The Cutest Country Love Songs

One of my favorite things about country music is all of the emotion behind almost every song you hear. It is difficult to listen to a song and not feel what the artist is singing about, which can be a bit of an emotional roller coaster at times. There is a country song for every emotion, and possibly every situation, that you could even imagine. I personally enjoy the happier tunes and what makes a person happier than a heart full of love for someone or something?! So, I have put together a short playlist of effective love songs that I believe can make a person feel ‘in love’ even if they do not have a significant other. If you are not feeling the love and thinking about a person after listening to these songs, I am willing to bet that you at least fall in love with the way each artist feels about their lovers.

  1. “Good Morning Beautiful” (2001) – Steve Holy

In this chart topping song, the narrator sings about how ever since his significant other came into his life, his days have brightened up. It is easy to see all of the love he has for his lover and would waking up and hearing this not be the sweetest thing ever? However, I am not the biggest fan of the music video.

  1. “She’s Everything” (2006) – Brad Paisley

Brad Paisley has a few really great love songs, but this one stands out the most to me. I think it is easily applicable to anyone’s relationship because he hits many different yet broad characteristics of the woman the song is for. My favorite line in the song is, “She’s a picture in my wallet and my unborn children’s mother.” What a special thing to say.

3. “A Woman Like You” (2011)– Lee Brice

Lee Brice really nailed it with this song. He managed to create a darn cute love story while keeping his masculinity, which makes it an enjoyable song for both partners in a relationship. This is arguably my favorite love song on this playlist because it isn’t super sappy like the other ones.

4. “I Cross My Heart” (1992) – George Strait

Strait sings about his “unconditional” love for his partner in this single. The song’s simplicity along with Strait’s dreamy voice makes it such a charming song. The song was written for the movie Pure Country, in which Strait was actually starred in. Plus, what would a playlist be without “the king of country music?”

5. “Deeper Than The Holler” (1988) – Randy Travis

This song has been one of my favorites ever since I was little. I love Travis’s voice and mix it with a song talking about how true his love is, well, I think it would be hard for anyone to not like it. I think of my dog, Delilah, when I hear “Deeper Than The Holler.”  It is also very catchy and will have you singing it in your head all day long!

Let me know what you think!


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6 Responses to The Cutest Country Love Songs

  1. Zane Gurwitz

    Brittany, I am right there with you on this type of country music. I think they are very heart warming and the singers really show off their voices during these songs. The stories are always very pleasant and really display what country music is about. I think my favorite one of all the ones you posted is “Good Morning Beautiful” and “Deeper Than The Holler”. However, I think one of my all time favorites is “Fall” by Clay Walker. If you have not heard this song I think you would really enjoy it. It talks about a man wants a woman to fall in love with him and he will take are of her.

    • Brittany Fietsam

      Zane, I am very familiar with and absolutely love “Fall” by Clay Walker! I really feel like that one should have been on my playlist and I’m sad I didn’t think about it before!

  2. Although I love Brad Paisley, I have never understood what people like so much about “She’s Everything.” It’s catchy, but I prefer “Waitin’ on a Woman,” “Then,” and even “If Love Were a Plane.” Maybe it’s just a right time / right place sort of thing. Thanks for sharing this playlist, though — I’m looking forward to listening to the other songs you mentioned!

  3. Makayla Markey

    Personally my favorite from your playlist is “A Woman Like You” by Lee Brice. I am definitely not a fan of gushy love songs, so I enjoyed the sarcasm he used to get his message of love across. One of my all time favorites that fall under the love song category would have to be “Remember When” by Alan Jackson. It is a slower song but surprisingly I truly love it. For me love songs are always either a hit or miss. Sometimes they can be a bit too much, but when I hear one that is sincere and a good story I tend to like it.

  4. Dena Lipper

    Thank you so much for sharing this playlist. I have to say you completely blew me away with this selection, especially the George Strait song. I have never heard it before, but I can promise you that that will not be my last time listening to it. I have also never seen the movie that it came from, but I may have to add that to my list of things to watch this winter break. Lee Brice’s “A Woman Like You” is definitely a close second to “I Cross My Heart.” I am always one for sappy love songs, but this one is so catchy and such a powerful love song that it doesn’t need to be sappy, and that is something that is not easy to accomplish.

  5. Alina Monzon

    Finally someone posted something about country love songs. I definitely agree about being able to listen to love songs even when you do not have that special someone in your life. Even when I have a terrible day, I can listen to them and it seems like nothing is wrong with me. I like your list especially “She’s Everything”. I have to agree with Dusty about “Then” being better. I have personally always liked that one better but both work. Apparently, they are both popular songs to play at weddings. One of my other favorite love songs would have to be “Amazed” by Lonestar. Yeah, it is an older song, but I love it. There are a lot more that are more recent that are just as good.

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