Top 40 Hot Country Songs Of The 1960s

Below are the Top 40 Hot Country Songs in alphabetical order using the last Billboard country song chart week of each year from 1960 to 1969. These charts are created using the most popular country songs reported to Billboard by various services like country radio stations, streaming digital services, digital downloads, etc. in the United States. Over the years, the charts have gone through a series of name changes. Currently, the chart is called “Hot Country Songs”. Previous chart names included “Hot C&W Sides”, “Hot Country Singles”, and “Hot Country Singles & Tracks.”

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1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969

1960

According to Billboard, the top 3 Songs for 1960 were: Wings Of A Dove by Ferlin Husky, North To Alaska by Johnny Horton,and I Missed Me by Jim Reeves.

  1. A LITTLE GUY CALLED JOE by Stonewall Jackson
  2. A WORLD SO FULL OF LOVE by Ray Sanders
  3. ALABAM by Cowboy Copas
  4. AM I LOSING YOU by Jim Reeves
  5. ARE YOU LONESOME TONIGHT by Elvis Presley With The Jordanaires
  6. BEFORE THIS DAY ENDS by George Hamilton IV
  7. EXCUSE ME (I THINK I’VE GOT A HEARTACHE) by Buck Owens
  8. FALLEN ANGEL by Webb Pierce
  9. FORGET THE PAST by Faron Young
  10. HERE I AM DRUNK AGAIN by Clyde Beavers
  11. I MISSED ME by Jim Reeves
  12. I THINK I KNOW by Marion Worth
  13. I WISH I COULD FALL IN LOVE TODAY by Ray Price
  14. LAST DATE by Floyd Cramer
  15. LOVING YOU (WAS WORTH THIS BROKEN HEART) by Bob Gallion
  16. MY LAST DATE (WITH YOU) by Skeeter Davis
  17. NORTH TO ALASKA by Johnny Horton
  18. ONE STEP AHEAD OF MY PAST by Hank Locklin
  19. POLKA ON A BANJO by Flatt & Scruggs
  20. SEND ME THE PILLOW YOU DREAM ON by The Browns Featuring Jim Edward Brown
  21. SWEET DREAMS by Don Gibson
  22. THE BALLAD OF WILD RIVER by Gene Woods
  23. THE MOON IS CRYING by Allan Riddle
  24. THE WINDOW UP ABOVE by George Jones
  25. WALK OUT BACKWARDS by Bill Anderson
  26. WANTING YOU WITH ME TONIGHT by Jimmy Newman
  27. WINGS OF A DOVE by Ferlin Husky
  28. YOU CAN’T PICK A ROSE IN DECEMBER by Ernest
  29. YOU DON’T WANT MY LOVE by Roger Miller

1961

According to Billboard, the top 3 Songs for 1961 were: Walk On By by Leroy Van Dyke, Big Bad John by Jimmy Dean, and Crazy by Patsy Cline.

  1. (HOW CAN I WRITE ON PAPER) WHAT I FEEL IN MY HEART by Jim Reeves
  2. ALLIGATOR MAN by Jimmy C. Newman
  3. ANYWHERE THERE’S PEOPLE by Lawton Williams
  4. BACKTRACK by Faron Young
  5. BE QUIET MIND by Del Reeves
  6. BIG BAD JOHN by Jimmy Dean
  7. BIG, BIG LOVE by Wynn Stewart
  8. CRAZY by Patsy Cline
  9. DAY INTO NIGHT by Kitty Wells
  10. GO HOME by Flatt & Scruggs
  11. HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO ME by Hank Locklin
  12. HOW DO YOU TALK TO A BABY by Webb Pierce
  13. I FALL TO PIECES by Patsy Cline/Jim Reeves
  14. I WENT OUT OF MY WAY (TO MAKE YOU HAPPY) by Roy Drusky
  15. IN THE MIDDLE OF A HEARTACHE by Wanda Jackson
  16. IT’S YOUR WORLD by Marty Robbins
  17. LONESOME NUMBER ONE by Don Gibson
  18. LOSING YOUR LOVE by Jim Reeves
  19. OPTIMISTIC by Skeeter Davis
  20. SOFT RAIN by Ray Price
  21. TENDER YEARS by George Jones
  22. TENNESSEE FLAT-TOP BOX by Johnny Cash
  23. THE COMANCHEROS by Claude King
  24. THE RESTLESS ONE by Hank Snow
  25. THROUGH THAT DOOR by Ernest Tubb
  26. TO YOU AND YOURS (FROM ME AND MINE) by George Hamilton IV
  27. UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF LOVE by Buck Owens
  28. WALK ON BY by Leroy Van Dyke
  29. WALKING THE STREETS by Webb Pierce
  30. YOU’RE THE REASON by Bobby Edwards

