Hopefully you find a new favorite here on this list.Listen up high school boys- you may think that what you share between you and your girl is the strongest love on the planet, but you better not forget about her daddy who has been there all her life.When a country artist has a daughter of their own, it inspires them to write some of the sweetest music that the world has ever heard.
You're not going to spend 20 minutes picking a song, or worse, making a last-second playlist. You're going to hit play on your phone (already synched to the bluetooth, please), and let these 20 songs set the mood of the room. We'd say good luck, but you're not going to need it with this playlist. Conor Oberst's duet with Emmylou Harris is one of the most striking dirges he's ever released, an unfurling ballad with a snowballing intensity that demands a moment of silence at the end of it.
Additionally, we also chose five songs from before the time period that have also continued to unite lovers for years. 1996 -- "More Than You'll Ever Know," Travis Tritt Known for his southern rock bad boy side, Tritt toned things down for this light-hearted love song that made quite a bit of impact with couples in 1996, peaking at No.
From Tim Mc Graw and Faith Hill to Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood—and back to pairs such as Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn and, of course, Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash—many of country’s biggest artists (some of whom were and are actually married) have sung the most romantic songs in the genre.
In making the selections for this week, we admit that it would be easy to include a lot of Tim Mc Graw, Alan Jackson, George Strait, and so forth.
So we decided to pick one song from the past 20 years, with each artist only appearing once.