These 15 romantic country songs for your boyfriend proves that “when words fail, music speaks.” And we all know there is no better way to express your love than playing a dreamy song for your lover.
So check these songs below and show your soulmate just how much you adore him.
15. “When You Kiss Me” by Shania Twain
This is a great song to share when that special someone has a hold of your heart. The love this woman feels in the song puts an end to all her lonely nights and takes the world’s weight off her shoulders.
“When You Kiss Me” was Shania Twain’s fifth international single released from her 2002 album “Up!” Twain admitted on several occasions that this country ballad is her favorite from the album. And if you want to fall in love, even more, make sure to check out its music video, which was shot in the beautiful Takapuna, New Zealand.
14. “You Are” by Dolly Parton
When it comes to expressing your love to your man, no one could do it better than the Queen of Country. This is a simple song about being in love with romantic lyrics: “You are my inspiration, you are the song I sing/You are what makes me happy, you are my everything/You are my daily sunshine, you are my evening star.”
Isn’t it just the perfect song dedication for every boyfriend out there who gives their girls a reason to get up every day and make their girls’ day much better?
13. “I’ll Take Care of You” by Dixie Chicks
All couples run into relationship issues, who doesn’t? At some point in your relationship, you will go through the ups and downs, but whether your relationship is just starting or you’ve been together for years – at the end of the day, you’d just want to take care of your man.
Let your man know that whether there will be people who’ll talk about you, call you funny things, “I’ll be there, but you might not see me/It’s never easy to get through/ But when the laughter dies away/I’ll take care of you.”
12. “Butterflies” by Kacey Musgraves
Kacey Musgraves will give you and your boyfriend butterflies and take you to cloud nine with the unique crunchy sound of her voice.
Musgraves penned this one special track just weeks after getting to know her husband, Ruston Kelly. The country singer channeled that fluttery feeling right back into the song’s sweet lyrics. Now that her heart is ready to embrace romance ahead, she made sure even the sound of the song will mirror that uplifting spirit.
“Everything from the lyrics down to the production really represents this floaty, dreamy feeling that I got as soon as he came into my life,” Musgraves revealed. She definitely knows how it feels to be in love.
11. “When You Say Nothing At All” by Alison Krauss
Isn’t it amazing how someone can speak right to your heart without saying a word? Sometimes, when you’re in love, all his small gestures are enough to assure you, and “When You Say Nothing At All” delivered that message clearly.
This country classic was actually a hit song for three different musicians in the ’80s and ’90s. And Alison Krauss’ version peaked at No. 3 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles Chart. She even took home the CMA award for “Single of the Year” in 1995.
10. “Heartbeat” by Carrie Underwood
I’m sure you’d agree to what Carrie Underwood’s preaching in “Heartbeat,” especially when you’re already tired of all the demands of modern-day life. This honest and refreshing song is about a simple kind of love. In fact, Underwood said it is the most real love song she’s ever helped to write.
“I don’t do typically do very many love songs. But ‘Heartbeat,’ when we were writing it, there was something so real about it,” the country superstar said. “That’s definitely, in some ways, that’s me. It’s my story.”
9. “From This Moment” by Shania Twain
Let it be said; there are definitely so many romantic Shania Twain songs you could dedicate to your boyfriend. And “From This Moment” is just one of her most heart-warming songs ever.
Do you feel like your boyfriend is the reason you now believe in love? Is he the answer to your prayers from up above? If your dreams come true because of him, this is the perfect country song to dedicate to him. Let him know he’s the one, from this moment on.
8. “Could I Have This Dance” by Anne Murray
“Could I have this dance for the rest of my life? / Would you be my partner every night?” Isn’t this just the perfect words to let your special someone how much you want to spend the rest of your life with him?
“Could I Have This Dance” was a No. 1 hit in 1980, and it spent a total of ten weeks on the country chart.
7. “Have I Told You Lately That I Love You” by Hank Williams
Some of the best songs you can dedicate to your boyfriend were actually made decades ago, and I’m talking about Hank Williams’ “Have I Told You Lately That I Love You.”
This is the best song to let your man know that there’s no one else above him and how he “Fill my heart with gladness/Take away all my sadness/Ease my troubles, that’s what you do.”
6. “You Make It Easy” by Jason Aldean
When you’re with the right person, certain qualities shine through. They will accept you as you are, no questions asked. They quickly become your sunshine in your darkest days. You will just know that life is so much better with them than without them.
Because the person who’s right for you won’t be difficult to love, and the right kind of love feels easy. This is what the song is all about.
5. “Valentine” by Martina McBride
This heart-warming song of Martina McBride is very romantic. It’s about a woman who considers her man to be his Valentine all the time, no matter what.
Do you think this is you? Then let your boyfriend hear this song.
“Golden Hour,” Kacey Musgraves
If your man keeps you on your toes and never fails to amaze you, you might want to dedicate this song to him. This song will leave him feeling on top of the world.
With lyrics, “Baby, don’t you know? /That you’re my golden hour/ The color of my sky/You’ve set my world on fire/ And I know, I know everything’s gonna be alright,” it’s the best song declare your lasting love to your man.
4. “God Gave Me You” by Blake Shelton
Sometimes in your life, you’ll have to go through some heartaches that could you make a total mess, but if your man has stayed right beside you and watched as the storm goes through – he must be the man God gave you.
Blake Shelton’s “God Gave Me You” is the best way to express how grateful you are for your man for staying by your side during the days you’ve doubted yourself and when you thought you’d lost your way.
3. “I Cross My Heart” by George Strait
Let the King of Country make your man’s heart flutter with this heart-melting song. George Strait is known for several songs, but his 1992 release of “I Cross My Heart” stands out as one of the most memorable and treasured hits ever released by the country legend.
It’s the best song to let your man know how he makes your life complete and how you see him in the future and promise that you’d give all you’ve got to give.
2. “All This Time,” Reba McEntire
In this fast-moving world, where love is made and just thrown away, it is beautiful how two people were able to keep the promises they made. If this is what your relationship like, let Reba McEntire serenade your man and remind how you held on to each other through the years.
The song ended with, “But we’ve always kept the promises that we made/Who would of thought you and me/Would still be here where we said we would be,” and it’s just beautiful.
1. “I’ll Still Be Loving You” by Restless Heart
Of course, you’d want to be with the love of your life” ’till all the mountains are valleys, and every ocean is dry.” “I’ll Still Be Loving You” is a simple declaration of love that stands the test of time.
This gentle country ballad was released in January 1987 and became Restless Heart’s second No. 1 country single. It went to No. 1 on Hot Country Songs for one week and spent 25 weeks on the chart. It was also the first country song to have crossed over to the Billboard Hot 100.
Sometimes, simply saying “I love you” is just not enough. The only way to do so is through music. Hope this list helps you!
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