1962

According to Billboard, the top 3 Songs for 1962 were: Don’t Let Me Cross Over by Carl Butler & Pearl, I’ve Been Everywhere by Hank Snow, and The Ballad Of Jed Clampett by Flatt & Scruggs.

  1. A GIRL I USED TO KNOW by George Jones
  2. ANOTHER DAY, ANOTHER DOLLAR by Wynn Stewart
  3. BETTER TIMES A COMIN’ by Ray Godfrey
  4. BLACK CLOUD by Leroy Van Dyke
  5. COW TOWN by Webb Pierce
  6. DOES HE MEAN THAT MUCH TO YOU? by Eddy Arnold
  7. DON’T GO NEAR THE ESKIMOS by Ben Colder
  8. DON’T LET ME CROSS OVER by Carl Butler & Pearl
  9. DOWN BY THE RIVER by Faron Young
  10. FADED LOVE by Leon McAuliffe
  11. HE STANDS REAL TALL by Del Reeves
  12. HELLO TROUBLE by Orville Couch
  13. I TAKE THE CHANCE by Ernest
  14. I’M GONNA CHANGE EVERYTHING by Jim Reeves
  15. I’VE BEEN EVERYWHERE by Hank Snow
  16. I’VE ENJOYED AS MUCH OF THIS AS I CAN STAND by Porter Wagoner
  17. KENTUCKY MEANS PARADISE by Green River Boys w/ Glen Campbell
  18. MAMA SANG A SONG by Bill Anderson
  19. MARY ANN REGRETS by Burl Ives
  20. PRIDE by Ray Price
  21. RUBY ANN by Marty Robbins
  22. SECOND HAND ROSE by Roy Drusky
  23. SING A LITTLE SONG OF HEARTACHE by Rose Maddox
  24. T FOR TEXAS by Grandpa Jones
  25. THE BALLAD OF JED CLAMPETT by Flatt & Scruggs
  26. THE END OF THE WORLD by Skeeter Davis
  27. THEN A TEAR FELL by Earl Scott
  28. WALL TO WALL LOVE by Bob Gallion
  29. WE MISSED YOU by Kitty Wells
  30. YOU’RE FOR ME by Buck Owens

1963

According to Billboard, the top 3 Songs for 1963 were: Love’s Gonna Live Here by Buck Owens, Ninety Miles An Hour (Down A Dead End Street) by Hank Snow, and Thanks A Lot by Ernest Tubb.

