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The Top 5 Songs From the Fall of 1993

In the fall of 1993 all of the top five songs had one thing in common, they all were about love lost. But one song stood above the rest by staying at No.1 on the country music charts for multiple weeks. It's no surprise that George Strait took us into to the holidays with his song "Easy Come, Easy Go" a song that was number one for two weeks that fall. 1993 also had other amazing songs like it.

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Zac Brown Band accept a Grammy
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The Top 5 Songs From the Fall of 2008

It's the fall of 2008, and a relatively new band was burning up the country music charts. The Zac Brown Band was cooking up a storm on the radio, their song "Chicken Fried" was at the top of all the country charts. The Zac Brown Band and the song "Chicken Fried" were nominated and won many awards, including a prestigious Grammy. 2008 also had other amazing songs like it.

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Dierks Bentley on stage
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The Top 5 Songs From the Fall of 2005

"Come a Little Closer" by Dierks Bentley went to number one and stayed there for the weeks of December 3 and December 10, 2005. On for December 17, the song fell back to the number two spot. That's when Joe Nichols' "Tequila Makes Her Clothes Fall Off" went to number one. "Come a Little Closer" wasn't done yet, Dierk's song went back to number one for a third week on December 24th. 2005 also had other amazing songs like it.

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Alan Jackson rehearses
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The Top 5 Songs From the Fall of 1996

In the fall of 1996 there was one song that stood out amongst all the rest, it was "Little Bitty. The song that was written by country legend Tom T. Hall, and sung by Alan Jackson, shot up to the top of the charts in both the US and Canada. "Little Bitty" made Alan Jackson a household name. 1996 also had other amazing songs like it.

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The Top 5 Songs From the Fall of 2007

In the fall of 2007 there was one song that was setting itself apart from all the others. It was "Our Song" by Taylor Swift, it was nominated for all kinds of awards, it set all kinds of sales records and stayed at No.1 for six weeks straight. "Our Song" became the theme song for young lovers everywhere. 2007 also had other amazing songs like it.

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Tim McGraw and Faith Hill
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The Top 5 Songs From the Summer of 1997

In the summer of 1997 there was one song that dominated the airwaves, by Tim McGraw and Faith Hill. The song "It's Your Love" was nominated for a Grammy twice and won single, song, video and vocal event of the year at the ACM's.

"It's Your Love" stayed at No.1 for six weeks, and has become a wedding favorite. 1997 also had other amazing songs like it.

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Dan Seals
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The Top 5 Songs From the Summer of 1986

In 1986 Dan Seals made his mark in country music by scoring two chart topping songs that summer. In early June, the Dan Seals song "Bop" owned the airwaves, but by the end of summer the pop turned country artist was back on top with his song "Everything That Glitters (Is Not Gold)". "Bop" went on to become Dan's most successful song ever and while both were nominated for several awards in 1986. the song "Bop" won the 'Song Of The Year' award from the Country Music Association. But 1986 also had other amazing songs like it.

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Tim McGraw in black
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The Top 5 Songs From the Summer of 2004

In the summer of 2004, Tim McGraw honored the passing of his father by writing and releasing a song that would mean so much to anyone who hears it. It's a song that reminds us how short life really is. "Live Like You Were Dying" reminds us to live life to the fullest. But 2004 also had other amazing songs like it.

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Restless Heart
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The Top 5 Songs From the Summer of 1988

The summer of 1988 was a time when several country giants dominated the airwaves. It was also the summer for blue-eyed Texas girls, and Restless Heart brought it to everyone's attention in the song "The Bluest Eyes In Texas." That song also helped put Restless Heart on the Country Music Association's ballot for Group of the Year and Song of the Year. But 1988 also had other amazing songs like it.

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Toby Keith
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The Top 5 Songs From the Summer of 2002

The summer of 2002 should be referred to as "the summer of Toby Keith." During the summer of 2002 Keith managed to get two songs released, "Courtesy of the Red, White and Blue" and "My List" of which the later spent five weeks at No. 1, and got the Oklahoma native noticed by the Academy of Country Music. Toby Keith won several awards that year and was voted the 'Entertainer of the Year'. Clearly "My List" was an amazing song, yet 2002 also had other amazing songs like it.

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Keith Whitley
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The Top 5 Songs From the Summer of 1989

In the summer of 1989, Keith Whitley had all our attention and was winning all kinds of accolades, all the while the world was mourning his death. Alcohol abuse severely deteriorated his health and he died suddenly at the age of 34. "I'm No Stranger To The Rain" was Whitley's last no.1, earning the top spot the very week of his death. 1989 also had other amazing songs like it.

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Alabama
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The Top 5 Songs From the Summer of 1991

1991 goes to the "Group of The Decade" a new award that was created by the Country Music Assoc. in 1990, and it seemed a perfect fit for super-group Alabama. The foursome from Fort Payne dominated country music in the 80's and were well on their way to owning the 90's too. Alabama continued to make country music history in the summer of 1991 with "Down Home". 1991 also had other amazing songs like it.

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