In 2006, Josh Turner earned his second number one single entitled “Would You Go With Me.” It peaked at number one spot on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart on October 14, 2006. Today marks its 12th year. It spent at two weeks and a total of twenty-nine weeks number one on the said chart.
Moreover, Josh Turner placed four number one singles on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. His first to the top was “Your Man” that charted on March 11, 2006. Then, it was followed by the song mentioned above. “Why Don’t We Just Dance” became his third which topped on February 20, 2010. So far, his last to top the chart was “All Over Me” which was charted on October 23, 2010.
Would You Go With Me…
“Would You Go With Me” is a song that defines love with no boundaries and limits. It was patched with a jivey tune and melody. Admittedly, this song can suit your mood. Let Josh Turner take you down the streets of fire while holding each other’s hands. Indeed, he will bring you anywhere to have the bliss of a lifetime.
The song was Josh Turner’s second No.1 single after “Your Man.” From October 14 to October 21, 2006, “Would You Go With Me” became No.1 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. Furthermore, Shawn Camp and John Scott Sherrill wrote the words and lyrics of “Would You Go With Me.” The song was released in 2006 under his album “Your Man.”
Josh Turner enrolled in Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee to pursue his musical career. After a long wait, he got his debut when he performed at the Grand Ole Opry. He released “Long Black Train.” However, it didn’t top the country charts, but it became his trademark song.
Finally, in 2006, after years of creating songs, Josh Turner placed his first number one single on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. The song is called “Your Man.” Additionally, the single was certified Gold by RIAA, and it was documented to sell over 1,307,000 in the United States.
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