  1. 500 MILES AWAY FROM HOME by Bobby Bare
  2. 8 X 10 by Bill Anderson
  3. B.J. THE D.J. by Stonewall Jackson
  4. BEFORE I’M OVER YOU by Loretta Lynn
  5. BEGGING TO YOU by Marty Robbins
  6. CALL ME MR. BROWN by Skeets McDonald
  7. COWBOY BOOTS by Dave Dudley
  8. D.J. FOR A DAY by Jimmy C. Newman
  9. GOING THROUGH THE MOTIONS (OF LIVING) by Sonny James
  10. IF THE BACK DOOR COULD TALK by Webb Pierce
  11. JEALOUS HEARTED ME by Eddy Arnold
  12. LAST DAY IN THE MINES by Dave Dudley
  13. LET’S INVITE THEM OVER by George Jones & Melba Montgomery
  14. LOVE’S GONNA LIVE HERE by Buck Owens
  15. MOUNTAIN OF LOVE by David Houston
  16. NINETY MILES AN HOUR (DOWN A DEAD END STREET) by Hank Snow
  17. OLD RECORDS by Margie
  18. PEEL ME A NANNER by Roy Drusky
  19. SING A SAD SONG by Merle Haggard
  20. TALK BACK TREMBLING LIPS by Ernest
  21. THANKS A LOT by Ernest Tubb
  22. THE GREATEST ONE OF ALL by Melba Montgomery
  23. THE MATADOR by Johnny Cash
  24. THE MORNING PAPER by Billy Walker
  25. THOSE WONDERFUL YEARS by Webb Pierce
  26. TRIANGLE by Carl Smith
  27. TROUBLE IN MY ARMS by Johnny & Jonie Mosby
  28. WHAT’S IN OUR HEART by George Jones & Melba Montgomery
  29. WILD WILD WIND by Stonewall Jackson
  30. YOU’LL DRIVE ME BACK (INTO HER ARMS AGAIN) by Faron Young

1964

According to Billboard, the top 3 Songs for 1964 were: Once A Day by Connie Smith, Cross The Brazos At Waco by Billy Walker, and I Don’t Care (Just As Long As You Love Me) by Buck Owens.

  1. ANOTHER WOMAN’S MAN – ANOTHER MAN’S WOMAN by Faron Young
  2. CAUSE I BELIEVE IN YOU by Don Gibson
  3. CHUG-A-LUG by Roger Miller
  4. CROSS THE BRAZOS AT WACO by Billy Walker
  5. DO-WACKA-DO by Roger Miller
  6. DON’T BE ANGRY by Stonewall Jackson
  7. FINALLY by Kitty Wells
  8. FOUR STRONG WINDS by Bobby Bare
  9. GIVE ME 40 ACRES (TO TURN THIS RIG AROUND) by Willis
  10. GO CAT GO by Norma Jean
  11. HALF OF THIS, HALF OF THAT by Wynn Stewart
  12. HAPPY BIRTHDAY by Loretta Lynn
  13. HE CALLED ME BABY by Patsy Cline
  14. I DON’T CARE (JUST AS LONG AS YOU LOVE ME) by Buck Owens
  15. I GUESS I’M CRAZY by Jim Reeves
  16. I THANK MY LUCKY STARS by Eddy Arnold
  17. I WON’T FORGET YOU by Jim Reeves
  18. I’LL GO DOWN SWINGING by Porter Wagoner
  19. I’M GONNA TIE ONE ON TONIGHT by Wilburn Brothers
  20. IT AIN’T ME, BABE by Johnny Cash
  21. JUST BETWEEN THE TWO OF US by Merle Haggard
  22. LEAVE A LITTLE PLAY (IN THE CHAIN OF LOVE) by Bob Jennings
  23. LESS AND LESS by Charlie Louvin
  24. LONELY GIRL by Carl Smith
  25. LOVE LOOKS GOOD ON YOU by David Houston
  26. MAD by Dave Dudley
  27. MULTIPLY THE HEARTACHES by George Jones & Melba Montgomery
  28. MY FRIEND ON THE RIGHT by Faron Young
  29. ODE TO THE LITTLE BROWN SHACK OUT BACK by Billy Edd Wheeler
  30. ONCE A DAY by Connie Smith
  31. ONE OF THESE DAYS by Marty Robbins
  32. PLEASE TALK TO MY HEART by Ray Price
  33. PUSHED IN A CORNER by Ernest
  34. RINGO by Lorne Greene
  35. SITTIN’ IN AN ALL NITE CAFE by Warner Mack
  36. THE LUMBERJACK by Hal Willis
  37. THE RACE IS ON by George Jones
  38. THREE A.M. by Bill Anderson
  39. TRUCK DRIVING MAN by George Hamilton IV
  40. YOU’RE THE ONLY WORLD I KNOW by Sonny James

