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35 Best Country Love Songs That Are Perfect For Heart’s Season

35 Best Country Love Songs of All Time

The season of love is again here to captivate everyone! Yet are you sure you are up and ready for date night? If not, we are here to help you set up the romantic candlelight dinner with your bae as you choose among these country love songs to play in the background.

1. “God Gave Me You” by Blake Shelton

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Initially recorded by Dave Barnes, “God Gave Me You” was covered by Blake Shelton, which he released in 2011. Because of the romantic lyrics of the song, along with the perfect yet soothing voice of Blake, the track is one of the sweet country love songs to play with your soulmate when you’re together.

2. “Thank God” by Kane and Katelyn Brown

Kane and Katelyn Brown’s “Thank God” duet talks about how they are thankful to God for their happiness in marriage. Also, the song speaks for your devotion and faithfulness to your significant other, making the song one of the most inspirational country love songs to listen to. Shower your lover with all the love when you hear this song.

3. “You Decorated My Life” by Kenny Rogers

One of the classic country love songs ever to grace your ears would be Kenny Rogers’s “You Decorated My Life.” Released in 1979, the song climbed to the top spot of the US and Canadian Country charts. Your lover’s heart will surely melt because of the lyrics it packs. The affection and adoration are felt instantly, even from the title alone.

4. “Remember When” by Alan Jackson

If you’re looking for a song that will help you remember and cherish the memories with your beloved, Alan Jackson’s “Remember When” is the perfect song. Released in October 2003, the music is one of the traditional country love songs that hit deeply when you never want to forget the precious moments you spent together.

5. “The House That Built Me” by Miranda Lambert

In Miranda Lambert’s “The House That Built Me,” released in 2009, your heart might melt because of the nostalgic and warming feeling of coming home to the place and people who molded you. In the song, a home is a place full of happy memories, even the sad ones, that you just cannot forget.

6. “Amazed” by Lonestar

One of the most soulful country love songs, Lonestar’s “Amazed,” is all about sincerity and your utmost love. The track rose to the top of the US Hot Country Songs and Hot 100 charts. Because of the song’s romantic message, it can also be one of the country love songs for weddings. You can already imagine your guests gushing at you!

7. “Lost In The Feeling” by Conway Twitty

Peaking at the 2nd spot on the US Hot Country Songs chart, Conway Twitty released “Lost In The Feeling” on May 1983. The song relishes the bliss of falling in love, complete with the stopping of time and your lover never leaving your head. You might want to think that the song seals the deal that, yes, you are in love.

8. “I Will Always Love You” by Dolly Parton


Written by Dolly Parton herself, “I Will Always Love You” was released in March 1974. Upon release, the song peaked at the top spot of the US Hot Country Songs chart. Though there is a much more modern feel to a cover by Whitney Houston, Dolly’s original version is still among the famous slow country love songs.

9. “The Way You Love Me” by Faith Hill

On Valentine’s Day of the year 2000, Faith Hill released “The Way You Love Me” and instantly became a worldwide hit. The upbeat song written by Michael Dutaney and Keith Follesé described how the narrator loved the way her man loved her. 

10. “The One” by Gary Allan

Gary Allan’s “The One” was released in January 2002. It was dubbed to be one of the most romantic country love songs because of his vocals and, of course, the song’s message. Gary’s track, written by Billy Lee and Karen Manno, is about a man waiting patiently for the love of his life to return to him.

11. “Young Love (Strong Love)” by The Judds

Written by Paul Kennerly and Kent Robbins, “Young Love (Strong Love)” by The Judds talks about the blooming relationship of a young couple. The song’s lyrics start with how they met. Eventually, they get married and start a family of their own. It might be a dream to meet someone and tell them they are the perfect one.

12. “Love is Alive” by The Judds

Topping the US and Canadian country charts, The Judds’s “Love Is Alive” is among the nostalgic country love songs because of its message. Love is meant to be expressed in different ways, and the music is the perfect one to play when reminiscing about precious moments and best times and being sweet with your loved one.

13. “I Need You” by Tim McGraw and Faith Hill

If you ever need epic country love songs to play on the radio while traveling with your lover, Tim McGraw and Faith Hill’s “I Need You” duet is perfect. The song’s message is conveyed in the title alone; the lovers describe how they need each other. 

The track was certified platinum by the RIAA for selling over a million copies.

14. “You Look So Good In Love” by George Strait

Diverting our attention to being in love, George Strait’s “You Look So Good In Love” may still talk about love, yet it is the kind of love that was not meant to be. The lyrics refer to a man being happy for his former lover even though he is not the reason for her happiness. 

15. “When You Say Nothing at All” by Keith Whitley

Perhaps if not one of the most famous, it is one of the modern country love songs to date because of the number of cover versions circulating the internet. Keith Whitley’s “When You Say Nothing At All” is perfect if you run out of words to say to your lover.

16. “Your Man” by Josh Turner

If you are one of the people who listen to funky country love songs, you will truly love Josh Turner’s “Your Man.” The song peaked at the top spot of the US country chart. Aside from its triple platinum certification from the RIAA, the song’s lyrics and, ultimately, Josh’s vocals set it apart from other love songs.

17. “She’s Everything” by Brad Paisley

Women, nowadays, are compared to almost everything, yet in Brad Paisely’s “She’s Everything,” it escalated to a whole new level. The man in the song compares her woman with the simplest things while adoring her at the same time. The lyrics make the song romantic and sweet enough to melt a woman’s heart.

