hill
Faith Hill came out on the country scene all the way back in 1993. The young blonde southern girl with good looks and loads of vocal ability shot to stardom on her very first single. Wild One went all the way to #1 that year and Faith kept the hits coming throughout the ’90s and ’00s. Wild One remains one of her most popular tracks. It’s a story of a little girl with big dreams and high hopes that takes her dad’s advice to heart. Live life to the fullest and best sure to let your wild spirit fly to new heights. There is nothing to hold the wild one in all of us down.
35) She’s In Love With The Boy – Trisha Yearwood
In 1991 Trisha Yearwood found success with her very first single She’s In Love With The Boy. The story of a wild guy with a rough edge and a thing for a sweet All American girl connected with country fans. Trisha’s powerful voice ripped through the song as people sang along throughout the country. The song held a special place in the hearts of those real life Romeo and Juliet love stories that fell in love despite whatever doubts their parents may have had about the relationship. Sometimes you gotta do what you know is best and take nobody’s advice especially when it comes to love.
34) Any Man of Mine – Shania Twain
Shania Twain’s first number one record in the US was 1995’s Any Man of Mine. Shania bared her entire stomach for the photo shoot and every country fans went nuts. It was such a controversy but seems so ridiculous today that everybody got all up in arms over it. Shania remains a talented artist and her catalog of hits is proof enough that she’s one of country’s all time greats. Any Man of Mine has attitude and even guys get caught singing along to the catchy melody. It’s a good country song and one that will be around for many years for new generations to discover.
33) Lover, Lover – Jerrod Niemann
It’s amazing that this track is about leaving a woman. At first you think the song should have a feeling of loneliness and despair, but if the situation is not right then why not rejoice that you’re getting out? That’s exactly how Jerrod Niemann thought when he turned this pop tune into a country smash hit in 2010. Lover, Lover became a super country favorite over the summer and fall months and Jerrod became an unlikely country star. The song is impossibly infectious and will likely remain popular on country radio for many years to come.
32) Playboys of the Southwestern World – Blake Shelton
The song only reached number 24 on the charts, but it was a truly unique song. Playboys of the Southwestern World is a story told by the great and funny Blake Shelton. The song is about two friends – one smart and the other fearless. The two go through life on the edge of trouble and the law. They terrorize their college dorm room during the week and shoot off to Mexico on the weekend. The guys get into some trouble and need to do their best to get out. It’s a classic tale of best friends getting into trouble and creating some stories worth telling. It’s one of those good country songs that simply brings a smile to your face.
31) All My Rowdy Friends Are Coming Over Tonight – Hank Williams Jr.
In 1984 Hank Williams Jr. released the top ten hit All My Rowdy Friends Are Coming Over Tonight. The track was the follow up to his hit three years earlier All My Rowdy Friends (Have Settled Down). The Coming Over Tonight seems to be the more popular of the two especially after the melody was used on the popular Monday Night Football intro for multiple decades. Hank is still cranking out the tune each Monday night in the fall and fans can’t get enough. It’s a great song about having a good time with good friends and enjoying the fruits of all the hard work good country folks do every day. Thanks Hank.
30) Watermelon Crawl – Tracy Byrd
There is no reason to drive after you’ve had a few. You just gotta do the Watermelon Crawl. In the early and mid ’90s there was a throwback to the line dancing side of country. Tracy Byrd had his big hit with Watermelon Crawl. The song is super catchy and is still popular in honky tonks and clubs all over the country. The song is about partying out in the country at the summer fairs and festivals. Country folk like to get down and have a good time and doing the Watermelon Crawl is all part of the fun.
29) Down On The Farm – Tim McGraw
Tim McGraw followed up his smash #1 hit Don’t Take The Girl with another smash hit Down On The Farm. The song is rocking and all about having a good country time. There are great images in the song. There are farmer’s daughters, beet fields, Jeeps, and all the rest of life’s good things that make living enjoyable. Folks really know how to party down on a farm and there really is no better place to be than a farm field on a Friday night after the local football game gets over. Good times. Good cheer. And plenty of lifelong memories.
28) We Danced Anyway – Deana Carter
Deana Carter raced to the top of the country world with her debut single Strawberry Wine in late 1996. As the year turned into 1997 she was able to see her second single We Danced Anyway do exactly the same. The song was co-written by Matraca Berg who had also written Strawberry Wine. Danced became another instant hit for country’s girl next door. The song had a feeling of letting go of all life’s cares and simply enjoying life with someone you love. It’s the ultimate dance as if know one is looking song. It’s fun. It’s catchy and it’s a good country song.
