1 Category Songtitle Singer Comment
2   They'll Never Ever Take Her Love From Me Hank Williams. Written by Leon Payne. Probably the best song of all time
3     Let's Get Married Again written by Charlie Black  The triumph of hope over experience?
4     I Love The Way You Roll Them Eyes At Me Pee Wee King He doesn't seem to get the message
5     I Wouldn't Change You If I Could Ricky Skaggs and Rodney Crowell Both had separate songs of this name
6     I Know She'll Change My Mind BJ Thomas  
7     I'll Never Have To Fall In Love Again Leon Cargil The Carpenters had "I'll Never Fall In Love Again"
8     Timber I'm Falling In Love Patty Loveless This is not about tree huggers
9     Don't Say You Love Me, Just Show It  Floyd Tillman  
10   You Don't Love God If You Don't Love Your Neighbor ?  
11   If You Don't Love Me, Someone Else Will ?  
12     I've Already Loved You In My Mind Loretta Lynne & Conway Twitty  
13     Between Lust and Watching TV Cal Smith  
14     I've Loved A Lot More Than I've Hurt Montgomery Gentry That's OK then?
15     Have I Told You Lately That I Love You Jim Reeves  
16     You Tell Her, I Stutter Homer & Jethro  
17     Next Time You See My Baby Won't You Tell Her Where To Go Pinto Bennett & His Famous Motel Cowboys i.e. tell her to come back to me
18     Slowly (I'm Falling More In Love With You) Webb Pierce His most pityful song. The first single to feature the pedal steel
19     What Are We Doin' In Love Dottie West & Kenny Rodgers  
20     I Love You A Thousand Ways Lefty Frizzell Great tune and lyrics, written when he was in jail
21     Just Wait 'Till I Get You Alone Carl Smith  
22     If You Think I Love You Now (I've Just Started) Roy Drusky  
23     Don't Make Me Come Over There And Love You George Strait  
24     I'm Gonna Take You Home (And Make You Like Me) Robbie Fulks  
25     When I Get Through With You (You'll Love Me) Patsy Cline  
26     When I Get Through With You (You'll Love Me Too) Patsy Cline The first one must have sold well
27     I'm Only in It for the Love John Conlee  
28     (If You're Not In It For Love) I'm Outa Here Shania Twain She's not country in my book
29     If You Love Me Stay Away Louvin Brothers  
30     Every Time I Love You I Hate Myself Kyle Fleming  
31     I Liked You Better When You Hated Yourself The Badlees  
32     This Is The Thanks I Get (For Loving You) Eddie Arnold  
33     Using Things And Loving People BJ Thomas  
34     (She Gave Me) Just Enough To Want It All Bill Anderson  
35     But You Know I Love You Bill Anderson  
36     If You Don't Believe I Love You, Ask My Wife Gary P. Nutt  
37     Everything And More Billy Gilman  
38     (You Say It Best) When You Say Nothing At All Keith Whitley Died of alcohol poisoning, song was later murdered by Boyzone
39     (I Know My Baby Loves Me) In Her Own Peculiar Way Ernest Tubb Both his wives left him
40     If I Fall You're Going Down With Me Dixie Chicks  
41     If I Were You I'd Fall In Love With Me Gene Watson  
42     (If Loving You is Wrong) I Don't Want to be Right Barbara Mandrell  
43     If I Could Be Anyone That I Wanted To Be (I'd Be Me, Loving You) Declan Nerney Good singer but this is not a great song
44     I'd Rather Leave While I'm In Love Margaret Whiting What? There's the door!
45     Love's Not Love ('Till You Give It Away) Bill Anderson  
46     Three Minute Positive Not Too Country Uptempo Love Song Alan Jackson His record company asked him to write in that style
47     I Want You, I Need You, I Love You Elvis  
48     I Slipped, I Stumbled, I Fell Elvis  
49     You're Right, I'm Left, She's Gone Elvis  
50     Your Wife Is Cheating On Us Again Wayne Kemp  
51     My Wife Left Me For My Girlfriend Bellamy Brothers  
52     I Married Her Just Because She Looks Like You Lyle Lovett  
53     That's What She Gets For Loving Me Brooks And Dunne  
54     He Gets That From Me Reba McEntire  
55     Let's Get Over Them Tonight Becky Hobbs/Moe Bandy  
56     Two Less Lonely People In The World Air Supply OK, not Country, but a great country title
57     Texas Women Don't Stay Lonely Long Brooks And Dunne  
58     Speed Of The Sound Of Loneliness Nanci Griffith (written by John Prine & Philip Donnelly)  
59     I'm The Loneliest Man I Ever Met Kinky Friedman & His Texas Jewboys  
60     Sleeping Single In A Double Bed Barbara Mandrell  
61     (I Kissed Her On The Hand) I Left Her Behind For You The Duke of Iron (OK, not c&w, calypso) OK, not Country, calypso
62     I Meant Every Word That He Said Ricky Van Shelton  
63     I Wish That I Could Hurt That Way Again Curly Putman  
64     Look At That Fool Going Home To His Wife Jerry Lee Lewis "...I Wish I Could Have Been That Kind Of Fool"
65     When You Leave, Take Your Mother Tony Paul  
66     The Cheapest Motel In Town Cost Him Everything Tracy Byrd  
67     Your Love Don't Take A Backseat To Nothin' Brooks And Dunne  
68     You Can Love A Woman (But You Can't Be Friends) Light A Big Fire Irish rock band, not really Country
69     I Can Love You Better Dixie Chicks  
70     Why'd The Last Time Have To Be The Best Bill Anderson  
71     My Best Was Never Good Enough Bruce Springsteen  
72   I Still Write Your Name In The Snow Chet Atkins I think there is another song "I Still Write Your Name In The Sand"
73   I Can't Help It If I'm Still In Love With You Hank Williams His songs are true to life, because that was the life he led