1965

According to Billboard, the top 3 Songs for 1965 were: Buckaroo by Buck Owens and The Buckaroos, Make The World Go Away by Eddy Arnold, and Giddyup Go by Red Sovine.

  1. A PICTURE THAT’S NEW by George Morgan
  2. A-11 by Johnny Paycheck
  3. ARTIFICIAL ROSE by Jimmy Newman
  4. BABY by Wilma Burgess
  5. BEFORE THE RING ON YOUR FINGER TURNS GREEN by Dottie West
  6. BEHIND THE TEAR by Sonny James
  7. BUCKAROO by Buck Owens and The Buckaroos
  8. DON’T YOU EVER GET TIRED OF HURTING ME by Willie Nelson & Ray Price
  9. ENGLAND SWINGS by Roger Miller
  10. FLOWERS ON THE WALL by The Statler Brothers
  11. GIDDYUP GO by Red Sovine
  12. HANK WILLIAMS’ GUITAR by Freddie Hart
  13. HAPPY TO BE WITH YOU by Johnny Cash
  14. HELLO VIETNAM by Johnny Wright
  15. I WILL NOT BLOW OUT THE LIGHT by Marion Worth
  16. IF I TALK TO HIM by Connie Smith
  17. IF THIS HOUSE COULD TALK by Stonewall Jackson
  18. IF YOU WANT A LOVE by Buck Owens
  19. IT’S ANOTHER WORLD by Wilburn Brothers
  20. KANSAS CITY STAR by Roger Miller
  21. LITTLE BUDDY by Claude King
  22. LIVIN’ IN A HOUSE FULL OF LOVE by David Houston
  23. LOVEBUG by George Jones
  24. MAKE THE WORLD GO AWAY by Eddy Arnold
  25. MAY THE BIRD OF PARADISE FLY UP YOUR NOSE by Little Jimmy Dickens
  26. MORE THAN YESTERDAY by Slim Whitman
  27. MY DREAMS by Faron Young
  28. SITTIN’ ON A ROCK (CRYING IN A CREEK) by Warner Mack
  29. TAKE ME by George Jones
  30. TALK ME SOME SENSE by Bobby Bare
  31. THE HOME YOU’RE TEARIN’ DOWN by Loretta Lynn
  32. TRUE LOVE’S A BLESSING by Sonny James
  33. WATCH WHERE YOU’RE GOING by Don Gibson
  34. WHAT KINDA DEAL IS THIS by Bill Carlisle
  35. WHAT WE’RE FIGHTING FOR by Dave Dudley
  36. WHILE YOU’RE DANCING by Marty Robbins
  37. WHITE LIGHTNIN’ EXPRESS by Roy Drusky
  38. WOMEN DO FUNNY THINGS TO ME by Del Reeves
  39. WRITE ME A PICTURE by George Hamilton IV
  40. YOU FINALLY SAID SOMETHING GOOD (WHEN YOU SAID GOODBYE) by Charlie Louvin

1966

According to Billboard, the top 3 Songs for 1966 were: There Goes My Everything by Jack Greene, Somebody Like Me by Eddy Arnold, and The Hurtin’s All Over by Connie Smith.

