The scene of life when someone walks into a dusty tavern with a slow, sad song playing on the jukebox. It sounds like the record is too old and might not continue spinning. The evening on the porch with the slow, but happy song playing as the sun sets over the horizon. A cool breeze blowing across the grass across the backyard. Slow country songs are something country fans love. This list was going to be songs. We start it off with one of the greatest country singers of all time. Ronnie could sing any kind of song and that includes slow country songs. This one always seemed to be a unique one.
199. He Didn’t Have To Be, Brad Paisley
198. She Believes In Me, Kenny Rogers
Through the hillbilly music of the s, the honky-tonk of the Forties and Fifties, the Bakersfield movement of the Sixties, bluegrass, Western swing, outlaw and contemporary pop, country songs still continue to break our hearts. So grab a few tissues and check out our list of the 40 saddest country songs ever written. But when the latter left the studio, however, Cline made sure that it wouldn't reach anyone else. According to Howard's wife Jan, Cline hated the song and refused to record it. While the song's restrained honky-tonk beat emanates composure, Cline tries her best to do the same, keeping herself together in the presence of an old love wants her to be just his friend. Lyricist Brent Baxter's mother was an English teacher who used the phrase "as empty as a Monday morning church" to explain poetry to her students.
Sometimes we just want to slow down and take a listen to great slow song with even better lyrics. Often these songs can be uplifting, they can help us understand, and sometimes they can just make us sad. Regardless, often a slow song can speak to us more than an upbeat one. The best country slow country songs are often the most moving of these songs because they tell a familiar and relatable story about love or loss. What's the best slow country song?
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