74   Lipstick Sunset John Hiatt  
75     Kiss Me In The Car John Berry  
76     Shut Up And Kiss Me Mary Chapin Carpenter  
77     Red Lips, Kiss My Blues Away Cliff Bruner  
78     You Only Kiss Me When You Say Goodbye Cornell Hurd  
79     She Didn't Even Kiss Me Goodbye Tex Williams  
80     A Slip Of the Tongue David Brewbaker  
81   Get Your Tongue Out Of My Mouth, I'm Kissing You Goodbye Ray Stevens  
82   I Overlooked an Orchid (While Searching For A Rose) Carl Smith  
83     I'm Sending Roses To My Lawyer Al Dexter Also had "Pistol Packin' Momma"
84     You Get The Roses I Get The Thorns Jimmie Osborne  
85     Another Good Year For The Roses Elvis Costello Original by George Jones. She's leaving, he's gardening.
86     Can I Return These Flowers? D. B. Harris  
87   Greener Than The Grass We Laid On David Allen Coe  
88   Cold, Cold Heart Hank Williams Absolute classic
89     Heartache Big As Texas Ricky Van Shelton  
90     All Dressed Up With A Broken Heart Peggy Lee  
91     Half A Heart Tattoo Jennifer Hanson  
92     Hotter Than Mojave In My Heart Isis DeMent She has good songs, but is a dreadful singer
93     Let Me Borrow Your Heart For Just Tonight Mac Wiseman & The Country Boys  
94     My Heart Has A Mind Of Its Own Reba McEntire  
95     Empty Wallet And A Broken Heart Ira Louvin Remember 'Empty Bottle, Broken Heart and You're Still On My Mind'
96     My Pockets Are Full (But My Heart Is Broke) Bob Corso  
97     Stuck Between A Rock And A Heartache Aaron Watson  
98     In Over My Heart Walt Aldridge  
99     One Owner Heart Walt Aldridge  
100     Leave My Heart Out of This Bryan White  
101     I’ve Just Placed A Vacant Sign Upon Your Heart Jimmie Osborne  
102     Lonely Hearts Club (Tell Me Why Do They Call You Lonely?) Susan McCann  
103     Now I Know Your Face By Heart Al Goodman  
104     Heart Trouble John Starling Was a surgeon in US Army. Great song.
105     You're the Best Break This Old Heart Ever Had Ed Bruce  
106     I'll Hold You In My Heart ('Til I Can Hold You In My Arms) Peter Rowan  
107     Brokenheartsville Joe Nichols  
108     She Never Lets It Go To Her Heart Tim McGraw  
109     Shoot Straight From Your Heart Vince Gill  
110     Can't Break It To My Heart Tracy Lawrence  
111     Somewhere In The Vicinity Of The Heart Shenandoah  
112     I Know The Way To You By Heart Vern Gosdin  
113     I Didn't Have The Heart Scott Hisey  
114     Where I Used To Have A Heart Martin McBride  
115     I've Got Heartaches Older Than You Waylon Jennings  
116   I Told A Lie To My Heart Hank Williams  
  House and Home      
117   A House With Love (Is Not A Home) Hank Williams  
118     Green Green Grass of Home Curly Putnam. Classic  
119     There's No Housing Shortage In Heaven Johnny and Jack  
120     I Changed The Locks On My Front Door Lucinda Williams Brilliant song. Rock/Country.
121     Don't Let The Doorknob Hit You Norma Jean  
122     May I Sleep In Your Barn Tonight Mister? Roland Taylor  
123     My Front Porch Looking In Lonestar  
124     Will You Love Me In A Trailer? Aaron Watson "The Honky Tonk Kid"
125   Mansion On The Hill Hank Williams Reportedly written in 20 minutes, but wasn't really
126   My Dreams Came True Overnight Stella Parton Dolly's sister
127     Send Me The Pillow That You Dream On Jim Ed Brown "...so darling, I can dream on it too"
128     You Meet the Nicest People in Your Dreams Fats Waller OK, not country, but a great title
129     Just Enough To Start Me Dreamin' Jack Green  
130     I Can't Make My Dreams Understand Big Tom & The Mainliners  
131     We Just Came Apart At The Dreams Billie Joe Spears  
132     Dreaming in Three Quarter Time The Good Ole Persons 3/4 = waltz time. Since 1970, most C&W is in 4/4 time
133   I Wish It Had Been A Dream Ray Condo & His Hardrock Goners  
134   I Forgot To Remember To Forget John Prine and Mac Wiseman Not the original, but an excellent version
135     When You Know You're Not Forgotten By The Girl You Can't Forget Mac Davis Wishful thinking?
136     Am I Losing Your Memory Or Mine? George Jones  (is he forgetting her, or just getting forgetful?)
137     I Took A Memory To Lunch Gene Autrey Tom T. Hall
138     You Thought Me How To Love You Now Teach Me To Forget Uncredited From "Mountain Frolic: Rare Old Timey Classics 1924-1937"
139     Me And The Elephants Bobby Goldsboro "…we never forgot you." Also had "Honey, I Miss You".
140     I've Forgotton How You Feel Sonya Isaacs. Very ambiguous
141     Funny Familiar Forgotten Feelings Micky Newbury  
142     We Can't Seem To Remember To Forget Roy Clarke  
143     Forgotten But Not Gone Gary Allan  
144     You Remind Me Of A Bad Memory Audrey Auld  
145     I'm Where A Memory Can Die For A Night Vern Gosdin  
146     Memories Cover Everything I Own The Johnston Mountain Boys  
147     Gonna Lay Me Down Beside My Memories Sammi Smith  
148     Mem'ryville Sammi Smith  
149   Deja Vue All Over Again John Fogarty Also had "Blue Ridge Mountain Blues"
150   If You Ever Have Forever In Mind Vince Gill  
151     What's Forever For Michael Martin Murphey  
152     How Long Is Forever This Time Carl Belew  
153     Yesterday Is Dead And Gone (Tomorrow Is Forever) Dolly Parton and Porter Wagoner Good song about looking forward instead of looking back
154     Forever For Her (Is Over For Me) The White Stripes  
155   Forever Again Gene Watson Buck Owens had 'Together Again'
156   Please Daddy, Don't Get Drunk This Christmas Alan Jackson  
157     I Wish My Mom Would Marry Santa Claus Gene Autrey  
158     Grandma Got Run Over By A Reindeer Ray Stevens Christmas song
159     Grandma Got Runned Over By a John Deere Cletus T. Judd John Deere=an American tractor
160     Santa Claus Is Watching You Ray Stevens  
161   Will Santy Come To Shanty Town Eddie Arnold  
162     Mrs Santa Claus (She's Got Something For Santa, Too) The Oak Ridge Boys  
163     Santa You're Too Fat For Me Freddy Cannon  
164     Christmas On The Isthmus Terry Allen Christmas in Panama
165     Even Santa Gets The Blues Chuck Leavell From the Christmas album "What's In That Bag?"
166     Yule Be Sorry Aaron Gillespie  
167     Daddy, Is Santa Really Six Foot Four? Kay Brown Can't you just feel the hair on the back of your neck stand up?
168   Six Weeks Every Summer (Christmas Every Other Year) Dottie West  
  Country Songs about Country      
169   C-O-U-N-T-R-Y Joe Diffie  
170     If You're Lookin' At Me, You're Lookin' At Country Loretta Lynn  
171     Country In My Genes Loretta Lynn  
172     This Redneck Of The Woods Bruce Stephens  
173     There's An Outlaw Up In Heaven Tonight Betty Lou  
174     Heaven's Gone Country John Tolley  
175     Countrier Than Thou Robbie Fulks  
176     It Doesn't Get Any Countrier Than This Tim McGraw  
177     Get Your Kicks From The Country Hicks Johnny Hicks  
178     Ain't You Had No Bringin' Up At All? Dallas Frazier  
179     My Heroes Have Always Been Cowboys Willie Nelson & Waylon Jennings  
180     Mommas, Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys Willie Nelson  
181     Dear Mama, I'm A Cowboy Red Steagall  
182     I Want To Be A Cowboy's Sweetheart Patsy Montana  
183     I'd Love To Be A Cowgirl (But I'm A Scared Of Cows) Carolina Cotton Country Music's Number 1 Female Yodeler
184     There's A Dixie Girl Who's Longing For A Yankee Doodle Boy Robert F. Roden  
185     When It All Goes South Alabama  
186     My Own Kind Of Hat Merle Haggard  
187     Where Did You Get That Hat Gid Tanner & Fate Norris  
188     Willie, Waylon And Me David Allen Coe He is of the opinion that he is as good as them
189     I Wouldn't Live in New York City If They Gave Me The Whole Dang Town Buck Owens  
190     Two Characters In Search Of A Country Song The Magnetic Fields Saw them once, they weren't great
191     If It Isn't Country, It Ain't Music (To Me) The Lone Arranger What a name - probably works in a Bank! See the Youtube video!
192     Someone Outhta Write A Song About That Lonnie Spiker  
193     You Write The Music I'll Write The Words Jeannie C Reilly  
194     If I Could Write A Song As Beautiful As You Billy "Crash" Craddock  
195     It Was Almost Like A Song Ronnie Milsap  
196     Who Broke Your Heart And Made You Write That Song? BJ Thomas  
197     Every Time You Sing I Want To Cry Along Charlie Feathers  
198     The Night You Wrote That Song Mickey Newbury  
199     The Writer's Block Blues Joe Wrabek  
200     My Songs Won't Play In Nashville Roy Harris  
201     Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way Waylon Jennings Critique of the 'Nashville Sound' by the original 'Outlaw'
