If you’re a fan of water in any of its forms: oceans, rivers, lakes, raindrops etc, then I’ve got some great music for you. Below are the best country songs about water ever.
Sometimes relationships don’t last. Other times, they just need some breathing room before you realize you could’ve made them work. Some will get that second chance, while others won’t. In this article, we’ll explore the best country songs about second chances in love.
Country is a genre with plenty of sad songs, from Allison Krauss’s Whiskey Lullaby to Alan Jackson’s Here in the Real World. Although depression can be difficult, it certainly makes fodder for good music. These are some popular country songs about depression.
There are many popular songs about drowning, but they’re not all about drowning in water. Some are about drowning in love or hate, and even drowning in the good or bad times. This article will examine the best songs about drowning ever.
In 1944, iconic musicians such as Bing Crosby, Ella Fitzgerald, Judy Garland, and The Mills Brothers graced us with their enchanting voices and timeless melodies. Want to hear their hits? Well, here are the best songs from 1944.
In this blog post, we’ll take you on a nostalgic journey through the best songs from 1938. Look out for renowned performers like Ella Fitzgerald, Artie Shaw, Bing Crosby, and many more.
Having a baby is one of the most life-changing journeys people embark on. You go from being responsible only for yourself to having a tiny person rely on you for everything. If you want to see how others have handled it, look no further than musicians. Here’s the best country songs about having a baby.
Failure is an inevitable part of life, so it’s no wonder it’s a common theme in music. From struggling to find your place in the world, to being unable to find love, here are the best songs about failure ever.
Country music is well-loved for its relatable storytelling about the simple, fun things in life. And who doesn’t love a fun story about the beach? If you’re going on a vacation soon, add these top country songs about the beach to your playlist, and prepare for some summer fun!
Rivers are one of the most common motifs in country music. Some songs incorporate rivers talking about a real location, while others use it metaphorically. Check out our list of the best country songs about rivers you should consider adding to your next playlist.
For many, feeling inadequate is an all-too-familiar struggle that can be found in various aspects of life, such as love, relationships, and personal growth. Below is a compelling list of country songs about not being good enough that give voice to these feelings while offering solace at the same time.
Today, we’ve curated a collection of deeply moving, sad trance songs that capture heartbreak and vulnerability. From iconic tracks by Aly & Fila to compositions by Armin van Buuren, these tunes are perfect for moments of zoned-out introspection or dancing the pain away.
The year 1942 saw the release of some all-time classic music in various genres. Whether you’re after some songs you remember or you just have an interest in the year, here is a list of the best songs from 1942.
1941 was a year when music served as an escape and gave people hope during a challenging era. Plenty of swing, jazz, ballads, and blues were produced that year to uplift spirits while reflecting society’s joys, sorrows, and aspirations. Below are the best songs from 1941.
Summer and country music go hand in hand, like warm nights and cold drinks, igniting memories of toes buried in the sand, open windows on winding roads, and sun-soaked fun with family and friends. As we kick off this beautiful season, let’s dive into 13 of the best country songs about summer that will make…