The Most Played Country Song in the Year You Graduated


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It's graduation time, so Taste of Country put together a list of the most played country songs in the year you got your diploma. And they didn't cheat us, either. They started with last year, and reached all the way back to 1946. Here are some highlights . . .  

 

2021:  "Famous Friends"Chris Young and Kane Brown

 

2019: "Whiskey Glasses"Morgan Wallen

 

2017: "Body Like a Back Road"Sam Hunt

 

2013: "Hey Girl"Billy Currington

 

2010: "Love Like Crazy"Lee Brice

 

2009:  "I Run to You"Lady A

 

2005:  "That's What I Love About Sunday"Craig Morgan

 

2000:  "How Do You Like Me Now?"Toby Keith

 

1999: "Amazed"Lonestar

 

1993: "Chattahoochee"Alan Jackson

 

1984: "To All the Girls I've Loved Before"Julio Iglesias and Willie Nelson

 

1978: "Mammas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys"Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson

 

1975: "Rhinestone Cowboy"Glen Campbell

 

1968: "Folsom Prison Blues"Johnny Cash

 

1961: "I Fall To Pieces"Patsy Cline

 

1951: "Cold, Cold Heart"Hank Williams

 

1946: "New Spanish Two Step"Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys 

Find the full list and links to the songs here.

Source: Taste of Country

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