202   Hank Song (Won't Someone Dig Hank Williams Up) Joe Wrabek  
203   Crazy Patsy Cline Singing stops her from going crazy
204     (If It Weren't For Country Music) I'd Go Crazy Duane Michaels  
205     I'm Goin' Crazy, And She's Just Goin' Conway Twitty  
206     I Don't Remember Going Crazy Conway Twitty  
207     Should I Come Home (Or Should I Go Crazy) Gene Watson  
208     License to Drive Me Crazy Jack McMahon  
209     Going Crazy Without You Bill Chambers  
210     Tonight She Went Crazy Without Me Moe Bandy  
211     I Gotta Mind To Go Crazy Les Taylor  
212     (Crazy For You But) Not That Crazy The Magnetic Fields  
213     That Song Is Driving Me Crazy (I Want To Hear It Again) Tom T. Hall Do you remember it now?
  Country songtitles that are not Country Songs      
214   I'm Alive (That Was The Day My Dead Pet Returned To Save My Life) Alice Cooper  
215   Let Me Love You One More Time Bananarama  
216   (You Better Love Me) Before I Am Gone Brian Johnstown Massacre  
217   Every Day I Love You Less And Less Kaiser Chefs  
218   Have You Ever Needed Someone (So Bad) Def Leopard  
219   When A Lady Meets A Gentleman Down South Benny Goodman  
220   A Trick Of The Night Blue Oyster Cult  
221   If You Tolerate This Your Children Will Be Next Manic Street Preachers  
222   Sure, Pinocchio John Hiatt  
  Blue moon      
223   The Moon Still Shines On The Mooneshine Still Judy Perkins She's making whisky while he's in jail
224     I Was Walking On The Moon Last Night Tom Russell  
225     Looking At The Moon And Wishing On A Star Charline Arthur  
226     Does That Blue Moon Ever Shine On You Pee Wee King  
227   Get Rhythm (When You Get The Blues) Johnny Cash  
228     She's Got The Rhythm (I've Got The Blues) Alan Jackson  
229     When God Fearin' Women Get The Blues Martina McBride  
230     Stupid Blues Junior Brown  
231     Can't Even Get The Blues Reba McEntire  
232     That's When I See The Blues (In Your Pretty Brown Eyes) Jim Reeves He realizes she regrets leaving her ex. Good cover by Joe Dolan
233     The Only Thing She Left Me Was The Blues Eleven Hundred Springs  
234     When You Were Blue And I Was Green Joe Stampley  
235     I’m Gettin’ Gray From Being Blue Sonny James  
236     I'm Tickled Pink Because You're Blue Cindy Walker  
237     What Did I Do To Be So Black And Blue Fats Waller  
238   Yellow Pages Under Blue Becky Hobbs  
239   If You're Gonna Cheat On me, Don't Cheat In Our Home Town Ricky Skaggs  
240   Diane (Do The Wrong Again With Me) Ed Bruce "Diane, if you're gonna do him wrong again, you might as well do the wrong again with me"
241     He's In A Hurry (To Get Home To My Wife) Johnny Paycheck He was jailed for shooting a guy in a bar-room brawl
242     He's Taking My Place At Your Place Moe Bandy  
243     Home Ain't Where His Heart Is Shania Twain  
244     If I Had Someone To Cheat On Moe Bandy Could you get any more lonesome than that?
245     I Cheated Me Right Out Of You Moe Bandy  
246     I Wouldn't Normally Do This Kind of Thing Pet Shop Boys OK, not Country.
247     I Feel Like I'm Cheating On You Ronnie Milsap  
248     I'm Not In The Mood (To Say No) Shania Twain She's not Country in my book. Her first video was banned from TV
249     I Don't Have To Be Me (Until Monday) Steve Azar  
250     Am I the Only Thing You've Done Wrong? Lee Ann Womack  
251     Old Weakness (Comin' On Strong) Tanya Tucker  
252     You Put On An Old Flame Last Night Gene Watson Remember 'Old Flames Can't Hold A Candle To You'?
253     Her Body Couldn't Keep You (Off My Mind) Gene Watson I think that was meant to be a compliment
254     What She Don't Know Won't Hurt Her Gene Watson  
255     That'll Learn Ya, Durn Ya The Maddox Brothers and Rose A fun song
256     The Truth Is I Lied Gene Watson Would you buy a used pickup from this man?
257     Let's Fall To Pieces Together Alan Jackson Patsy Cline had 'I Fall To Pieces'
258     Lovin' It Up (Livin' It Down) Moe Bandy  
259     One Night At A Time George Strait Remember 'One Day At A Time'?
260     If You've Got Ten Minutes, Let's Fall In Love Joe Stampley  
261     When the Wrong One Loves You Right Wade Hayes NOT Celine Dion
262     Just Makin' Love Don't Make It Right Johnny Paycheck  
263     We Really Shouldn't Be Doing This George Strait  
264     I'm Ashamed To Be Here (But Not Ashamed Enough To Leave) Webb Pierce Had the first guitar-shaped swimming pool in Nashville
265     She Feels Like A New Man Tonight Larry Mercey  
266     All The Good Ones Are Gone Pam Tillis  
267     It Ain't Easy Bein' Easy Pam Tillis  
268     It Was Always So Easy To Find An Unhappy Woman (Until I Started Looking For Mine) Moe Bandy Oh, the irony!
269     Let's Do Something Cheap and Superficial Burt Reynolds Smokey & The Bandid soundtrack
270     A Lover Is Forever Trish Yearwood Got divorced, and married Garth Brooks after his divorce
271     Come On And Break My Heart Again Peter Rowan One of the greatest yodelers of our time
272     Let's Invite Them Over John Prine & Melba Montgomery First wife-swapping C&W song?
273     We Must Have Been Out Of Our Minds George Jones & Melba Montgomery Couple reunite after both were cheating
274     Truck Drivin' Cat With Nine Wives Charlie Walker  
275     Eyes in the Back of Her Heart Bryan Smith From the CD 'Range Of Emotion"
276     I'm Gonna Sleep With One Eye Open From Now On Flatt and Scruggs & the Foggy Mountain Boys Was banned from the radio
277     My Dreamboat Is Drifting Wilma Lee & Stoney Cooper  
278     I Know You're Married But I Love You Still Porter Wagoner & Dolly Parton Absolute classic
279     My Wife Thinks You're Dead Junior Brown  
280     That's My Story And I'm Stickin' To It Jimmy Buffett  
281     I'm Living Up to Her Low Expectations Daryl Singletary  
282     If You Run With The Hounds (You'll Go To The Dogs) Jim Hall & The Dixie Mountain Ramblers  
283     You're Cheating Ways Have Paved The Road To My Success Hank Wangford Breakup inspired him to write good country songs!
284     Hold Me In Your Arms (And Let Me Fall) Brad Paisley Outstanding
285   Right Back Where We Parted Johnny Paycheck  
286     All You Can Cheat Robbie Fulks  
287     Guys Do It All The Time Mindy McCready  
288     How'd You Get Home So Soon? Tom T. Hall  
289     Fifteen Years Going Up (And One Night Coming Down)  George Strait  
290     You Put Me Up (And Put Me Down) Dottie West  
291     It Didn't Take But One Mistake Hank Williams Jr  
292     Twenty Years And Two Husbands Ago Lee Ann Womack  
293     Forgive Me One More Time Spade Cooley Later murdered his wife
294     Time Well Wasted Brad Paisley  
295     My Lips Want To Stay (But My Heart Wants To Go) Hank Wangford Who had the original?
296     Long Legged Girl (With The Short Dress On) Elvis  
297     She Can Put Her Shoes Under My Bed Anytime Johnny Duncan Shania Twain had 'Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under?'
298     Mama's Gettin' Hot And Papa's Gettin' Cold Mac Davis  
299     I'll Be A Woman Of The World Jeannie C Reilly  
300     Women Of The World (Leave My World Alone) Loretta Lynne  
301     Never Again, Again Lee Ann Womack  
302     You've Just Stepped In (From Stepping Out On Me) Loretta Lynn  
303   Everytime You Throw Dirt On Her (You Lose A Little Ground) George Strait  
  More Cheatin'      
304   Your Good Girl's Gonna Go Bad Tammy Wynette (or Tanya Tucker)  
305     I Made My Excuses and Stayed Bobby Valentino  
306     You Done Blacked My Blue Eyes Once Too Often  Kenny Hardy & Jimmy Wiseman  
307     That Cheap Look In Your Eye Pee Wee King  
308     New Looks From An Old Lover BJ Thomas  
309     Let's Start A Rumour Today Bobby Durham  
310     Don't Make Me Believe (All The Stories I Hear) Red Knuckles & The Trailblazers Excellent traditional acoustic bluegrass music and vocals
311     Lets Loose Some Sleet Tonight Aaron Watson ("The Honkytonk Kid")  
312     Dallas Days And Forth Worth Nights Chris Ledoux  
313     Tonight I'm Gonna Break For Of The Border Bobby Valentino  "…I really shouldn'ta kissed the sherrif's daughter"
314     The Steal Of The Night George Strait  
315     You've Been Talking In Your Sleep Crystal Gayle Proves the saying, it ain't what you say, it’s the way that you say it
316     I Fell for Her, She Fell for Him, and He Fell for Me  Sam Harris "Cheating" seens an inadequate category for this.
