19 Best Country Songs About Sisters

Country music is known for being highly relatable and often heartwarming and empowering, and these top country songs about sisters fall in line with these associations. All beautifully capture the essence of sisterly love, whether that's blood sisters or the sisters we choose.

1. Come Some Rainy Day by Wynonna Judd

Come Some Rainy Day by Wynonna Judd

Song Year: 1997

Come Some Rainy Day slowly, softly, and beautifully captures the essence of an undeniable and unbreakable bond beyond sisters.

The first several lines of this song are dedicated to Wyonna's younger sister Ashley Judd, adding a personal, poignant touch that listeners can feel in the soul and depth of Wyonna's vocals.

2. Sister by Mickey Guyton

Song Year: 2019

Sister is an empowering anthem that celebrates the notion that anyone can become your sister in times of need.

With its powerful vocals and cheerful country-pop sound, the song encourages unity between women and highlights the importance of uplifting each other instead of tearing each other down.

With imagery of late-night texts, karaoke nights, riding shotgun in the car, and more, it depicts true sisterhood.

3. Call Your Sister by Taylor Edwards

Song Year: 2021

A sentimental song by Taylor Edwards, Call Your Sister, depicts the emotions that arise when there's distance and time between sisters.

She sings to her little sister, reminding her that even though she doesn't live at home anymore, she's always available and is just a quick call away. She'll provide laughter, tears, support, and, of course, love – even from afar. 

4. Redneck Woman by Gretchen Wilson

Song Year: 2004

Many songs on this list are about blood-related sisters, but in Redneck Woman, Gretchen Wilson refers to every woman who understands her redneck, country lifestyle as a “sister,” as they can get each other just as family does.

This song celebrates the unapologetic spirit of strong, confident, independent, bare-footed or cowgirl boots-wearing, beer-drinking country women with a blend of country and rock sounds. It's fun to let loose and embrace your true self to this popular tune.

5. This One's For the Girls by Martina McBride

Song Year: 2003

This One's For the Girls is a heartwarming anthem in which Martina McBride celebrates the power of female support and long-lasting friendship.

It encapsulates the idea of friends being there for each other as they continue to grow up, similar to how familial sisters would as each other navigates the ups and downs of life.

6. There You'll Be by Faith Hill

There You'll Be by Faith Hill

Song Year: 2001

Faith Hill's There You'll Be is an exceptionally poignant and heartfelt ballad that speaks to the enduring presence of a loved one and the importance of that presence during times of significant life change.

With its tender lyrics and Hill's iconic vocals, the song is a comforting anthem, perfect for playing when your sister is going through a transformative period in her life, like a wedding, a big move, graduation, or even job interviews.

7. Oh Sister by Bob Dylan

Song Year: 2019

Oh, Sister by Bob Dylan has a smooth, soulful instrumental with the help of a melodic violin playing throughout.

It's an introspective song that speaks to the complexities of sibling relationships.

 The narrator wants their sister's love, but there seems to be something blocking their connection. 

Dylan's signature poetic lyrics and folk sound combine to explore the themes of love, understanding, connection, and forgiveness.

8. My Sister by Reba McEntire

Song Year: 2003

In “My Sister,” Reba McEntire sings a nostalgic song that feels like a realistic yet melodic voicemail to a sister, with tender lyrics and emotive vocals.

McEntire captures the idea of reflecting on the past and cherishing opportunities to create new stories and memories together with your sister. “My Sister” also speaks to the value of nurturing relationships with your siblings.

9. Highwomen by The Highwomen

Song Year: 2019

“Highwomen” is an empowering number that puts a modern spin on Jimmy Webb's “Highwayman.” It's a captivating blend of country, Americana, and folk sounds, showcasing the collective voices of the artists Brandi Carlile, Natalie Hemy, Amanda Shires, and Maren Morris.

This song conveys the themes of strength, resilience, and unity in womanhood, thus celebrating the spirit of sisterhood and solidarity and the importance of lifting each other up. 

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