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The Top 40 Country Songs For November 2023 That You Need To Check Out

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You will find many country stars who ruled the 2023 CMA Awards winners and nominees here, such as Zach Bryan, Morgan Wallen, Jelly Roll, Bailey Zimmerman, and Chris Stapleton, who are still leading the top 40 country songs for November 2023.

Bryan, who earns New Artist of the Year, leads the pack with his collaboration with Kacey Musgraves. Musgraves has also officially been crowned CMA Female Vocalist of the Year for the first time.

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Luke Combs followed behind with “Fast Car,” which also took home Song of the Year and Single of the Year. 

RELATED: The Top Country Music Chart of 2023

Well, you’ll find so much more in this list. Keep scrolling below to find the top 40 Country Songs for November 2023.

1. I Remember Everything by Zach Bryan, Featuring Kacey Musgraves

Zach Bryan’s duet with Kacey Musgraves launched at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 following its release from Bryan’s self-titled LP. The nostalgic summer lost-love track finds Bryan and Musgraves reminiscing memories of a relationship from tragically different perspectives. Bryan’s signature painstakingly simple yet poetic lyricism is evident in the song “I Remember Everything”.

2. Fast Car by Luke Combs

Luke Combs’ version of “Fast Car” continues to soar high. When it won Song of The Year at the 2023 Country Music Association awards held last November 9, 2023, it made singer-songwriter Tracy Chapman the first Black songwriter to win the award. Combs also took home Single of The Year award for the song.

3. Last Night by Morgan Wallen

Morgan Wallen tells the story of relationship challenges in “Last Night,” sharing his conversation with his partner after drinking the night before. Even with problems, he wants her love and works hard to keep their relationship strong.

4. Thinkin’ Bout Me by Morgan Wallen

Here’s another song from Morgan Wallen’s One Thing at a Time album – which boasts 36 tracks and, amazingly, with over half of it making it to the Billboard Hot 100. 

Meanwhile, “Thinkin’ Bout Me” quickly resonates with many listeners due to its catchy melody and relatable lyrics. It narrates Wallen’s ex dating someone new. However, Wallen believes he’s still holding feelings for him.

5. Need a Favor by Jelly Roll

Nashville-native country singer and songwriter Jelly Roll has gained considerable popularity in today’s music scene. His acoustic-driven song “Need a Favor,” featured on his award-winning 2023 album “Whitsitt Chapel,”  has contributed to his rising success.

The song finds Jelly Roll looking out to a higher power during a difficult time in his life.  

6. Save Me by Jelly Roll with Lainey Wilson

Here’s another song by Jelly Roll, this time featuring Lainey Wilson. 

The song comes with a familiar theme within Jelly Roll’s catalog: he pleads for someone to save him as he believes he’s already a lost cause. Wilson joined in to give some hope. 

7. Religiously by Bailey Zimmerman 

Here’s Bailey Zimmerman’s “Religiously,” where he explores the darker aspects of love. The country singer passionately expresses deep emotions, grieving over the mistakes that caused the heartbreaking loss of the one person who had unwavering faith in him.

8. White Horse by Chris Stapleton

Here, we have another standout track from Chris Stapleton’s impressive catalog. 

In the song, Stapleton warns his girl that he still can’t give her the picture-perfect love story she wants as he needs some time to unlock his heart. 

9. Wild Ones by Jessie Murph & Jelly Roll

Jelly Roll collaborated with Jessie Murph for “Wild Ones,” which fans in both camps welcomed with wide arms open. The song quickly entered Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart, peaking at No. 8. 

10. Try That In A Small Town by Jason Aldean

Jason Aldean’s song, which became the subject of widespread controversy following its release, still ranks atop. “Try That In A Small Town” reached No. 1 on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart and Billboard Hot 100. 

11. Pretty Little Poison by Warren Zeiders

Now, we have the title track from Warren Zeiders’ debut album. This powerful ballad explores a toxic relationship that Zeiders is involved in despite its dangers. 

The song vividly portrays a woman with a mesmerizing yet dangerous appeal, likened to a potent poison. Despite knowing he should stay away, Zeiders finds himself irresistibly drawn to her.

12. Watermelon Moonshine by Lainey Wilson

Lainey Wilson’s song “Watermelon Moonshine” has resonated with country music fans, giving them smiles and nostalgia about past loves. Similar to the drink it’s named after, the song creates a heartwarming feeling, making listeners reminisce about their younger years and feel good.

13. Everything I Love by Morgan Wallen

Here, Morgan Wallen finds himself in another heartbreak ballad where he sings about sharing his favorite places and activities with her lover. Sadly, she suddenly left, disappearing like a gust of wind, leaving him heartbroken and shattering the things he cherished.

14. Can’t Have Mine by Dylan Scott

This heartfelt country song, the second single from his Livin’ My Best Life album, finds Dylan Scott reflecting on the delightful blessings he’s found in his wife, Blair Robinson. The two actually started dating during their sophomore year in their hometown of Bastrop, Louisiana.

15. God Gave Me A Girl by Russell Dickerson

This lovey-dovey track is not your ordinary love song. It’s actually autobiographical – Russell Dickerson’s own story of “the love that he almost lost.” It’s no surprise the song resonated with a wide range of audiences.

Here are some of the tracks for a complete, delightful experience of the top 40 country songs for November 2023.

  1. “Rich Men North of Richmond by Oliver Anthony Music
  2. Truck Bed by HARDY
  3. Stars Like Confetti by Dustin Lynch
  4. Hey Driver by Zach Bryan, Featuring The War and Treaty
  5. World On Fire by Nate Smith
  6. Burn It Down by Parker McCollum
  7. The Painter by Cody Johnson
  8. Standing Room Only by Tim McGraw
  9. But I Got A Beer In My Mind by Luke Bryan
  10. Save Me The Trouble by Dan + Shay
  11. We Don’t Fight Anymore by Carly Pearce Featuring Chris Stapleton
  12. In Your Love by Tyler Childers
  13. Sarah’s Place by Zach Bryan, Featuring Noah Kahan
  14. 23 by Chayce Beckham
  15. Tourniquet by Zach Bryan
  16. Different ‘Round Here by Riley Green Featuring Luke Combs
  17. To Be A Man by Dax & Darius Rucker
  18. I Can Feel It by Kane Brown
  19. Heartbroken by Diplo, Jessie Murph & Polo G
  20. Coal by Dylan Gossett
  21. Spotless by Zach Bryan, Featuring The Lumineers
  22. Mind On You by George Birge
  23. We Got History by Mitchell Tenpenny
  24. East Side of Sorrow by Zach Bryan
  25. We Ride by Bryan Martin

So, how do you find the top 40 country songs chart for November 2023? Let us know what you think.

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