9 Of The Greatest Love Songs In Country Music History

"Kiss An Angel Good Mornin'," Charley Pride

Released in 1971, this crossover hit by Charley Pride remains a beloved country love song, covered by artists like George Jones and Alan Jackson.

"Hello Darlin'," Conway Twitty

Conway Twitty's 1970 hit "Hello Darlin'" is a timeless love song, earning a place in the Grammy Hall of Fame in 1999.

"When You Say Nothing At All," Keith Whitley

Originally released by Keith Whitley in 1988, this classic country love song reached #1 just months before Whitley's passing in 1989.

"It's Your Love," Tim McGraw & Faith Hill

Tim McGraw and Faith Hill's 1997 duet "It's Your Love" showcases their real-life chemistry, adding authenticity to this romantic track.

"I Cross My Heart," George Strait

Featured in the film "Pure Country," George Strait's "I Cross My Heart" remains one of his most iconic songs since its release in 1992.

"Ring of Fire," Johnny Cash

Johnny Cash's 1963 hit "Ring of Fire," co-written by June Carter, topped the charts and symbolized the couple's deep love, enduring until Carter's passing in 2003.

"I Will Always Love You," Dolly Parton

Dolly Parton's iconic "I Will Always Love You," written amid professional turmoil, became a timeless classic, famously covered by Whitney Houston.

"You're Still The One," Shania Twain

Shania Twain's 1998 hit "You're Still The One" celebrates enduring love, topping charts and becoming a staple at weddings and anniversaries.

"Forever and Ever Amen," Randy Travis

Randy Travis's 1987 hit "Forever and Ever Amen" promises eternal love, earning critical acclaim and awards, including a Grammy and CMA Award.