19 Best Country Songs About Young Love

When you’re young and in love, you feel devoted, excited, and passionate. Country musicians have often gone through the same, and have captured that feeling in their art. Here are the best country songs about young love.

1. “Young Love” by Kip Moore

“Young Love” by Kip Moore

Song Year: 2013

This song is about young lovers who sneak out of their parent’s homes and drive around listening to the radio. They get caught when the singer’s truck breaks down, and her dad finds out she’s with her boyfriend, not her friend, as she told him. But they still love singing along to the radio together, so they don’t let their parents ruin their love.

2. “Young Love (Strong Love)” by The Judds

Song Year: 1989

The Judds sing about a young girl talking to her friends, playing it cool when she spots a cute boy. He’s interested in her, too, and they keep running into each other, so he asks her out. They fell in love instantly, got married, and had children together. While so many young love stories end in heartbreak, this one is an inspiration.

3. “She’s in Love With the Boy” by Trisha Yearwood

Song Year: 1991

Trisha Yearwood sings this song about a girl named Katie who’s completely in love with her boyfriend, Tommy. No one in her family likes him, but she wants to run away with him and get married. Tommy gives Katie his high school ring, upsetting her dad because he thinks that she’s too good for him. However, Katie’s mom intervenes with wisdom at the last minute.

4. “Wanted” by Hunter Hayes

“Wanted” by Hunter Hayes

Song Year: 2012

Hunter Hayes is a young country star singing about first loves in “Wanted.” The lyrics address how much he feels wrapped up in his young love, wanting nothing more than to kiss her and hold her hand because that makes him feel wanted.

5. “Forever and Ever, Amen” by Randy Travis

Song Year: 1987

This song is about a young man trying to convince a girl that he’s good enough for her. He has a reputation for being wild, but he falls for her and wants to be with her forever. He knows that her brown hair will turn gray, but he knows he’ll stay in love with her no matter what happens in their lives.

6. “Strawberry Wine” by Deana Carter

Song Year: 1996

Deana Carter sings about young love in this song. The girl meets a boy who pays for college by working on his grandfather’s farm. She wants to go to college but doesn’t, so she gets caught up in his love and how they drink strawberry wine even though she’s just 17. By the time she turned 30, she knew that love comes and goes, but she still remembers her first love.

7. “Check Yes or No” by George Strait

Song Year: 1995

George Strait sings a song about his true love, who he met back in third grade. They kissed and chased each other and passed notes, ending with the famous concept of checking yes or no if you like the other person. Though they were so young, their love was true, and they got married. Their love is still fun and playful, and they still write yes or no notes.

8. “Love Story” by Taylor Swift

Song Year: 2008

Taylor Swift sings about youth in “Love Story,” which starts when her father won’t let her date the boy she’s interested in. She sneaks out to be with him, and they wish they could escape their family constraints, but they never get a chance to be alone. However, the boy manages to convince her dad that he truly loves her and proposes to prove his love.

9. “I Swear” by John Michael Montgomery

“I Swear” by John Michael Montgomery

Song Year: 1993

This romantic song is about a young girl who isn’t sure how much the boy really loves her. The singer swears that he’ll love her forever, even when her hair turns silver. He’ll be the shadow by her side for their relationship, living by their wedding vows and never leaving her alone. He tells her that he’ll be just as loyal as the moon and the stars.

10. “Little Moments” by Brad Paisley

Song Year: 2003

Brad Paisley sings about the little moments that make you know a young love can last forever. He remembers all the cute things his love has done, like saying a bad word or burning his birthday cake. He’s not mad about anything that happened because they all add up to things he’ll always love about her, even as they get older.

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