  1. (THAT’S WHAT YOU GET) FOR LOVIN’ ME by Waylon Jennings
  2. A WANDERIN’ MAN by Jeannie Seely
  3. ANOTHER STORY by Ernest Tubb
  4. BEAR WITH ME A LITTLE LONGER by Billy Walker
  5. CALL HER YOUR SWEETHEART by Frank Ifield
  6. DON’T COME HOME A’DRINKIN’ (WITH LOVIN’ ON YOUR MIND) by Loretta Lynn
  7. DON’T LET THAT DOORKNOB HIT YOU by Norma Jean
  8. FUNNY, FAMILIAR, FORGOTTEN, FEELINGS by Don Gibson
  9. HOW LONG HAS IT BEEN by Bobby Lewis
  10. HULA LOVE by Hank Snow
  11. HURT HER ONCE FOR ME by Wilburn Brothers
  12. I GET THE FEVER by Bill Anderson
  13. I NEVER HAD THE ONE I WANTED by Claude Gray
  14. IF THE WHOLE WORLD STOPPED LOVIN’ by Roy Drusky
  15. JUST BETWEEN YOU AND ME by Country Charley Pride
  16. MISTY BLUE by Wilma Burgess
  17. MOTEL TIME AGAIN by Johnny Paycheck
  18. MR. DO-IT-YOURSELF by Jean Shepard
  19. MR. SHORTY by Marty Robbins
  20. ONCE by Ferlin Husky
  21. OPEN UP YOUR HEART by Buck Owens
  22. OUR SIDE by Van Trevor
  23. SAD FACE by Ernie Ashworth
  24. SEVEN DAYS OF CRYING (MAKES ONE WEAK) by The Harden Trio
  25. SOMEBODY LIKE ME by Eddy Arnold
  26. STAND BESIDE ME by Jimmy Dean
  27. STATESIDE by Mel Tillis
  28. SWEET THANG by Nat Stuckey
  29. THAT’LL BE THE DAY by The Statler Brothers
  30. THE BOTTLE LET ME DOWN by Merle Haggard
  31. THE GAME OF TRIANGLES by Bobby Bare
  32. THE HURTIN’S ALL OVER by Connie Smith
  33. THE WIFE OF THE PARTY by Liz Anderson
  34. THERE GOES MY EVERYTHING by Jack Greene
  35. THIS MUST BE THE BOTTOM by Del Reeves
  36. TOUCH MY HEART by Ray Price
  37. UNMITIGATED GALL by Faron Young
  38. WHERE COULD I GO? (BUT TO HER) by David Houston
  39. WHERE IS THE CIRCUS by Hank Thompson
  40. WHERE’D YA STAY LAST NIGHT by Webb Pierce

1967

According to Billboard, the top 3 Songs for 1967  were: For Loving You by Bill Anderson, What Locks The Door by Jack Greene, and It Takes People Like You (To Make People Like Me) by Buck Owens