317     You and Me, Her and Him Ray Lynam  
318     Me Today And Her Tomorrow Dottie West  
319     I Can't Go Home Like This Ray Price  
320     Two Story House George Jones  
321     The Notel Motel Aaron Watson  
322     Out In The Parking Log Brad Paisley & Dolly Parton  
323     I'm The One She Missed Him With Today George Jones  
324     He's The One (Who Made Me Number 2) Ray Wylie Hubbard & The Cowboy Twinkies  
325     Somebody Somewhere (Don't Know What He's Missin' Tonight) Loretta Lynne  
326     It's All Wrong But It's Alright Dolly Parton  
327     It's Not Right But It's OK Whitney Houston  
328     How Can Anything So Right Be So Wrong Jeannie C Reilly  
329     All My Friends Are Goin' To Be Strangers Merle Haggard Later used as a title of a novel by Larry McMurtry
330     Find 'Em, Fool Em, And Leave 'Em Alone Charlie Monroe  
331     I'd Like To Hate Myself In The Morning Margaret Whiting Honest, at least. Original by Judy Garland
332     Ring On Her Finger, Time On Her Hands Reba McEntire  
333     Before The Ring On Your Finger Turns Green Dottie West  
334     One Slightly Used Wedding Band Jeannie C Reilly  
335     She's Got A Single Thing In Mind Walt Aldridge  
336   You Take The Medicine (I'll Take The Nurse) William Penix  
337     Forgive Me For Calling You Darling Tommy Collins  
338     Your Love Belongs Under A Rock The Detroit Cobras Actually a female soul/garage band
339     You Can't Divorce My Heart Johnny and Jack  
340     If A Woman Answers, Hang Up The Phone Leroy Van Dyke  
341     How Long Must You Keep Me A Secret Leroy Van Dyke  
342     Where'd You Get Your Cheating From Highway 101  
343     Phones Are Ringing All Over Town Martin McBride  
344   Secret Anniversaries Jeff Talmage  
  Bitterness and Hate      
345   My Love For You (Has Turned To Hate) Hank Williams  
346     Bitter They Are, Harder They Fall Dottie West  
347     I've Taken All I'm Gonna Take From You Spade Cooley He later died in prison after murdering his wife
348     Marry Me Or Bury Me Scott Dawson  
349     Fourteen Carat Mind Gene Watson About a gold-digger. A very anti-women song
350     You're Such A Bitch The Well-Oiled Sisters Scottish feminist band - not Hip Hop.
351     She Was Happy Till She Met You Jimmie Rodgers Blames the Husband for the break up
352     She Broke My Heart, I Broke Her Jaw  Rick Stanley  
353     Smile Darn You Smile Bob Wills  
354     As Far As I Can Throw Her John Egenes  
355     May Your Heart Rest In Pieces Billy Dee  
356     Be Doggone Sure You Call Georgia Gibbs  
357   I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry Hank Williams  
358     Too Late To Worry, Too Blue To Cry Ronnie Milsap  
359     I'm So Happy I Can't Stop Crying Toby Keith / Sting  
360     I Cried All The Way To The Alter Patsy Cline There must be another song "I Laughed All The Way To The Bank"
361     I'm Hurtin' Too Much To Cry Jimmie Davis  
362     If I Ever Cry (You'll Never Know) Mac Davis A cowboy, crying?
363     Not Gonna Cry For You (Any More) The Mavericks  
364     A Picture Is Worth A 1000 Tears Scott Dawson  
365     Never In A Million Tears Randy Albright  
366     I Came In Here Laughing (I'll Be Leaving In Tears)  Lonnie Spiker  
367     (I Tasted) Tears on Your Lips Pee Wee King  
368   The Scene Of The Crying Justin Trevino Album title also
369     Blue Eyes Cryin' In The Rain Willie Nelson  
370     Cry, Cry, Cry Johnny Cash  
371     What A Crying Shame The Mavericks  
372     You Ought To Hear Me Cry Willie Nelson  
373     A Far Cry (From You) Marsha Thornton  
374     I've Got A Right To Cry Mandy Barnett  
375     Cryin' As Fast As I Can ? From the CD "Don't Mess With Texas Music, Volume 2"
376     Was There Something In Her Eye The Star Room Boys  
377     Let It Rain (Let Her Cry) Ray Price The definitive answer to all those self pitying 'I'm crying in the rain' songs!