18. “Forever and Ever, Amen” by Randy Travis

Awarded double platinum by the RIAA, Randy Travis’s “Forever and Ever, Amen” peaked at the top spot of the US and Canadian country charts. The idea behind the song spawned because of one of the songwriter’s sons said the exact phrase to his mother. The assurance of loving your significant other forever just gives the ultimate feel.

19. “You Had Me From Hello” by Kenny Chesney

It is not always love at first sight but also hello at first sight. Kenny Chesney’s “You Had Me From Hello” is an RIAA-certified platinum that tugs your heartstrings from the get-go. The lyrics describe how the woman instantly won over the man’s heart just by saying hello. Way to give your lover butterflies, right?

20. “To Make You Feel My Love” by Garth Brooks

Released in 1998, “To Make You Feel My Love” by Garth Brooks enumerates how the narrator would express his love for his lover. Indeed, there is nothing we cannot do when we love. We are even willing to sacrifice something to be with the one we truly love, even if it is only to make them happy and see them smile.

21. “How Do I Live” by Trisha Yearwood

In Trisha Yearwood’s “How Do I Live,” which surpassed a number of hit songs, the woman repeatedly asks about what will happen to her if her lover ever leaves her. The song is heartbreaking at one point because of the idea that everything is temporary in this life, including love.

22. “You’re Still The One” by Shania Twain

Bringing home two Grammy Awards for Best Female Country Vocal Performance and Best Country Song, Shania Twain’s “You’re Still The One” is one of the most famous female country love songs out there. The song’s catchy harmony and lyrics make it such a wonderful song to remember.

23. “You Make It Easy” by Jason Aldean

Released in January of 2018, “You Make It Easy” was written by Florida Georgia Line along with Jordan Schmidt and Morgan Wallen and recorded by Jason Aldean. The song is a sweet serenade to your lover, with lyrics containing the thought of adoration and complete fondness towards your significant other.

24. “Thinkin’ About You” by Trisha Yearwood

Instantly becoming a hit, Trisha Yearwood’s “Thinkin’ About You” was given due praise for her vocal ability. Not only were the vocals exceptional, but the overall feeling of romance between couples who are away from each other is what differs among upbeat country love songs. The song was released in January 1995 and was written by Bob Regan and Tom Shapiro.

25. “Suds in the Bucket” by Sara Evans

You know you are deeply in love when you are willing to drop everything and be with your love. “Suds in the Bucket” by Sara Evans contains this message because the woman in the song left her laundry to be with her man. Her sudden actions left her parents confused as to how an eighteen-year-old could easily decide on that.

26. “Would You Go With Me” by Josh Turner

Certified double platinum by the RIAA, Josh Turner’s “Would You Go With Me” is a song full of questions that you might want to ask your significant other. Although there is a sweet confession of love, proving, showing, and saying it back is vital in a relationship. The key is assurance, and every couple deserves that.

27. “I’ll Still Be Loving You” by Restless Heart

Written by Pat Bunch, Todd Cerney, Mary Ann Kennedy, and Pam Rose, Restless Heart’s “I’ll Still be Loving You” peaked at the number one spot of the US country charts because of its affectionate display of emotions. The song says that even though everything does not go according to plan, someone will still love you unconditionally.

28. “She’s In Love With The Boy” by Trisha Yearwood

Another chart-topping hit song of Trisha Yearwood, “She’s In Love With The Boy,” talks about how nothing can stop you from being in love. The lady’s father does not approve of the couple’s relationship at first, yet as the mother intervenes, they eventually realize that love indeed cannot be stopped.

29. “A Woman Like You” by Lee Brice

Lee Brice, in October 2011, released “A Woman Like You” and immediately became a hit after peaking at the top spot of the US country chart. The song mentions the activities of the narrator if ever he had not met his wife. Sure enough, he was the luckiest when he did meet his wife.

30. “Waitin’ On A Woman” by Brad Paisley

Landing on the top spot of both the US and Canadian country charts, “Waitin’ On A Woman” by Brad Paisley is a nod to the sweet gestures of a man as he realizes he will continue to wait for his wife even though she takes time to fix herself. Sweet? Indeed.

31. “Somebody Like You” by Keith Urban

In July 2002, Keith Urban released “Somebody Like You,” and it became such a hit that it was certified double platinum by the RIAA. The song gives the nod to the wholesomeness of forgiving and moving on, because the lyrics talk about how the narrator forgave and forgot his past and how ready he is to start a new love.

32. “I Run To You” by Lady Antebellum

We often stumble upon people every day, yet we choose who we lean and cry on whenever things get too harsh. Lady Antebellum’s “I Run To You” might relate to us a bit too much because of the thought that we always think of that one person, an important person, whom we can be our safe haven in rough times.

33. “My Favorite Memory” by Merle Haggard

Merle Haggard’s 25th number one song, “My Favorite Memory,” leave your lover with butterflies in their stomachs because of the song’s lyrics. Released in September 1981, it mentioned the different moments of the couple when they were together, yet the most favorite among them all was the person all along. 

34. “You Won’t Ever Be Lonely” by Andy Griggs

Though most people would say that promises are meant to be broken, Andy Griggs’s “You Won’t Ever Be Lonely” is such a powerful promise because of the sheer assurance it gives. The commitment of being there during the sad and happy times instantly makes you the luckiest person in the world because, in these times, that is rare to find.

35. “Greatest Love Story” by LANCO

Everyone says you will realize the importance of the thing or person when they are no longer around. LANCO’s “Greatest Love Story,” released in March 2017, embodies this lesson because the lyrics tell the story of how two lovers realized their need for each other when they separated. The lovers stayed together for good after their realization.

Enjoy the rest of the day with your loved ones as you play these romantic and famous country love songs!