  1. A DIME AT A TIME by Del Reeves
  2. A GIRL DON’T HAVE TO DRINK TO HAVE FUN by Wanda Jackson
  3. ANNA, I’M TAKING YOU HOME by Leon Ashley
  4. ANYTHING LEAVING TOWN TODAY by Dave Dudley
  5. BLUE LONELY WINTER by Jimmy Newman
  6. BOTTLE, BOTTLE by Jim Ed Brown
  7. BURNING A HOLE IN MY MIND by Connie Smith
  8. BY THE TIME I GET TO PHOENIX by Glen Campbell
  9. DOES MY RING HURT YOUR FINGER by Country Charley Pride
  10. EVERYBODY OUGHTA SING A SONG by Dallas Frazier
  11. FOR LOVING YOU by Bill Anderson
  12. HEAVEN HELP THE WORKING GIRL by Norma Jean
  13. HERE COMES HEAVEN by Eddy Arnold
  14. I DON’T WANNA PLAY HOUSE by Tammy Wynette
  15. I DOUBT IT by Bobby Lewis
  16. I HEARD A HEART BREAK LAST NIGHT by Jim Reeves
  17. I WOULDN’T TAKE HER TO A DOGFIGHT by Charlie
  18. I’D GIVE THE WORLD (TO BE BACK LOVING YOU) by Warner Mack
  19. I’LL LOVE YOU MORE (THAN YOU NEED) by Jeannie Seely
  20. I’M A SWINGER by Jimmy Dean
  21. IF MY HEART HAD WINDOWS by George Jones
  22. IT TAKES PEOPLE LIKE YOU (TO MAKE PEOPLE LIKE ME) by Buck Owens
  23. JUANITA JONES by Stu Phillips
  24. LOVE’S DEAD END by Bill Phillips
  25. LOVE’S GONNA HAPPEN TO ME by Wynn Stewart
  26. PROMISES, PROMISES by Lynn Anderson
  27. ROSANNA’S GOING WILD by Johnny Cash
  28. SING ME BACK HOME by Merle Haggard
  29. SKIP A ROPE by Henson Cargill
  30. THE BALLAD OF WATERHOLE #3 (CODE OF THE WEST) by Roger Miller
  31. THE COUNTRY HALL OF FAME by Hank Locklin
  32. THE LAST THING ON MY MIND by Porter Wagoner And Dolly Parton
  33. THE ONLY WAY OUT (IS TO WALK OVER ME) by Charlie Louvin
  34. THE PINEY WOOD HILLS by Bobby Bare
  35. TUPELO MISSISSIPPI FLASH by Jerry Reed
  36. WEAKNESS IN A MAN by Roy Drusky
  37. WHAT KIND OF A GIRL (DO YOU THINK I AM?) by Loretta Lynn
  38. WHAT LOCKS THE DOOR by Jack Greene
  39. WONDERFUL WORLD OF WOMEN by Faron Young
  40. YOU MEAN THE WORLD TO ME by David Houston

1968

According to Billboard, the top 3 Songs for 1968 were: Wichita Lineman by Glen Campbell, Where Love Used To Live by David Houston, and Your Squaw Is On The Warpath by Loretta Lynn.

  1. A HAMMER AND NAILS by Jimmy Dean
  2. AGE OF WORRY by Billy Walker
  3. ANGRY WORDS by Stonewall Jackson
  4. BALLAD OF FORTY DOLLARS by Tom T. Hall
  5. BALLAD OF TWO BROTHERS by Autry Inman
  6. BORN TO BE WITH YOU by Sonny James
  7. BRING ME SUNSHINE by Willie Nelson
  8. DADDY SANG BASS by Johnny Cash
  9. DON’T WAKE ME I’M DREAMING by Warner Mack
  10. EVER CHANGING MIND by Don Gibson
  11. FLATTERY WILL GET YOU EVERYWHERE by Lynn Anderson
  12. I TAKE A LOT OF PRIDE IN WHAT I AM by Merle Haggard
  13. I WALK ALONE by Marty Robbins
  14. I WANT ONE by Jack Reno
  15. I WAS WITH RED FOLEY (THE NIGHT HE PASSED AWAY) by Luke The Drifter, Jr
  16. I’VE GOT YOU ON MY MIND AGAIN by Buck Owens
  17. IN THE GOOD OLD DAYS (WHEN TIMES WERE BAD) by Dolly Parton
  18. LET THE CHIPS FALL by Charley Pride
  19. LITTLE ARROWS by Leapy Lee
  20. MY SON by Jan Howard
  21. PLASTIC SADDLE by Nat Stuckey
  22. PLEASE LET ME PROVE (MY LOVE FOR YOU) by Dave Dudley
  23. SATURDAY NIGHT by Webb Pierce
  24. SHE WEARS MY RING by Ray Price
  25. SMOKY THE BAR by Hank Thompson
  26. STAND BY YOUR MAN by Tammy Wynette
  27. THE CARROLL COUNTY ACCIDENT by Porter Wagoner
  28. THE GIRL MOST LIKELY by Jeannie C. Riley
  29. THE TOWN THAT BROKE MY HEART by Bobby Bare
  30. THEY DON’T MAKE LOVE LIKE THEY USED TO by Eddy Arnold
  31. THREE SIX PACKS, TWO ARMS AND A JUKE BOX by Johnny Sea
  32. VANCE by Roger Miller
  33. WHAT ARE THOSE THINGS (WITH BIG BLACK WINGS) by Charlie Louvin
  34. WHEN THE GRASS GROWS OVER ME by George Jones
  35. WHEN YOU ARE GONE by Jim Reeves
  36. WHERE LOVE USED TO LIVE by David Houston
  37. WICHITA LINEMAN by Glen Campbell
  38. WOMAN WITHOUT LOVE by Johnny Darrell
  39. YOUR SQUAW IS ON THE WARPATH by Loretta Lynn
  40. YOURS LOVE by Waylon Jennings

