Some of them, like Willie Nelson, have enjoyed wide appeal and long careers; others, like Patsy Cline, died young and left a small but lasting musical legacy.
To make it easier to find your favorite country love song, they're listed in alphabetical order:1) "A Woman in Love" by Ronnie Milsap from the album "Golden rings (golden ring) with one tiny little stone, waiting there (waiting there) for someone to take you home.
It's undeniable that the superstar's musical output has always contained a rather strong pop influence (to be fair, so has almost all mainstream country music over the past decade); and in her eight years in the spotlight, she's never tried to imitate the robust twang of, say, Waylon or Reba.
But to claim that Swift's catalog contains no legitimate country elements is to ignore many of her signature tracks, which evoke classic country in their instrumentation, themes and song structure.
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The restraint Whitney shows in the beginning of the song only makes it more powerful when she gets to the chorus.
Nothing gets us in the mood for Summer lovin' like a good country love song, and I've rounded up some of the hottest hits for a boot scootin' good time.
Spoiler alert: “Everytime We Touch” is definitely not in here. Starting out our list strong, Whitney Houston’s “I Will Always Love You” deserves top billing.
Anyone wanting to know what a love song is: this is it.
By itself (by itself) it's just a cold metallic thing.
Only love can make a golden wedding ring.""She was the one that I'd wanted for all times.
Whether it be Maren Morris (country’s “It” girl) or Eric Church singing so profoundly about the impact that music has in our lives, Chris Janson and Brett Eldredge turning in some of the best love songs of the past 12 months, or one of the top superstars of the past 20 years releasing some of his finest work -- here’s our look at some of the best country singles of 2016.“My Church,” Maren Morris They say traditional country music is dead, or at the very least an endangered species.