January 10

100 Old Classic Country Songs from Willie, Waylon, Loretta + More!

We’ve all got our favorite country songs that take us back to a simpler time. Whether it’s the nostalgic lyrics or the twangy guitars, there’s something about country music that hits differently. And while new artists are making their mark on the genre every day, there’s nothing quite like a classic old country song.

From Willie Nelson to Dolly Parton to Loretta Lynn and Waylon Jennings, these artists made country music what it is today. We’ve compiled a full tracklist of 100 old classic country songs for you to enjoy. So crank up the speakers, pour yourself a glass of sweet tea, and get ready for a true blast from the past.

  1. Jerry Reed – East Bound and Down
  2. Ray Price – For the Good Times
  3. Bobbie Gentry – Ode To Billie Joe
  4. Bobby Bare – Marie Laveau
  5. Dolly Parton – Coat of Many Colors
  6. David Allan Coe – You Never Even Called Me by My Name
  7. Kris Kristofferson – Me and Bobby McGee
  8. John Denver – Take Me Home, Country Roads
  9. Charley Pride – Is Anybody Goin’ to San Antone?
  10. The Bellamy Brothers – Old Hippie
  11. Shenandoah – Sunday In the South
  12. C.W. McCall – Convoy
  13. Ernest Tubb – Walking The Floor Over You
  14. The Bellamy Brothers – Let Your Love Flow
  15. Jessi Colter – Why You Been Gone so Long
  16. Ernest Tubb – Waltz Across Texas
  17. Lefty Frizzell – Saginaw, Michigan
  18. Mac Davis – Stop and Smell The Roses
  19. Hank Williams & Drifting Cowboys – Jambalaya (On the Bayou)
  20. The Statler Brothers – Hello Mary Lou
  21. Emmylou Harris – Two More Bottles of Wine
  22. Eddie Rabbitt – I Love a Rainy Night
  23. Red Foley – Chattanoogie Shoe Shine Boy
  24. Johnny Horton – The Battle of New Orleans
  25. Larry Gatlin & The Gatlin Brothers – All the Gold In California
  26. Lee Greenwood – God Bless The U.S.A
  27. Buck Owens – My Heart Skips A Beat
  28. Conway Twitty – Hello Darlin’
  29. Ray Stevens – Misty
  30. Marty Robbins – Big Iron
  31. Merle Haggard – Okie From Muskogee
  32. Jimmy Dean – Big Bad John
  33. Guy Clark – New Cut Road
  34. Alan Jackson – Chattahoochee
  35. Dwight Yoakam – Fast As You
  36. John Michael Montgomery – Sold (The Grundy County Auction Incident)
  37. Don Williams – Tulsa Time
  38. George Strait – Check Yes or No
  39. Townes Van Zandt – Poncho & Lefty
  40. Tompall & The Glaser Brothers – Lovin’ Her Was Easier
  41. John Anderson – I’m Just an Old Chunk of Coal (But I’m Gonna Be a Diamond)
  42. Don Williams – It Must Be Love
  43. David Allan Coe – Longhaired Redneck
  44. Crystal Gayle – Don’t It Make My Brown Eyes Blue
  45. Lacy J. Dalton – 16th Avenue
  46. Jerry Reed – She Got the Goldmine (I Got The Shaft)
  47. Terry Allen – Amarillo Highway (for Dave Hickey)
  48. Jerry Jeff Walker – Pissin’ In the Wind
  49. The Oak Ridge Boys – Leaving Louisiana In Broad Daylight
  50. Johnny Paycheck – Take This Job and Shove It
  51. Billy Joe Shaver – Old Five and Dimers Like Me
  52. Lynn Anderson – Rose Garden
  53. Nitty Gritty Dirt Band – Fishin’ in the Dark
  54. Roger Miller – King Of The Road
  55. The Carter Family – Can the Circle Be Unbroken
  56. Vince Gill – Go Rest High On That Mountain
  57. Ronnie Milsap – I wouldn’t Have Missed It For The World
  58. Kenny Rogers – The Gambler
  59. Toby Keith – I Should’ve Been A Cowboy
  60. Dolly Parton & Kenny Rogers – Islands In the Stream
  61. Johnny Cash – I Walk The Line
  62. George Jones – Tennessee Whiskey
  63. Little Jimmy Dikens – May the Bird of Paradise Fly Up Your Nose
  64. Emmylou Harris – Boulder to Birmingham
  65. Hank Williams Jr – A Country Boy Can Survive
  66. Jesse Winchester – The Brand New Tennessee Waltz
  67. David Lee Murphy – Dust On The Bottle
  68. Porter Wagoner & Dolly Parton – The Last Thing On My Mind
  69. The Highwaymen – American Remains
  70. Linda Martell – Color Him Father
  71. Gram Parsons – Love Hurts
  72. Kitty Wells – It Wasn’t God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels
  73. Jeannie C. Riley – Harper Valley P.T.A
  74. Ricky Skaggs – Highway 40 Blues
  75. The Charlie Daniels Band – Long Haired Country Boy
  76. Glen Campbell – Wichita Lineman
  77. Rosanne Cash – Tennessee Flat Top Box
  78. Eddy Arnold – Cowpoke
  79. Connie Smith – If It Ain’t Love (Let’s Leave It Alone)
  80. Charlie Rich – The Most Beautiful Girl
  81. Billie Jo Spears – ’57 Chevrolet
  82. Porter Wagoner – The Carroll Country Accident
  83. Stonewall Jackson – Waterloo
  84. Johnny Cash & June Carter Cash – Jackson
  85. Dave Dudley – Six Days On The Road
  86. The Highwaymen – Highwayman
  87. Tammy Wynette – Stand By Your Man
  88. Alabama – I’m in a Hurry (And Don’t Know Why)
  89. Tanya Tucker – Delta Dawn
  90. Webb Pierce – There Stands The Glass
  91. Tom T. Hall – That’s How I Got To Memphis
  92. Merle Haggard – Mama Tried
  93. Mark Chesnutt – Bubba Shot The Jukebox
  94. Buck Owens – Act Naturally
  95. Conway Twitty & Loretta Lynn – Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man
  96. Kinky Friedman – Sold American
  97. George Strait – Amarillo By Morning
  98. Henson Cargill – Skip A Rope
  99. Waylon Jennings – Luckenbach, Texas (Back to the Basics of Love)
  100. Waylon Jennings & Willie Nelson – Mammas Don’t Let Your Babies Grow up to Be Cowboys

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Dolly Parton, Willie Nelson


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