378     Is It Raining At Your House? Vern Gosdin  
379     These Tears Are Not For You Jenny Lou Carson Precursor of 'You're So Vain'?
380     Many Tears Ago Jenny Lou Carson  
381   It Hurts Too Much To Laugh (And I'm Too Big To Cry) Billy Walker  
382     I Think I'll Go Somewhere And Cry Myself To Sleep Bill Anderson  
383     You Don't Have To Be A Baby To Cry Bill Anderson  
384   I Wouldn’t Take Her To a Dog Fight, 'Cause I’m Afraid She’d Win Charlie Walker  
385     You're a Hard Dog To Keep Under The Porch Gail Davies  
386     Dad Gave My Dog Away T. Tyler Texas  
387     Ya Gotta Quit Kicking My Dog Aroun' Gid Tanner & The Skillet Lickets  
388     I Found My Best Friend In The Dog Pound Burl Ives  
389     She Never Cried When Ol' Yeller Died Confederate Railroad Ol' Yeller' was a sentimental movie about a boy's dog
390   How Come Your Dog Don't Bite Nobody But Me? Mel Tillis  
391     How Come My Dog Don't Bark When You Come 'Round Dr John  
392   That's My Rabbit, My Dog Caught It The Walter Family  
393   A Girl Don't Have To Drink To Have Fun Wanda Jackson  
394   Why Can't Women Have A Good Beer Drinkin' Song Barbara Perry  
395     Beer Drinkers and Hell Raisers ZZ Top  
396     Warm Beer And Cold Women Tom Waits  
397     I Let A Stranger Buy The Wine Kay Adams Like "The Whiskey Makes You Sweeter" by Laura Cantrell
398     Soft Lips And Hard Liquor Charlie Walker  
399     Sloe Gin And Fast Women Wayne Kemp  
400     Venom Wearin' Denim Junior Brown  
401     I Didn't Ask And She Didn't Say Tim McGraw  
402     I Came In Here Laughing Lonnie Spiker  
403     Who Wouldn't Wanna Be Me Keith Urban  
404     Time To Switch To Whiskey Corb Lund Band  
405     We Can't Let Al Qaeda Get Their Hands On This Robin Laing Compares Scotch Whisky to weapons of mass destruction
406     Snortin' Whiskey, Drinkin' Cocaine Pat Travers  
407     Nobody's Ugly After 2 a.m. Roy Harris  
408     Drinking About My Baby The Damned  
409     Let Me Drink This Over Lonnie Spiker  
410     Sorrow On The Rocks Porter Wagoner Passed away recently. Neil Diamond had "Love On The Rocks"
411     Sick Sober And Sorry Lefty Frizzell  
412     Someday I'll Sober Up Johnny Russell  
413     One Day After Payday Jack Griffin  
414     Set 'Em Joe and Play Walking the Floor Vern Gosdin "Walking The Floor Over You" is a great Ernest Tubb song
415     Tonight The Bartender Is On The Wrong Side Of The Bar Asleep At The Wheel  
416     New Drink For The Old Drunk Crooked Fingers  
417     She Never Got Me Over You Scott Hisey So that's why he went out with her!
418     They Haven't Made A Drink(That Can Get Me Over You) Moe Bandy So that's why he went drinking!
419     I've Gone And Done It Again Johnny and Jack This was years before Britney Spears
420     Getting' Over A Good Sober Scott Hisey  
421     Goin' Under (Getting' Over You) Scott Hisey  
422   D-R-U-N-K David Allen Coe  
423     There's A Tear In My Beer Hank Williams  
424     I've Got Friends In Low Places Garth Brooks  
425     Don't Rock The Jukebox Alan Jackson  
426     Bubba Shot The Jukebox Mark Chesnutt  
427     The Jukebox Played Along Gene Watson If you have this, send me a copy
428     Don't Sell Daddy Any More Whisky Joe Val A traditional song
429     Please Don't Sell My Daddy Any More Wine Wanda Jackson A modern version of it
430     Wine Me Up Pinto Bennett & His Famous Motel Cowboys  
431     Tears Will Be The Chaser For Your Wine Wanda Jackson  
432     I've Got Four On The Floor and A Fifth Under The Seat Rex Pearce A 'fifth' is a bottle of whisky
433     Drink That Mash And Talk That Trash Lester Flatt Mash=moonshine whisky
434     Rednecks, White Socks and Blue Ribbon Beer Johnny Russell  
435     Ten Rounds With Jose Cuervo Tracy Byrd  
436     Bloody Mary Morning Willie Nelson  
437     Her Cheatin’ Heart Made A Drunken Fool Out Of Me Jerry Nail  
438     If Whiskey Were A Woman I’d Be Married For Sure Jesse Strange  
439     The Power Of Positive Drinking Mickey Gilley  
440     Drinkin' My Way Back Home Gene Watson  
441     You Don't Have To Go Home (But You Can't Stay Here) Oak Ridge Boys I heard a bouncer say this once
442     Get Drunk And Be Somebody Tony Keith  
443     Was There a Girl on Your Boys' Night Out? Terri Clark  
444   Never Went to Bed With an Ugly Woman but I Sure Woke Up With a Few Bobby Bare  
445   (It Takes A Whole Lot Of) Liquor To Like Her Pete Schlegel  
446     That's Askin' Too Much Of The Wine Conway Twitty  
447     One Drink Is Too Many (And A Hundred's Not Enough) Quoted by Tim O'Brien  
448     Drinkin' My Baby Goodbye Charlie Daniels Band  
449     Designated Drinker Alan Jackson I once saw a T-shirt that said "Designated Passenger"
450     Margaritaville Jimmy Buffet  
451     Dim Lights, Thick Smoke And Loud, Loud Music Conway Twitty AKA I Didn't Know God Made Honkytonk Angels
452     If The Jukebox Took Teardrops I'd Cry All Night Long Danni Leigh  
453     The American Honkytonk Bar Association Garth Brooks  
454     Pour Me A Double ('Cause I'm Single Again) Bob Segarini  
455   Honk If You Honkytonk George Strait  
456     Two Separate Bar Stools Wanda Jackson  
457     Mama Was A Rock (Daddy Was A Rolling Stone) Kay Adams with BR5-49  
458     I Couldn't Feel Any Worse If I Tried Pinto Bennett & His Famous Motel Cowboys  
459     Happy Hour (Is The Saddest Time Of The Day) Ray Stevens  
460     (I'm Trying To Dance But) The Floor Ain't Level Rye River Band Reminds me of "The Piano Has Been Drinking"
461     The Pint of No Return Stonewall Jackson  
462     Blues Plus Booze (Means I Loose) Stonewall Jackson  
463     Old Man Collecting Cans Richard Dobson Wino collects empty beer cans to buy bottles of wine
464     I'm Pickin' Up Cans For A Bottle Pinto Bennett & His Famous Motel Cowboys Same idea
465     Excuse Me While I Drink Myself To Death Spent Probably not a Country song
466     Love Is Like A Bottle Of Gin The Magnetic Fields Saw them once, not impressed
467     A Bottle Of Wine (And Patsy Cline) Marsha Thornton  
468     I'm Going To Hire A Wino To Decorate Our House David Frizzell Younger brother of Lefty Frizzell
469     Jones On The Jukebox, You On My Mind Becky Hobbs  
470     Brother Jukebox (Sister Wine) John Starling  
471     Turn It On Turn It Up Turn Me Loose Dwight Yoakum The best drinkin' song of them all, bar none.
472     Prop Me Up Beside the Jukebox When I Die Joe Diffie  
473     A Cigarette, A Bottle and a Jukebox Big Al Dowling  
474     She Only Smokes When She Drinks Joe Nichols  
475     In The Corner At The Table By The Jukebox James Hand  
476     One Shot At A Time Shelley King  
477     Ten Feet Tall And Bulletproof Travis Tritt  
478     (I've Got My) Future On Ice Miss Leslie & Her Juke Jointers  
479     Give Me A Red Hot Mama and An Ice Cold Beer Simley Maxdon  
480     Yes Ma'am (He Found Me In A Honkytonk) Miss Leslie & Her Juke Jointers  
481     So Many Honkytonks, So Little Time Ted Russell Kamp  
482     Friday In My Mind Ted Russell Kamp  
483     Thunderbird Will Do Just Fine 18 Wheeler Thunderbird=cheap booze. The American equivalent of Dutch Gold
484     I Saw The Light…But It Was Neon Eugene Chrysler  
485     Creature From The Blue Neon George Strait  
486     Your Memory Can't Drink As Much As Me Levi Mullen  
487     The More You Drink The Better We Sound Casey Martin I know a few bands who should adopt this as their Theme Tune.
488     Rose Colored Glasses John Conlee  
489     Wine Colored Roses George Jones  
490     Red Wine And Blue Memories Joe Stampley  
491   One More Drink Before I Go Ted Russell Kamp  
492   Another Bottle of Blues Ceri Taylor / Paul Pedersen, Jr.  
493     It Ain't Far to the Bar Johnny Tyler  
494     Barstool Mountain Johnny Paycheck/Moe Bandy  
495     It Won't Hurt When I Fall Down From This Bar Stool Harlan Howard  
496     It Just Helps To Keep The Hurt From Hurtin' Moe Bandy  
497     If I'm Gonna Sink (I Might As Well Go To The Bottom) Johnny Paycheck  
498     Give My Regards To The Gutter Johnny Paycheck  
499     I Drop More Than I Drink Johnny Paycheck  
500     See You In C-U-B-A Irving Berlin Written during prohibition in the USA
501     Better Class of Loser Harlan Howard  
502     Don't It Make You Wanna Go Home Joe South  
503     Tonight the Bottle Let Me Down Merle Haggard "…I've always had a bottle I could turn to…"
504     Y'all Come Back Saloon Oak Ridge Boys  
505   Since I Started Drinking Again Dwight Yoakum "… I ain't shed one lousy tear over you…"
  More Drink      
506   All My Rowdy Friends Are Coming Over Tonight Hank Williams Jr  
507     The Story Of Your Life Is In Your Face Tom T. Hall  
508     I'll Take My Sorrow Straight Iris de Ment  
509     What's the Use of Getting Sober (When You're Gonna Get Drunk Again) Louis Jordan  
510     Who Threw the Whiskey In The Well Wynonie Harris  
511     Shut Up and Drink Your Beer Luke Wills Rhythm Busters  
512     The Pub With No Beer Slim Dusty Great Australian singer, died a few years ago
513     Fax Me A Beer Hank Williams Jr  
514     (If My Life Lasted Just One Day, I'd Still Be) Drunk By Noon The Handsome Family  
