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Here Are The Top 40 Country Songs For October 2022 That You Need To Check Out

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For the top 40 country songs for October 2022, Morgan Wallen proves that he’s on top of the game as he kicked off this chart with his romantic ballad, along with two more entries. His fellow country superstars – Luke Combs, Cole Swindell, and Tyler Hubbard – then helped him round out the five best songs this month.

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Meanwhile, Bailey Zimmerman shows what he’s got what it takes to stand out from the rest, with three of his songs dominating the list. Kane Brown, on the other hand, made this month’s top 40 even more interesting with the song he collaborated with none other than his wife.

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Well, there’s actually so much more on this list. So, keep on scrolling below and check out for yourself if your brand-new favorite song made it.

1. You Proof by Morgan Wallen

Wallen is relishing a twenty-week run on the country charts with “You Proof.” The song that finds Wallen at the bar, looking for something strong enough to drink his sorrows away, truly proves Wallen’s fascinating capacity to pen himself a chart-topper.

2. The Kind of Love We Make by Luke Combs

Combs has delivered another hit! While his songs about mending a broken heart make the most impact, songs about how deeply he loves someone like the song “The Kind of Love We Make” are always welcome.

3. Wasted On You by Morgan Wallen

Many country fans truly relate to this slow-burning track, “Wasted on you,” as Wallen sings from the point of view of a man lamenting for the time, money, and all the other things he wasted on a relationship that ended up failing.

4. She Had Me At Heads Carolina by Cole Swindell

The song, inspired by the love of 90s country, truly has a groove that works in Swindell’s favor, making it his fastest single to date. 

5. 5 Foot 9 by Tyler Hubbard

This feel-good tune has everything fans love about Florida Georgia Line. It is a sunny, pop-inflected ballad that celebrates the good stuff in life.

6. Something In The Orange by Zach Bryan

Bryan definitely captured so much emotion as he sang this sad ballad about a doomed relationship and desperately missing his lover.

7. Rock And A Hard Place by Bailey Zimmerman

Zimmerman is definitely one of the most popular country artists at the moment. He’s building a strong fan base, and most importantly, he’s here to deliver another painful song about a relationship’s end.

8. Fall In Love by Bailey Zimmerman

Despite its title, the raw-voiced singer finds himself singing about his lost love in this song – which impacts many country fans and is simply fascinating. This is especially when Zimmerman showcased how his vocals work to set him apart from his peers.

9. Son Of A Sinner by Jelly Roll

The country-rock-leaning track is a gripping account of life after rock bottom, as Jelly Roll reflects on his edgy lifestyle – navigating the divide between right and wrong.

10. Thank God by Kane Brown with Katelyn Brown

Brown and his wife, Katelyn, are sharing their first-ever duet, and it is such a massive success. It opened at No. 1 on Country Digital Song Sales and debuted at No. 22 on Billboard Hot 100.

11. Whiskey On You by Nate Smith

This gritty, rock ‘n’ roll drinking song driven by thumping drums and a rock guitar line truly shows how talented and wide-ranging Smith is. It’s a breakup song to its core, with Smith resorting to whiskey to drown the memory of a broken relationship.

12. What My World Spins Around by Jordan Davis

Davis definitely has a knack for delivering the right song at the right time. The song is a perfect blend of a love ballad and nostalgia as Davis shares all the things he loves about his life.

13. Wishful Drinking by Ingrid Andress with Sam Hunt

While this sleek, R&B-flavored production is a song about a commonly overused topic, it is delivered with clever lyrical resourcefulness – prompting an engaging discussion about the wistfulness and regret of going back to an old love.

14. Don’t Come Lookin’ by Jackson Dean

This up-tempo ballad sings about getting away, going after your path, and enjoying the freedom of the road. “I think everyone’s wanted that kind of escape or freedom,” Dean said. “I figured it’d make a good song for anyone who’s ever been there.”

15. Half Of Me by Thomas Rhett Featuring Riley Green

Rhett teamed up with Green to deliver a rollicking duet – and we must say, it is undeniably catchy. No one can definitely beat Rhett when it comes to genre experimentation.

Here Are Other Songs To Complete The Top 40 Country Songs For September 2022

Here are some of the latest country hits to complete your listening experience. There are songs from new country artists that you would surely enjoy. Check it out below.

  1. Ghost Story by Carrie Underwood
  2. She Likes It by Russell Dickerson & Jake Scott
  3. Pick Me Up by Gabby Barret
  4. Wait In The Truck by HARDY Featuring Lainey Wilson 
  5. Country On by Luke Bryan
  6. Wild As Her by Corey Kent
  7. Soul by Lee Brice
  8. Thought You Should Know by Morgan Wallen
  9. Like I Love Country Music by Kane Brown
  10. Out In The Middle by Zac Brown Band
  11. Oklahoma Smoke Show by Zach Bryan
  12. Down Home by Jimmie Allen
  13. Where It Ends by Bailey Zimmerman
  14. Tennessee Orange by Megan Moroney
  15. Joy Of My Life by Chris Stapleton
  16. Heartfirst by Kelsea Ballerini
  17. Everything She Ain’t by Hailey Whitters
  18. What He Didn’t Do by Carly Pearce
  19. For What It’s Worth by BRELAND
  20. That’s What Tequila Does by Jason Aldean
  21. Handle On You by Parker McCollum
  22. Next Thing You Know by Jordan Davis
  23. Burn, Burn, Burn by Zach Bryan
  24. Cabo by Koe Wetzel
  25. Party Mode by Dustin Lynch

So, what do you think about these top 40 country songs for October 2022?