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  2. 🕺 The best pop songs of all time Top Country Songs of All Time Image: Columbia 1. ‘I Walk the Line’ by Johnny Cash Cash’s first No. 1 hit on the Billboard chart managed to keep itself on the radar...

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  3. “Amarillo by Morning” was written by Terry Stafford and Paul Fraser, and recorded by Stafford in 1973, but it’s George Strait’s 1983 version that Ranker voters love — so much so, it’s No. 4 on their list of the best classic country songs. It peaked at No. 4 on the Hot Country Songs chart for Strait and became one of his signature tracks.

    • He Stopped Loving Her Today - George Jones. I don't know if I'd put this as my #1 choice for best country song ever. It's top ten for sure. George Jones was the greatest country vocalist of all time, hands down.
    • Ring of Fire - Johnny Cash. I grew up on Johnny Cash, I'm from southeastern Oklahoma, I remember bein real young and sittin on my front porch and hearin 'Ring Of Fire' and repeating it daily..
    • Song of the South - Alabama. Alabama is the first band I ever listened to and I was 3 I'm now 16 that says a lot. And one more thing those of you that think Alabama is racist just because some of their songs you are a bunch of posers because you think the south is bad.
    • Hurt - Johnny Cash. I play guitar at a restaurant near where I live every Friday night. Thankfully I know how to play this song, because it's requested nearly every night.
  4. Feb 01, 2017 · 100. "Small Town Southern Man" -- by Alan Jackson -- Why It's So Good 99. "Take This Job and Shove it" -- by Johnny Paycheck -- Why It's So Good 98. "Highwayman" -- by The Highwaymen -- Why It's So...

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    • Brad Paisley, 'Welcome to the Future' (2009) Mainstream country's most prominent liberal ambitiously overloads this nearly six-minute single from 2009's American Saturday Night, explaining that he wanted "to serve up a little multigenerational truth with a strong sense of hope and possibility."
    • Harry Choates, 'Jole Blon' (1946) One of Bruce Springsteen's lesser-known influences is the late, hard-drinkin' Texas fiddle player Harry Choates. After playing for spare change as a teenager in the Thirties, Choates started making records by his early Twenties, and his aching 1946 reworking of the so-called "Cajun National Anthem" hit Number Four on the Billboard charts.
    • C.W. McCall, 'Convoy' (1975) This loving, jargon-filled novelty song took the insular world of trucker culture to the tops of both the country and pop charts in 1976.
    • Gretchen Wilson, 'Redneck Woman' (2004) Originally a collective of Nashville outcasts and outsiders known for their open-minded open mic night, the MuzikMafia went mainstream with the twin successes of Big & Rich's "Save a Horse (Ride a Cowboy)" and Gretchen Wilson's "Redneck Woman."
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