27) Live Until I Die – Clay Walker
After his debut single went #1 on the charts, Clay Walker set right out to repeat the feat with his second tune Live Until I Die. Walker wrote the song himself and the tune became the ultimate anthem for living life to the fullest for as long as you can. Sometimes we all get caught up in trying to make more money while putting in more hours and not sitting back to enjoy life. Walker had is right when he said it might be best to simply live until we die.
26) All Summer Long – Kid Rock
Over the summer of 2008 rocker Kid Rock had an unlikely top five country hit with the mashed up tune All Summer Long. Borrowing from Sweet Home Alabama and Werewolves in London, Rock created a song about the memories most of us have of summer love, partying with friends, and just having a good time before all the worry and work set in. The best part of the song is the catchy melody and the story of a boy turning into a man. Even if the song isn’t 100% original it’s a good country song that put a smile on the faces of many fans.
25) Don’t Think I Can’t Love You – Jake Owen
Jake Owen’s career to this point has been interesting. He’s found success with a handful of singles. It’s taken those singles longer than usual to climb the charts, but Jake has built a strong following of fans that love everything he’s doing. In 2008 Jake released what is his biggest song to date Don’t Think I Can’t Love You. The track is groovy, fun and sexy. The song is about all the material things that may come with a relationship but in the end there is only the love and that’s the only thing that matters. It’s a catchy song with a great melody that makes you smile.
24) On A Good Night – Wade Hayes
Wade Hayes followed up his strong debut album with the lead track to his second set. The song was On A Good Night and it was all about partying and having a good time in the country. Wade’s voice was pure country and he sang songs for the good country women and guys in the audience. On A Good Night has a fun groove and makes you want to start kicking your boots on the barn floor while enjoying a good party with friends.
23) Too Much Fun – Daryle Singletary
It wasn’t his highest charting single, but Too Much Fun is the most remembered Daryle Singletary song. The tune asks the question “How can you have too much fun? Too much fun? Not possible.” It’s a great line isn’t it? How is it possible to enjoy life too much? The song has a great melody that is fun to sing along with on a Friday night when you’re out driving around with friends and looking for a good time. This song is the ultimate anthem for weekends of hanging out and having a good time with life.
22) Old Enough To Know Better – Wade Hayes
In 1994, Wade Hayes could have been just another young country guy with a hat, but his debut single turned out to be great and it shot all the way to the top of the charts. Old Enough To Know Better is a fun song about knowing you’re old enough to probably shy away from having all the fun you do when you’re young, but the beauty of it is you’re still too young to care what others think. I don’t know if some of us every grow out of the stage of wanting to head out and have a good time with good friends. You know you’re probably too old to do those things, but by goodness you’re still too young to care.
21) Sounds So Good – Ashton Shepherd
In 2008 Ashton Shepherd released her second single Sounds So Good. The song became her second single to nearly reach the top twenty on the country charts. Ashton may have only been just 21 when her first music was released but everybody she worked with on her debut album thought she had a world of talent. She’s from Alabama and her down home roots come through in her voice. She’s got one of the best country voices in the business today and when she sings about ice in the cooler slushing around and good country music on the radio there is reason to turn it up.
20) It’s Five O’Clock Somewhere – Alan Jackson and Jimmy Buffett
In 2003, Alan Jackson released his second collection of greatest hits. To lead off that set he released the new single and duet with Jimmy Buffett It’s Five O’Clock Somewhere. The song shot to the top spot on the charts and stayed there for numerous weeks. The song had an island flair and had that extra unique factor with the addition of the island man himself Jimmy Buffett. The track worked as the ultimate summer song with good times, good friends, and good drinks as the hallmark. The song was a huge smash and rejuvenated not only Jackson’s career but Buffett’s as well.
19) Beer For My Horses – Toby Keith and Willie Nelson
Also released in 2003 Beer For My Horses made the award ceremonies a tough decision when it came time to pick vocal event. It’s Five O’Clock Somewhere ended up winning most of the awards but Beer For My Horses is a great song and spent tons of weeks at the top spot. The Toby Keith song is about fighting crime in an old west kind of fashion. The video for the song was classic and the addition of great Willie Nelson made the song all the much better. The song even spawned a movie for Keith as he expanded his depth as an artist.
18) One Piece At A Time – Johnny Cash
In 1976 Johnny Cash had an unlikely number one hit with the song One Piece At a Time. It had been quite a while since Cash had been to the top of the charts at the time. His career seemed to be not in a decline but in a sort of sideways direction. This song would go on to become one of his classic hits. The song is about a hard working guy that puts in tons of hours on the assembly line at a big car factory. He decides he wants one of those cars that keep rolling off the lot and he sneaks parts out over the years and finally is able to put his beauty together. The car was one of a kind and so is this great country song.
