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Love IS What This Song’s About

http://youtu.be/g1CI-oXCrBITexas Music is often most noted for its rowdy barroom anthems and transcendent tales of good times.  Yet, it also has a sensitive side.  Something that may get lost in the mix from time to time, only to rocket to the forefront when it’s time to slowly scoot across the sawdust of a dancehall.  We asked several musicians, disc jockeys, booking agents, venue owners and other pertinent folks what their favorite love songs were and here are the top 10 most popular responses.

Agree?  Disagree? If your favorite wasn’t included let us know what it is in the comments section!

Enjoy…and Happy Valentine’s Day from Galleywinter!

1. Wade Bowen-“Who I Am”

2. Josh Grider-“Crazy Like You”

3. Brandon Rhyder-“Let The Good Times Roll”

4. Cory Morrow-“Always and Forever”

5. Randy Rogers Band- “One Woman”

6. Radney Foster-“I’m In”

7. Walt Wilkins-“Someone Somewhere Tonight”

8. Mike McClure-“Lucky Man”

9. Pat Green-“If I Had a Million”

10. Aaron Watson-“Next To Heaven”

8 Responses to “Love IS What This Song’s About”

  1. Those are some good ones. Brandon Rhyder’s “Let The Good Times Roll” is one of his best songs in my opinion.

    My favorite love song is “Don’t Hide Your Hand” by Seth Sethington. That is saying a lot seeing as how Seth Sethington sucks.


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  2. Sean McConnell- “reckless love” is my fave


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  3. My favorites are Who I Am and Love Must Follow You Around of the ones listed. I’m a big fan of The Best Part of Me by Zack Walther and First Date by Todd Fritsch.


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  4. McClure — Hotel Band
    RRB – One Woman
    Roger Creager – The Day You Went Away
    Matt Powell – everything I know to do
    Brandon Rhyder – it’s what I do
    Walt Wilkins – if it weren’t for you
    Bobby Duncan – that much
    Brandon Jenkins- feet don’t touch the ground


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  5. One Woman-RRB- The first dance, with my beautiful wife…


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  6. Josh Grider – Crazy Like You


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  7. If the world was mine! Seth James


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  8. Roses or High in Heaven – Six Market Blvd.


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