515     Show Me the Way to Go Home Bill Boyd & His Cowboy Ramblers  
516     I Think I'll Just Stay Here And Drink Merle Haggard  
517     Drink Up And Go Home Wilburn Brothers  
518   All My Rowdy Friends (Have Settled Down) Hank Williams Jr  
519     Who Drank My Beer (While I Was In the Rear) Dave Bartholomew  
520   When My Love Comes Back From The Ladies Room Will I Be To Old To Care? Lewis Gizzard  
521     Too Many Parties, Too Many Pals Hank Williams  
522     Tequila Helps You Swim Million Sellers Public Service Announcement: This is NOT true!
523     Men Buy The Drinks (Girls Call The Shots) Steve Holy  
524     What Do You Think Of Her Now Johnny and Jack  
525     I Feel At Home In A Honky Tonk Levi Mullen  
526     In The Corner, At The Table, By The Jukebox James Hand  
527     There's A Honky Tonk Angel (Who'll Take Me Back In) Conway Twitty  
528     Tequila And Teardrops Dale Watson  
529     Jenie In The Jug Arthur Alexander Jug=large container of whisky
530     Tennessee Courage Vern Gosdin (=Jack Daniels, American version of Dutch Courage
531     One For The One For Me John Hiatt  
532     When I Take My Sugar to Tea Milton Brown and His Musical Brownies  
533   When I Finish This Coffee I Won't Have A Bean Billy Brazil  
534   Where Is The Next One Coming From John Hiatt  
  Just One More Drink      
535   Cigareets and Whusky (and Wild, Wild Wimmin) Tex Ritter?  
536   How Do You Feel About Foolin' Around Kris Kristofferson/Willie Nelson  
537     Do You Ever Fool Around Joe Stampley  
538     What Kind Of Fool Do You Think I Am Lee Roy Parnell  
539     Don't Fool Around When There's A Fool Around Jim Stafford  
540     A New Fool At An Old Game Reba McEntire  
541     There's No Fool Like An Old Fool Ernest Tubb  
542     Fooled By A Feeling Barbara Mandrell "…now I'm feeling like a fool."
543   One Of A Kind Pair Of Fools Barbara Mandrell  
544   The Best Thing I Had Going (Is Gone) Brad Paisley  
545     Everything I Had Going For Me Is Gone Grandpa Jones  
546     I Knew A Good Thing When I Had It Paulette Carlson  
547     You'll Be Over Her (Before I'm Even Over You) Mary Cutrufello  
548     You're Falling In Love But I'm Falling Apart Jack Trudel  
549     She Gets What I Deserve SheDaisy  
550     It's Not Like You Lonnie Spiker  
551     If I Live Long Enough To Heal James Hand  
552     To Cut A Long Story Short, She's Gone Niall Toner Band Irish Bluegrass band playing mainly original works
553     Just Out of Reach of My Two Open Arms Patsy Cline  
554     The Emptiest Arms in the World Merle Haggard and the Strangers   
555     She Didn't Even Know That I Was Gone Louvin Brothers But why should he care?
556     Happy Birthday Dear Heartache Barbara Mandrell Dixie Chicks had "Hello Mr Heartache"
557     I'm Alone Because I Love You Ray Price So, she's to blame, right?
558   My Live's Been A Country Song Chris Cagle  
559   The Lonesomest Lonesome Mac Davis Could it get any more lonesomer than that?
560     England 2 Colombia Nil Kirsty MacColl "…and I know just how those Colombians feel."
561     I Spent A Week There One Day Carl Belew This may have been about M*******r
562     Heaven Knows I'm Lonely Now Garage d'Or Not really country, and NOT a cover of a Morrissey song
563     Dude, I Totally Miss You Tenacious D Not really country either
564     Alone At A Table For 2 Marti Brom  
565     It's A Lonesome Old Town (When You're Not Around) Sting  
566     Lonely Souls And Broken Hearts Niall Toner Band A sad song about writing sad songs
567     Come See Me And Come Lonely Dottie West  
568     Lonely But Only For You KT Oslin How can a feminist write a song like this?
569     I'm Lonely (But I Ain't That Lonely Yet) The White Stripes Not sure if this is the original version
570     Why Do Lonely Men and Women Want to Break Each Other's Hearts?  The Star Room Boys  
571     I'm Having A Party All By Myself The Boys Of The Big D Jamboree  
572     Faded Lights And Lonesome People Billy Walker  
573     I'm Always By Myself When I'm Alone Johnny and Jack  
574   Goodbye Lonesome, Hello Baby Doll The Lonesome Strangers  
575   Don't Take Your Guns To Town Johnny Cash  
576     My Rifle, My Pony And Me Dean Martin  
577     The Last Gunfighter Ballad Guy Clarke  
578     Devil's Right Hand Steve Earle Recorded by Johnny Cash
579     Happiness Is A Warm Gun The Beatles  
580     Shotgun Boogie Tennessee Ernie Ford  
581   I Traded My Saddle For A Rifle Hank Snow  
582   I'm Down To My Last Cigarette kd lang Excellent song. Who had the original?
583     Smoking My Sad Cigarette Jo Stafford  
584   3 Cigarettes In The Ashtray kd lang Excellent. Who had the original? 2 cigarettes, then 3, then only 1
585   30,000 Pounds Of Bananas Harry Chapin  
586     Sucker For a Trucker Milly & The Sequins  
587     18 Wheels A Hummin' Home Sweet Home Red Sovine Also had the classic trucker song "Teddy Bear"
588     Lookin' At The World Thru A Windshield Dell Reeves  
589     Will There Be Any Big Rigs In Heaven? Buck Owens Emmylou had "Will There Be Any Freight Trains In Heaven?"
590     Give Me 40 Acres (To Turn This Rig Around) The Willis Brothers  
591     Trucker And The UFO Brush Arbor Definitely a fake name, based on a George Jones song
592     The Flying Saucer Man And The Truck Driver Red Simpson  
593     The Boppin' Martian Dick Robinson and his Makebelievers  
594     Caffein, Nicotine, Benzedrine Jerry Reid  
595     Rolaids, Doan's Pills And Preparation H Dave Dudley Had the original truckin' song "Six Days On The Road"
596     Santa's Got A Semi Keith Harling Semi=a semi-articulicated truck, i.e. an artic
597   Why Don't You People Learn To Drive Gene Vincent I think I've met some of those too
598   Grandpa, What's a Train? U. Utah Phillips  
599   The Train Carrying Jimmie Rodgers Home ?  
600   Hobo's Meditation Emmylou Harris "…will there be any freight trains in heaven?"
601   Big Rock Candy Mountain Joe Hill Left wing satire against "reformism" which became a children's song
602   I'm Walking The Floor Over You Ernest Tubb Classic honkytonk song, established 'walking the floor ' cliché.
603     I Couldn't Find My Walking Shoes Paul Overstreet That's the only reason he hasn't walked out
604     No Shoes, No Shirt, No Problem Kenny Chesney McDonald's door sign says "No shirt, no shoes, no service"
605     Walk A Mile In My Shoes Joe South Famous cover by Clint Black
606     I Saw Her Smile (As She Walked Up The Aisle) Heard on radio "…then I watched her pack her bag and walk right out on me"