17) Dukes of Hazzard Theme (Good ‘Ol Boys) – Waylon Jennings
The song is barely two minutes long but it leaves you wanting more each time you hear it. Dukes of Hazzard Theme introduced the world to the Dukes of Hazzard TV show in the late ’70s and early ’80s. The theme song was sung by show narrator Waylon Jennings. Fans loved both the show and the song and both have remained popular 30 years after they first came out. The song was actually one of the first songs to sell 1 million ringtones. Quite a feat for an old time good country tune.
16) The One I Loved Back Then (The Corvette Song) – George Jones
George Jones successfully resurrected his career in the ’80s after sinking down deep into addiction in the late ’70s. During the rise back to prominence he released the song The One I Loved Back Then (The Corvette Song). The tune is a catchy little tongue-in-cheek song about a guy, his corvette, and his beautiful woman. A guy at a local pit stop proclaims his love for what the guy has. Only at the end of the song do listeners get to realize the attendant meant that he loved the brunette and not the Corvette. A great country song.
15) One More Last Chance – Vince Gill
Speaking of the great George Jones, Vince Gills gave a nod to the country great in his tune One More Last Chance. In the song about having a good time and begging for forgiveness instead of asking for permission Vince mentions that his woman takes his car keys but forgets about his old John Deere. The lyrics is a tip of the hat to Jones who became infamous for riding his mower to get booze more than once. Vince was well known for his romantic ballads, but he also had a few upbeat songs that were pure country and this was one of the best.
14) Dixieland Delight – Alabama
Quartet Alabama ruled the ’80s in country music. The band rocked the stage and ruled the airwaves with just about every single they released going all the way to the top. In 1983 one of those top songs was Dixieland Delight. The song has it all: country feel, great story, great sentiment, and a unique melody that has everyone singing along by the time the song is over. What really sets this song apart is that it really picks up the tempo by the end and has just about all country fans jumping around and tapping their boots to the beat. A great country song about the simple love for a woman. Nothing is better.
13) ‘Ol Red – Blake Shelton
Blake Shelton shot to number one and stayed there for six weeks with his debut single. His second song peaked at #18 and his third single – ‘Ol Red – peaked at #14, but ‘Ol Red left a lasting impact that overpowers its peak chart position. The song is about a prisoner that befriends the prison warden’s dog and uses the dog’s love for another pretty little coon tick hound to work his way out of the prison walls. It’s a unique country tune that reaches down to the edginess of America. A great country song.
12) Roll With It – Easton Corbin
Easton Corbin achieved a rare feat in country music when his first two singles reached the number one spot on the charts. The second of those tracks was the catchy summer tune Roll With It. The song slowly climbed the charts over the summer of 2010 and finally reached the top spot in October. It’s a fun little tune that highlights the fun things you can do with your best gal or guy. Grab the keys and head out somewhere. Pick up a pigskin at the gas station and enjoy the afternoon. This song makes you want to enjoy life and roll with it.
11) Wild One – Faith Hill
Faith Hill’s first single became an instant country classic. Wild One was released in 1993, but it remained a hit long after its initial run. Wild One has an upbeat melody and Faith belts out the story of a young girl that wants to be everything in her dreams. We all know those little wild kids that have eyes wide open with wonder at everything in life. Those are the kids that make life fun and enjoyable. Here’s to those dreamer kids.
10) Summertime Blues – Alan Jackson
Alan Jackson knows how to have a bit of fun in the summertime. He released the classic Summertime Blues and the song became a summer classic about enjoying life in the sun each summer. Alan covered the classic Eddie Cochran song and added his own classic twang and traditional sound. This song is the anthem for those that just want to get off work in the summertime and head out to enjoy life on the lake, on the town, or even in the backyard at home with friends. There is so much more to life than work especially during the hot summer months where enjoying a cool beverage is much better than working inside in a factory or an office.
9) Something Like That – Tim McGraw
Over the summer of 1999 Tim McGraw saw his single Something Like That dominate the charts as a fan favorite tune. Most country fans know the lyric from the song barbecue stain on my white t-shirt. It’s classic country summer right there. It’s a great image about the little things that can happen when you’re just a guy trying to get the attention of a pretty girl. The song was a big hit for Tim and continued his rise to legendary country star status. Tim dominated the late ’90s and ’00s in country and he doesn’t seem to be slowing down. He’s had many good country songs and Something Like That remains a fan favorite.
