27 Best Country Songs About New Relationships

“Butterflies” by Kacey Musgraves

Year: 2018

“Butterflies” by Kacey Musgraves is one of the country songs about new relationships that touch the soul. She makes the metaphor of how she felt like a caterpillar with no evolution from her chrysalis until she met this new significant other that brought out the best in her.

Hence, she now feels the quintessential emotion many individuals experience when they are entering new relationships: the butterflies in their stomachs.

“Whole Lot In Love (On the Road)” by Austin Burke

Year: 2017

It’s natural to feel nervous in confessing the love you feel to someone, especially for the song narrator in Austin Burke’s “Whole Lot In Love (On the Road)”. This is the first time the narrator has felt emotions like this because he is scared about how this love confession will go. However, he takes the leap of faith to do it anyway.

“I Love You This Big” by Scotty McCreery

Year: 2011

In “I Love You This Big”, Scotty McCreery sings about a story of a young man who is not afraid to show how much he is in love with his woman. Sure, young people may need more time to know what true love is. However, this gentleman feels confident in his emotions.

Hence, he is bold and emotionally strong enough to show how much he loves his woman with loving words and the biggest hugs.

“The Feels” by Maren Morris

Year: 2019

The Feels is about a female wanting to be more than friends with a male she has a crush on. She hints at her feelings for him in subtle ways, hoping he will notice and reciprocate. She admits she is nervous and shy about making the first move, but she can’t deny the attraction she has for him.

She asks him if he feels the same way about her, and if he wants to take their relationship to the next level. She suggests they should act on their emotions and see where it leads them. She confesses she has all the feelings for him and wants to be his girl.

“The Feels” by Maren Morris

“Yours” by Russell Dickerson

Year: 2017

The male narrator in “Yours” by Russell Dickerson first felt lost in his life. He felt like there was a missing piece that he could not find. Then, when he starts dating his current girlfriend, he realizes that this missing piece fell into place.

He makes melodies about how he felt like a ship in a bottle that could not go to sea or old shoes that navigated busy streets with no set journey. Despite this loneliness, he is glad to have found a woman willing to spend the rest of his life with him.

“The Feels” by Maren Morris

Year: 2019

Maren Morris sings about the romantic emotions that a female is feeling towards her male significant other. The two have a commonly understood love where words aren’t needed to show how they feel.

They can communicate their emotions with their eyes and other body language cues. She doesn’t need the romantic cliche of a candlelit dinner and only desires the physical attention of her lover.

“Your Woman” by Hannah Ellis

Year: 2019

Hannah Ellis talks about a girl who is bold, rowdy, and confident in being this man’s woman. She’s not afraid to show who she is, and it seems her man does not mind her attitude. The female narrator likes to live life on the edge and she loves to invite her man for the ride.

“This Kiss” by Faith Hill

Year: 1998

You may remember Faith Hill’s “This Kiss” in cinematic productions and playing inside grocery stores as you shop. The female narrator reflects on how she wants an easy romantic relationship without complications and heartbreak.

She reminisces on a kiss she shared with her significant other and how it made her feel. Now, she thinks about what it’d feel like to kiss him in different locations and feel the same bliss.

“Catch” by Brett Young

Year: 2018

“Catch” starts with a man trying to have fun at a party with friends. When a female sits down and they chat together, he is now interested in learning about her. This was a fun, yet unexpected turn of events in how he expected the party to go.

“Good, Bad, and Ugly” by Runaway June

Year: 2019

The man in “Good, Bad, and Ugly” is trying to help his woman get ready for the day. She wakes up with a morning hairdo and old makeup from the prior night. However, he compliments her beauty anyway as he brings her coffee. She loves the fact that he still wants to love her on her good and bad days.

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