607     One Less Set Of Footsteps Jim Croce  
608     Put Your Shoes Back On Ceri Taylor / Paul Pedersen, Jr.  
609     You Can't Make A Heel Toe The Line Johnny Cash  
610     In These Shoes? Kirsty MacColl  
611     Walk, Chicken, Walk ('Cause You're Too Fat To Fly) Little Jimmy Dickens  
612   Climb the Walls (And Walk The Floor) Marsha Thornton Two great c&w cliches together
613   Have You Ever Seen The Rain? Creedence Clearwater Revival  
614     I Hope It Rains At My Funeral Tom T. Hall  
615     Come Back When It Ain't Raining Trisha Yearwood  
616     It's Always Raining Somewhere Robbie Fulks  
617     Montgomery In The Rain Steve Young Song about visiting the grave of Hank Williams
618     Tennessee Rain Billy Tulsa and the Psycho Crawdads They play "Y'allternative" music
619   Who'll Stop The Rain? Creedence Clearwater Revival  
620   Redneck Martians Stole My Baby Hank Flamingo  
621     You Sure Got This Ol' Redneck Feelin' Blue George Strait  
622     You Can't Keep A Redneck Blue Donald Lee Burns  
623     It's Alright To Be A Redneck Alan Jackson  
624   What This World Needs (Is A Few More Rednecks) Charlie Daniels Band  
  Texas etc      
625   You're The Only Reason I'd Ever Leave Texas  BJ Thomas  
626     Lassoed In El Paso Cooder Graw  
627     Macho Man From Taco Land Gary P Nutt  
628     Bluest Eyes In Texas Restless Heart  
629     Hottest Ex In Texas Becky Hobbs  
630     Across The Alley From The Alamo Nitty Gritty Dirt Band Bouncy stupid song. original by Woody Herman
631     No Such Thing As A Heartache (Down In Mexico) Michael Cosner  
632     This Is My Year For Mexico Crystal Gale She's decided to leave, at last
633     That's Why God Made Mexico Tim McGraw  
634     Who Needs You, I've Got Mexico Eddie Raven  
635     Down In Mississippi (Up To No Good) Sugarland  
636     Okie's In The Pokey Jimmy Patton Okie=native of Oklahoma, Pokey=Jail
637   Nobody Calls From Vegas Just To Say Hello Vern Gosdin  
638   Too Many Dollars, Not Enough Cents Bill Carlisle  
639     Send Lawyers, Guns And Money Hank Williams Jr  
640     A Poor Man's Roses Or A Rich Man's Gold Reba McEntire  
641     Silver Threads And Golden Needles (Cannot Mend This Heart Of Mine) Billie-Joe Spears  
642     Too Dumb For New Your City, Too Ugly For L.A. Waylon Jennings  
643     Those Hilbillies are Mountain Williams Now Hoosier Hot Shorts  
644   I Upped My Income (Up Yours) Homer & Jethro  
645   One More One Last Time BJ Thomas  
646     Funny How Time Slips Away Willie Nelson She said she would love him to the end of time…
647     Always Late With Your Kisses Lefty Frizzell Great song, really shows off his vocal abilities
648     Every Now And Then (I Wish Then Was Now) Aaron Tippin  
649     The Future's Not What It Used To Be Micky Newbury Similar to 'There Ain't No Future In The Past' by Vince Gill
650     Like There Ain't No Yesterday Walt Aldridge Hmm. If only
651     There's No Tomorrow In Sight Willie Nelson Good song
652     Good Bye Tomorrows (Hello Yesterday)  Floyd Tillman  
653     Thirty-Nine and Holding Ed Bruce  
654     I'm Getting Older Every Day Homer & Jethro  
655     Sentenced to a Life (Without You) Floyd Tillman  
656     Help Me Make It Through The Night Kris Kristofferson  
657     Help Me Make It To My Rocking Chair BJ Thomas The rocking chair was invented by Benjamin Franklin
658     Rocking Alone (In An Old Rocking Chair) Eddie Arnold  
659     Granny's Off Her Rocker David Allen Coe  
660     Too Old For Toys, Too Young For Boys Billie Joe Spears  
661     It Ain't The Years, It's The Miles Chris Ledoux  
662     Much Too Young To Feel This Dam' Old Chris Ledoux  
663     I Wanna Die Young (At A Very Old Age) Charlie Louvin  
664     Some Days Are Diamonds (Some Days Are Stone) John Denver  
665     One Night A Day Garth Brooks  
666     Falling In Love For The Night The Charlie Daniels Band  
667     She Had Her Day (But Now It's Night) Michael Austin  
668     Not Enough Hours In The Night Doug Supernaw  
669   Someday Our Night Will Come Deborah Allen  
  Time's up      
670   Which Way Do I Go (Now That I'm Gone)? Waylon Jennings  
671     Why Don't You Love Me (Like You Used To Do?) Hank Williams  
672     You're Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go Bob Dylan  
673     When The Tingle Becomes A Chill Loretta Lynn  
674     I Don't Want You To Go (But I Need You To Leave) Aaron Watson  
675     Don't Leave The Leaving Up To Me Justin Trevino  
676     Loving Here and Living There and Lying In Between  Jake Hooker  
677     I Choose The Path Of Sorrow And Shame Lost Country  
678     Come On Out And Tell Me (Like We Always Said We Would)  BJ Thomas  
679     Hitting Bottom Ain't as Hard As The Fall Paul Burch Excellent song from the album "Blue Note"
680   Believe Me Baby (I Lied) Trisha Yearwood  
  They think it's all over      
681   That's The Way The Cookie Crumbles Johnny and Jack  
682     We're Getting Closer To Being Apart Charlie Feathers  
683     If You Don't Leave Me, I'll Find Someone Who Will Warren Zevon  
684   You Can't Leave Me Because God Gave You To Me ?  
685     She Was All Over Me Levi Mullen  
686     That "It's All Over" Feeling (All Over Again) The Clarks  
687     If You're Gonna Do Me Wrong (Do It Right) Vern Gosdin  
688     I Wanna Holler (But The Town's Too Small) The Detroit Cobras Possibly not country, but sounds like it should be
689     Why Can't I Be Like The Others Mac Davis  
690     I Wish I Was A Single Girl Again Maddox Brothers And Rose  
691     Someone Will Love Me In Heaven Don Reno & Red Smiley and the Ternnessee Cut-Ups Cut-Up=clown
692     Old Lovers Make Bad Friends Joe Allison  
693     One Heart's Beatin', One Heart's Cheatin' Billy Walker  
694     There's No Right Way To Do Me Wrong Miller Sisters  
695     The Worst Is Yet To Come The Lonesome Strangers  
696     I Wish I Could Read Your Mind (And You Could Read My Heart) Heard on Country Mix  
697     She Never Spoke Spanish To Me Joe Ely Great song
698     Tennessee Is Not The State I'm In Joe Ely  
699   You Shot The TV But You Were Aiming At Me Chuck Wagon & The Wheels  
  It is now      
700   I Didn't Know The Gun Was Loaded Jean Shepard  
701     The Buck Starts Here Robbie Fulks "…with Hank sure to follow." He's playing Buck Owens records since she left him
702     I Gave Up Getting Over You Today Dick Curless  
703     Hurt Always Begins With Her Lonnie Spiker  
704     This White Circle On My Finger Means We're Through Kitty Wells  
705     You Finally Said Something Good (When You Said Goodbye) The Lonesome Strangers Original by the Louvin Brothers
706     You Drove MeTo Another's Arms (And Now I'm Happy There) Eddie Kirk  
707     She's Everything I Wanted You To Be Levi Mullen  
708     I Ain't Been Right, Since I've Been Left Dale Watson Great rockin' honky tonk song from the modern Hank Williams
709     When She Does Me Right, She Does You Wrong Wandering Eyes  
710     When You Stopped Loving Me, So Did I James Hand  
711     Politics, Religion And Her Sammy Kershaw  
712     Thank God And Greyhound She's Gone Charlie Feathers  
713     Gimme Back My Dog Slobberbone  
714     Her Father Never Liked Me Anyway The Furies & Davy Arthur  
715     I Saw Pity In The Face Of A Friend BJ Thomas  
716   I'm Sorry For You, My Friend Hank Williams Very ironic. The friend is the cause of all his own troubles
  The End of the Affair      
717   I Miss You Already (And You're Not Even Gone) Faron Young  
718     No Regrets Yet Sonya Isaacs  
719     What Part Of No Don’t You Understand Lorrie Morgan  
720     It's Not Over (If I'm Not Over You) Reba McEntire  
721     You're The Reason I'm Not Over You Paul Harrison  
722     You're The Worm That Used To Be The Apple Of My Eye Willis Bros.  
723     Leavin's Been Comin' (For A Long, Long Time) Gene Watson  
724     I've Been A Long Time Leaving (But I'll Be A Long Time Gone) Roger Miller  
725     (If You Don't Believe I'm Leaving You) Count the Days I'm Gone Al Wilson Also a line from an Elvis song
726     She'll Leave You With A Smile George Straint But, who will be smiling? You, both of you, or just her?
727     You Won't Know Why 'Till I'm Gone James Wilson  
728     You Don't Love Me Any More (And I Can Tell) Ricky Nelson  
729     You Don't Love Me Any More (But I'll Always Care) Ramblin' Jimmie Dolan  
730     You Look Good With A Tear In Your Eye Don Deal  
731     You Changed My Whole Life Into A Song Jesse Rogers  
732     Nobody's Asking Questions (But Everybody Wants To Know) Georgia Gibbs  
733     Are The Good Times Really Over For Good? Merle Haggard  
734     Baby's Gotten Good At Goodbyes George Strait  
735     Bygone's Won't Go Nick Lowe  
736     Breaking In A Brand New Broken Heart Connie Francis  
737     I'm Just Breaking In A Brand New Pair Of Shoes Bill Monroe That's the reason he looks unhappy
738     I Bought The Shoes That Just Walked Out On Me Wynn Stewart  
739     Waitin' In The Lobby Of Your Heart Hank Thompson  
740     Flushed From The Bathroom Of Your Heart Johnny Cash  
741     I'm Always On A Mountain When I Fall Merle Haggard  
742     Guess My Eyes Were Bigger Than My Heart Conway Twitty  
743     She Doesn't Love Here Anymore Brady Seals  
744     I Forgot That I Don't Live Here Anymore Moe Bandy  
745     Remember To Remind Me (I'm Leavin') Ronnie Milsap  