8) Don’t Happen Twice – Kenny Chesney
Tim’s buddy Kenny Chesney hadn’t quite reached his superstar status when he released the good country song Don’t Happen Twice in 2001. The song became another #1 hit for Chesney and marked the first stage of his career as the biggest single from his first greatest hits set. The song sees Kenny looking back on the good times of being a young guy experiencing the fun things in life like sharing a bottle of wine with a pretty girl and sipping from Dixie cups. The song is great, unique and one of the best country songs of all time. The tune marked the end of Kenny’s early career as his next album really shot him to another level as a country rock star.
7) The Shake – Neal McCoy
Neal McCoy was one of the biggest stars of the ’90s in country music. He had hit after hit for a few years and even won Entertainer of the Year in 1998. In 1997 Neal had a top five hit with the song The Shake. The song is an ode to all the women out there that know how to shake their bodies in ways that drive men wild. There is just something about a beautiful woman sharing her body that makes all men go crazy and do foolish things. Neal is still going strong today out on the road. He has a string of popular places he plays and The Shake is still one of his biggest hits when he play it for the fans. There are plenty of shakers in the stands when the tune comes on. A great country song.
6) Dust On The Bottle – David Lee Murphy
In 1995 David Lee Murphy released the number one song Dust On The Bottle. The tune is a classic country foot stomping track that gets your blood pumping. The track is kind of rock and a lot of country. The song is about a guy that’s taking out a gal on a date and he gets a little special wine to make the night special. David Lee Murphy is one of country’s best songwriters. This song is all unique and catchy as hell. Since his days as a star performer he’s been making a good living writing songs for other stars like Jason Aldean and Kenny Chesney. Not a bad gig for a guy that still gets recognized for the huge hit he had 15 years ago with Dust On The Bottle.
5) Meet In The Middle – Diamond Rio
Country fans most certainly recognize Meet In The Middle when it comes on the radio. The debut song for Diamond Rio was released in 1991 and it remains such a big hit even today. The song has a great guitar riff, a great vocal, and a so many hooks and melodies it’s impossible not to like this song. The tune is about a guy and a gal meeting in the middle on various issues in their life and always working it out with compromise. The song is one of those classic tunes just about everybody knows and sings along with when they hear it. It’s a great country song with staying power and that’s why it belongs on everybody’s good country song playlist.
4) Hillbilly Bone – Blake Shelton and Trace Adkins
Blake Shelton and Trace Adkins got together in 2008 and 2009 for one rocking hillbilly anthem. The song was Hillbilly Bone and it told the story of a guy from the city that realizes he’s got a little hillbilly in him. The song is pure country fun and there was no two better people to put together for this track than Blake and Trace. Shelton has one of the most…let’s call it unique personalities in country music. He’s a joker that isn’t shy about hiding his humor. Trace is a softy with a big voice that loves singing crazy songs (see: Honky Tonk Badonkadonk). The song shot to the top of the charts and became just a good old country tune. It should be a fan favorite for many years. When two great country stars get together and have fun on a track this is what happens.
3) What’s It To You – Clay Walker
A career in country music can’t get off to a much better start than with a debut single going all the way to #1 on the charts. That’s exactly what happened in 1993 for artist Clay Walker. Now, it takes quite a bit of talent, hard work, and luck just to break out as a new artist. It’s difficult to gain attention when nobody’s every heard of you so for a debut song to go #1 you can imagine the song has to be a great one. What’s It To You was the song that did it for Clay Walker. The tune is super catchy. The melody of the music is infectious and has you tapping your feet and singing along from the first note. It’s a simple love song with a great unique sound that remains popular today making it one of the best country songs of all time.
2) Life’s A Dance – John Michael Montgomery
In late 1992, a guy with a big hat and the biggest dimples in country music history released his debut single Life’s a Dance. John Michael Montgomery burst onto the scene with the uptempo song about life and loving a good woman. The song may have been a shameless play off the classic Garth Brooks song but Life’s a Dance is stands strong on its own as a great country song. The tune is full of fun, catchy lyrics and melodies that gets the whole crowd smiling. Nearly twenty years after it was first released the song is still popular among new country fans and I’m sure this one will remain a hit for many more years.
1) Vidalia – Sammy Kershaw
It doesn’t get any better than Vidalia from Sammy Kershaw. The song is clever, fun, and well executed by one of country’s greatest voices. Sammy had a great run of hits in the ’90s and while he struggled a bit off the stage he always proves himself to be one of the best with a microphone. Vidalia is about a girl that makes poor Sammy cry like those old Vidalia onions. The song has passed generations of country fans now and it still remains just as popular as when it was first released. The song is just so damn catchy you can’t help but smile and sing along when it’s playing. This is truly the top song of the good country song list. A true classic.