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“Country Music’s Past”, Some of The Best Song’s of the 80s and 90s.

Over the past several decades we have watched not only country music transform but also the industry itself. Today’s music is upbeat and catered towards the younger generation while the older music tends to talk about the struggles of life and the troubles of love. Though the artists influences’ are from the older generation, we can never quite forget the songs that made a mark on the country music charts and also the ones that left marks in the hearts of the listeners.  Here are some of the songs I believe were the best of the 80s and 90s. 

Best Song’s of the 80s: 

“Mountain Music”-Alabama (1982)

You Look So Good in Love“-George Strait (1984) george_strait_005-x600

“Does Fort Worth Ever Cross Your Mind”-George Strait (1985)

“Grandpa, Tell Me Bout The Good Ole Days”-The Judds (1986)

“I Told You So”-Randy Travis (1988)

The Bluest Eyes in Texas“-Restless Heart (1988)

“When You Say Nothing At All”-Keith Whitley (1988)

“If Tomorrow Never Comes”-Garth Brooks (1989)

Best Songs of the 90s: 

Brand New Man“-Brooks and Dunn (1991)

“Bubba Shot the Jukebox”-Mark Chesnutt (1992)

I Cross My Heart“-George Stait (1992)

“I Still Believe in You”-Vince Gill (1992)

The Heart Won’t Lie“-Reba and Vince Gill (1992)

brooks_and_dunn“God Bless Texas”-Little Texas (1993)

“John Deere Green”-Joe Diffie (1993)

“Don’t Take the Girl”-Tim McGraw (1994)

“Dust on The Bottle”-David Lee Murphy (1994)

“It’s Your Love”-Tim McGraw and Faith Hill (1994)

“I Can Love You Like That”-John Michael Montgomery (1995)

“Blue”- LeAnn Rimes (1996)

“Daddy’s Money”-Ricochet (1996)

“Living in a Moment”-Ty Herndon (1996)

“How Do I Live”-Trisha Yearwood (1997)

“A Little Past Little Rock”-Lee Ann Womack (1998)

“Dont Laugh at Me”-Mark Wills (1998)

“From This Moment On”-Shania Twain (1998)

Holes in the Floor of Heaven“-Steve Wariner (1998)

“If You See Him, If You See Her”- Reba and Ronnie Dunn (1998)

Let us know what were some of the best songs of 80s and 90s by commenting below or tweeting us your song at @imtaylorrrr!

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