11 Of The Greatest Love Songs In Country Music History

"Kiss An Angel Good Mornin'," Charley Pride

Released in 1971, this cheerful song remains one of the best love songs in country music, resonating with audiences across generations.

"Hello Darlin," Conway Twitty

A timeless classic from Conway Twitty, "Hello Darlin'" is a favorite among audiences and was added to the Grammy Hall of Fame in 1999.

"When You Say Nothing At All," Keith Whitley

Originally released in 1988, this song, covered by Alison Krauss, captures the essence of a classic country love song and became a chart-topper.

"It's Your Love," Tim McGraw & Faith Hill

The real-life love story between Tim McGraw and Faith Hill adds authenticity to this 1997 hit, showcasing their chemistry both on and off stage.

"I Cross My Heart," George Strait

Featured in the film "Pure Country," this iconic track by George Strait remains a favorite among fans since its release in 1992.

"Ring of Fire," Johnny Cash

Johnny Cash's rendition of "Ring of Fire," written by June Carter, became a #1 hit in 1963 and reflects the deep love between Cash and Carter.

"I Will Always Love You," Dolly Parton

Dolly Parton's legendary song, written during a time of professional transition, remains one of the most iconic love songs in country music history.

"You're Still The One," Shania Twain

Co-written by Shania Twain, this 1998 hit topped the charts and continues to be a popular choice at weddings and anniversary celebrations.

"Forever and Ever Amen," Randy Travis

Randy Travis's 1987 classic promises enduring love and earned critical acclaim, including a Grammy Award and CMA Award for Song of the Year.

"Love Can Build A Bridge," The Judds

Written by Naomi Judd during a challenging time, this song is a powerful reminder of the strength of love and unity.

"Butterflies," Kacey Musgraves

From her album "Golden Hour," this 2018 hit by Kacey Musgraves captures the joy and excitement of falling in love.