Entering a new relationship is always an exciting time. From the nervous butterflies you feel in your stomach to feeling like you finally found the one for you, starting a new romance is always happy and thrilling. Here are the best country songs about new relationships.
“Your Man” by Josh Turner
Josh Turner sings about how much he loves his new woman in “Your Man”. He adores her so much that all he wants to do is cuddle with her in their dark bedroom with no other distractions. Turner addresses that he has thought about this cuddling session for the entire day.
More so, he has always desired the privilege to love this woman the way he is described in the lyrics. Now that he has that privilege, he cannot be more grateful.
“Love Story” by Taylor Swift
Swifties assemble! One of Taylor Swift’s most popular songs, “Love Story” paints a picture of two lovers falling for each other. She likens the love affair to the story of Romeo and Juliet, who were forbidden lovers in a Shakespearean play written in the late 1500s.
The female narrator in “Love Story” mentions the progression of their bond and how their families received it. The girl’s father first did not accept the boy courting his daughter. By the end of the song, the girl’s father is the one that purchased the female narrator’s wedding dress for the two to get married.
“Somebody Like You” by Keith Urban
The male narrator in Keith Urban’s “Somebody Like You” feels a change in the air because of the loving emotions he is feeling for his new girlfriend. He claims he has always wanted to love someone like this woman and is feeling lucky to have met and fallen for her.
Just by the way she respects and cares for him, he feels he can do anything he sets his mind to. He understands there are still weaknesses in his personality he must work to correct, but having her at his side is making him a better gentleman.
“Fancy Like” by Walker Hayes
The male narrator in Walker Hayes’ “Fancy Like” celebrates the simple joys of being in a new relationship with a down-to-earth woman. He claims he doesn’t need to impress her with expensive dates or fancy clothes because they have fun with whatever they do.
Whether they go to Applebee’s or Wendy’s or dance in the living room or the parking lot, they make every moment special and memorable. He admires her for being authentic and easygoing, and he feels proud to call her his girl. He knows they don’t need much to be happy because they are fancy like.
“From the Ground Up” by Dan and Shay
“From the Ground Up” is the first Dan and Shay country song about new relationships we will highlight for this list. They open the song with a story about the narrator’s grandparents who made a strong household for their family for about 65 years when married with children.
The male narrator is envisioning repeating history with his significant other. He wants to build on a strong foundation of love and respect that will transform into a lovely home. By the mention of a pink nursery, he is hoping to have a daughter that looks like his significant other.
“Better Together” by Luke Combs
Luke Combs makes comparisons of quintessential pairings at the beginning of “Better Together.” One of these examples is drinking a cup of coffee while watching the morning sunrise.
Despite the couple being opposites, the male narrator believes they are stronger as a pair. He loves driving her around as she enjoys her coffee during the car rides and engages in the fun laughs they share.
“If I Didn’t Love You” by Jason Aldean And Carrie Underwood
The male and female narrators in Jason Aldean and Carrie Underwood’s “If I Didn’t Love You” wonder how they would cope without each other. They claim they would be better off and happier if they didn’t love each other so much, but they know that’s not true.
They can’t imagine life without their partner, and they miss them every day. They try to move on and find someone new, but they can’t shake off the feelings they have. They admit they are still in love and can’t let go.
“You Make It Easy” by Jason Aldean
Aldean soulfully sings about how a man feels when finding a woman who understands him. While it was once hard for him to show his emotions, he feels he can open up more now because of how easy this woman makes it for him to let his guard down.
When he feels sad, she is there to pick him up. If he doubts himself, she encourages him through the trials and tribulations.
“Check Yes or No” by George Strait
George Strait talks about a young love between a male narrator and a girl in his elementary school class. His adoration sparks when she kisses him while riding the school bus.
Then, she passes a note to the boy in class one day asking if he loves her and if she could be friends. The boy never had a chance to check an affirmation or denial of the message to give back to her because the teacher intercepted the note.
However, fast forward to the present day, the boy and girl are now married adults with two children.
“Forever’s Gotta Start Somewhere” by Chad Brownlee
The narrator in Chad Brownlee’s “Forever’s Gotta Start Somewhere” highlights the different scenarios they may face when starting a new relationship. One of the scenarios is the man buying a woman a drink during a discount price day at the bar.
While the woman feels this is too cliche of a way to start talking to a man, he replies that everlasting bond beings with some kind of experience. Hence, no matter how two people meet, it takes only one special interaction to turn into entering a new relationship.