746     Ain't Your Memory Got No Pride At All? Ray Charles  
747     www.memory Alan Jackson  
748     She Has No Memory Of Me Gene Watson  
749     What's A Memory Like This (Doing In A Love Like This) Moe Bandy  
750     I’d Rather Be Sorry for the Things I Did Than the Ones I didn’t Do Black River Falls Band  
751     I Never Miss A Day (Missing You) Moe Bandy  
752     The Dogs, They Really Miss You Austin Lounge Lizards From the album "Employee of the Month"
753     (You Ain't Nothin' But A Female) Hound Dog Charlie Gore  
754     Lock, Stock And Teardrops (I'll Be Gone) k d lang Original by Roy Drusky
755     For Tears To Come Moe Bandy Marianne Faithful had 'As Tears Go By'
756     They Always Look Better When They're Leavin' Becky Hobbs  
757     Turn Around And Look At Me Roy Drusky  
758     When Staying Together Hurts More Than Falling Apart Moe Bandy  
759     You'd Better Sit Down, Kids Sonny Bono  
760     Only In My Dreams Pinto Bennett & His Famous Motel Cowboys  
761     I Guess It Never Hurts To Hurt Sometimes The Oak Ridge Boys  
762     Hurt Me Bad (In A Real Good Way) Patti Loveless Pathetic
763     The Hurtin's All Over Wanda Jackson  
764     Hurt Her Once For Me Wilburn Brothers  
765     A Man Holdin' On (To A Woman Lettin' Go) Ty Herndon The best thing about this song is its title
766     Take Me Back And Try Me One More Time Mike Henderson Great song, done in a country/rock style
767     I Wish You Could Have Turned My Head (And Left My Heart Alone) The Oak Ridge Boys  
768     Without You (What Do I Do With Me?) Tanya Tucker  
769     Billy Broke My Heart at Walgreens and I Cried All the Way to Sears Ruby Wright  
770     Out Of My Head And Back In My Bed Loretta Lynn  
771     You Called Me By His Name Last Night Buddy Long  
772     I'm Gonna Put You Down (And Leave You There) Old Home String Band  
773     It's Too Bad You're No Good For Me Les Hall & the Bluegrass Mastertone Boys  
774     Walkin' Talkin' Cryin' Barely Beatin' Broken Heart Hightway 101  
775     You Done Stomped on My Heart and Mashed That Sucker Flat Mason Williams  
776     My Heart's Too Broke (To Pay Attention) Mark Chesnutt Took me a while to get it
777     I Wish I Was Still In Your Dreams Conway Twitty  
778     My Arms Stay Open All Night Tanya Tucker  
779     Why Do We Want (What We Know We Can't Have) Reba McEntire  
780     Keep Those Cold Icy Fingers Off Me Stanley Brothers  
781     I'l Settle For Just Crossing Her Mind Gene Watson Sad
782     This Just Ain't No Good Day For Leavin' Gene Watson  
783     Maybe I Should Have Been Listening Gene Watson  
784     You're Out Doing What I'm Here Doing Without Gene Watson  
785     When There's Not A Tear Left To My Name Gene Watson  
786     Getting Over You Again Gene Watson  
787     No Trash In My Trailer Gene Watson  
788     Don't Look At Me (In That Tone Of Voice) Gene Watson  
789     I'm Feeling For You (But I Can't Reach You) Lonesome Pine Fiddlers  
790     You Waltzed Yourself Right Into My Life Gene Watson  
791     Don't Tennessee Waltz Out On Me Cowboy Jack Clement  
792     We've Tried Everything Else Pam Tillis  
793     Lets Call It A Day Today Tammy Wynette  
794     Let's Call It A Day (After Tonight) Jimmie Skinner  
795     It's All Over Now But The Crying Hylo Brown & His Timberliners  
796     You Changed Your Name From Brown to Jones George Jones "…and mine from Brown to blue." Classic
797     D-I-V-O-R-C-E Tammy Wynette Written before her divorce from George Jones
798     Darling Will You Marry Me Again? Moe Bandy  
799     Don't Tell Me What To Do (I'll Love You For Ever If I Want To) Pam Tillis Possibly the world's first post-feminist song
800     Tonight The Heartache's On Me Dixie Chicks  
801     I Know She Still Loves Me George Strait  
802     She's Everybody's Woman, I'm Nobody's Man Moe Bandy  
803     Holding On To What Is Gone Pam Tillis  
804     Some Day, You'll Want Me To Want You Ray Charles  
805     (Your Name) That's All It Took Gram Parsons Classic - similar to 'She Think I Still Care' by Charlie Pride
806     When A Man Can't Get A Woman Off His Mind Gene Watson  
807     Sometimes I Get Lucky And Forget Gene Watson  
808     I Gotta Get Back To Forgetting You Rex Hobart  
809     She's Playin' Hard To Forget Moe Bandy  
810     Lonely Won't Leave Me Alone Trace Adkins  
811     I've Got You on My Conscience But at Least You're Off My Back Unconfirmed  
812     I Need Somebody Bad Tonight ('Cause I Just Lost Somebody Good) Jack Green  
813     I'd Rather Give It Away To A Stranger (Than Throw It Away On You) Charley McClain  
814   The Best Of Strangers Barbara Mandrell  
815     I'm Tired Of Being Someone (That Means Nothin' To You) Conway Twitty  
816     When I'm Right You Don't Remember (When I'm Wrong You Don't Forget) Jimmie Rodgers  
817     Dreamin' In Color, Livin' In Black And White Billy Ray Cyrus  
818   Dance With The One That Brought You Shania Twain AKA "Dance With The One That Brung Ya"
819     Holding Her And Loving You Earl Thomas Conley  
820     I'll Come Back As An Other Woman Tanya Tucker  
821     Another Suite Of Furniture Upon Another Skip Raglan Rodeo Dublin Country/Rock band
  Today, tonight and tomorrow      
822   Last Night I Heard You Crying In Your Sleep Hank Williams  
823     I Haven't Been Home For Three Whole Days (Yesterday, Today And Tomorrow) Willie Nelson  
824     Yesterday (When I Was Young) Charles Aznavour Not really country
825     Daytime Friends And Nighttime Lovers ?  
826     Cold Gray Light Of Gone Vince Gill  
827     You'll Rue The Day Spade Cooley  
828     Thank You Baby! (For Makin' Someday Come So Soon) Shania Twain Divorced a few weeks ago
829     Wasted Days And Wasted Nights Freddie Fender Great Tex-Mex tear-jerker. Died last year.
830     What Goes On When The Sun Goes Down Ronnie Milsap  
831     Ain't Goin' Down 'Till The Sun Comes Up Garth Brooks  
832     Where Did Robinson Crusoe Go (With Friday On Saturday Night)? Al Jolson Not really country
833     Between Midnight and Hindsight Joy Lynn White  
834     Darling Don't Leave (Until The Morning) Heard on Country Mix  
835     Leave Me Tomorrow But Love Me Tonight Johnny Rodriguez  
836     You're Gonna Love Yourself In The Morning Clifford Curry  
837     We're Gonna Hate Ourselves In The Morning Clifford Curry This must have been recorded the following day
838     I'd Trade All Of My Tomorrows (For Just One Yesterday) Merle Haggard  
839     Saying Hello, Saying I Love You, Saying Goodbye Jim Ed Brown and Helen Cornelius  
840   I Don't Care If Tomorrow Never Comes Hank Williams Good cover by Molly O'Day
841   The Last Thing I Needed The First Thing This Morning Gary P Nutt "…was to have you walk out on me."
842     I Was Goin' To Leave Tomorrow Anyway Trent Tomlinson.  
843   Stoned, Cold And Blue Frankie Lee  
844     She Took A Lot Of Pills And Died Robby Fulks  
845     He Went To Sleep And The Hogs Ate Him Stanley Brothers I've heard of this really happening to a farmer in Clare
846     Don't Die While I'm Alive The Inbreds  
847     I Die A Little More Each Day Doyle Lawson and Quicksilver  
848     I've Done Enough Dyin' Today Larry Gatlin & The Gatlin Brothers  
849     When I've Sang My Last Hilbilly Song Willie Nelson  
850     Death Valley Is Just Half Way To My Home Lonnie Johnson  
851   What Can You Do To Me Now? Willie Nelson  
  Sad song      
852   Dear John (I Sent Your Saddle Home) Hank Williams Quite funny, even though it was serious
853     I've Got the Horse (She's got the saddle) Mel Tillis  
854     I Am A Man Of Constant Sorrow Soggy Bottom Boys From the movie "O Brother, Where Art Thou?"
855     My Inlaws Made an Outlaw of Me  Hank Penny  
856     It Wouldn't Be So Sad (If We Hadn't Been So Happy) Eddie Arnold  
857     It's Called A Breakup 'Cause It's Broken Wendy Wood I think this inspired a "Friends" episode, and now a book
858     The Same Thing Happened To Me John Prine His wife gave him divorce papers on Christmas day
859     She Said The Same Things To Me John Hiatt  
860   May You Never Be Alone Like Me Hank Williams  
  Saddest Songs of All Time      
861   She's Leaving Me Because She Really Wants To Lyle Lovett Julia Roberts divorced him because he was cheatin'.
862     I Truly Understand That You Love Another Man Bob Dylan? Non-judgemental, non self-pitying? Can't be a real C&W songtitle!
863     When The Vow Breaks Billy Dee  
864     The Godforsaken Hell Hole I Call Home Austin Lounge Lizards  
865     Write A Letter To My Mother Charlie Poole He died of alcohol poisoning
866     She Got The Kids And I Got The Blues Mark A Stevens "She got the *, I got the *" is a common C&W songtitle type
867     What's Your Mama's Name, Child? Tanya Tucker First unmarried mother to have a Country #1
868     Their Names Have Been Changed Kris Kirstofferson  
869     She Drew A Broken Heart Patty Loveless  
870     Mommy, Can I Still Call Him Daddy? Dottie West  
871     It's OK To Call Me Daddy Levi Mullen  
872     I Don't Call Him Daddy Doug Supernaw Great bio at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Doug_Supernaw
873     Am I Your Stepchild? Bob Dylan  
874     I Got A Letter From My Kid Today Asleep At The Wheel  
  The Saddest Song of All Time      
875   My Son Calls Another Man Daddy Hank Williams