I found an Internet site that listed "The Top Ten Best Country Songs of All Time". Can you guess what is on the top of the list? I will let you wonder for awhile, because I am going to start at the bottom.
#10. - "Before He Cheats" by Carrie Underwood.
For some reason, I don't recognize this song, but like I said, I am more into Bluegrass.
#9 - "Crazy" by Patsy Cline.
I do remember that one and also I thought it was a great song and very well done by Patsy.
#8 - "Friends In Low Places" by Garth Brooks.
Yes, that was a good song but I was never much of a Garth Brooks fan.
#7 - "Where I Come From" by Alan Jackson.
That was a good song but I liked some of his other ones as much if not better.
#6 - "I will Always Love You" by Dolly Parton.
That one and Jolene were two of many great songs that she did.
#5 - "Ring of Fire" by Johnny Cash.
He made so many great hits that I would be hard pressed to say which one I would say is the best.
#4 - "A Country Boy Can Survive" by Hank Williams, Jr.
I liked the line where he spit tobacco juice in the bad guy's eye.
#3 - "Song of the South" by Alabama.
Another group that had many great hits, but this one was one of the best.
#2 - "Love Story" by Taylor Swift.
Don't believe I remember this song nor do I remember Taylor Swift. Must have been popular after I completely switched to bluegrass. My satellite radio is stuck on the bluegrass station.
#1 - "He Stopped Loving Her Today" by George Jones.
George had an unique voice that you immediately, when heard, knew it was George. And I also thought his wife, Tammy Wynette, had a great voice. Here is a picture of Tammy:
Saw her in person. Such an unique voice!! Loved to listen to here and her most famous song, "Stand by Your Man". Now, did you guess the number one song? I bet you all have songs running through your heads by now, right? I have. Now, you all have a great day, you hear?