1969

According to Billboard, the top 3 Songs for 1969 were: (I’m So) Afraid Of Losing You Again by Charley Pride, Baby, Baby (I Know You’re A Lady) by David Houston, and If It’s All The Same To You by Bill Anderson.

  1. (I’M SO) AFRAID OF LOSING YOU AGAIN by Charley Pride
  2. A WEEK IN A COUNTRY JAIL by Tom T. Hall
  3. A WORLD CALLED YOU by David Rogers
  4. APRIL’S FOOL by Ray Price
  5. BABY, BABY (I KNOW YOU’RE A LADY) by David Houston
  6. BACK IN THE ARMS OF LOVE by Jack Greene
  7. BIG IN VEGAS by Buck Owens and The Buckaroos
  8. BLISTERED/SEE RUBY FALL by Johnny Cash
  9. BROWN EYED HANDSOME MAN by Waylon Jennings
  10. CAMELIA by Marty Robbins
  11. CAROLINA IN MY MIND by George Hamilton IV
  12. DOWN IN THE BOONDOCKS by Freddy Weller
  13. DOWN IN THE BOONDOCKS by Penny Dehaven
  14. EVERY STEP OF THE WAY by Ferlin Husky
  15. FRIEND, LOVER, WOMAN, WIFE by Claude King
  16. GINGER IS GENTLE AND WAITING FOR ME/DRINK BOYS, DRINK by Jim Ed Brown
  17. GOD BLESS AMERICA AGAIN by Bobby Bare
  18. HE’D STILL LOVE ME by Lynn Anderson
  19. I FALL TO PIECES by Diana Trask
  20. IF IT’S ALL THE SAME TO YOU by Bill Anderson
  21. JUST SOMEONE I USED TO KNOW by Porter Wagoner And Dolly Parton
  22. LITTLE BOY SAD by Bill Phillips
  23. LODI by Buddy Alan
  24. LOVE AIN’T NEVER GONNA BE NO BETTER by Webb Pierce
  25. NOBODY’S FOOL/WHY DO I LOVE YOU (MELODY OF LOVE) by Jim Reeves
  26. OKIE FROM MUSKOGEE by Merle Haggard And The Strangers
  27. ONE MINUTE PAST ETERNITY by Jerry Lee Lewis
  28. RAINBOW GIRL by Bobby Lord
  29. RIGHT OR LEFT AT OAK STREET by Roy Clark
  30. SHE EVEN WOKE ME UP TO SAY GOODBYE by Jerry Lee Lewis
  31. SHE’S MINE/NO BLUES IS GOOD NEWS by George Jones
  32. SIX WHITE HORSES by Tommy Cash
  33. THERE’S A STORY (GOIN’ ‘ROUND) by Dottie West
  34. THINKING ‘BOUT YOU, BABE by Billy Walker
  35. TRY A LITTLE KINDNESS by Glen Campbell
  36. WHEN YOU’RE HOT YOU’RE HOT by Porter Wagoner
  37. WINGS UPON YOUR HORNS by Loretta Lynn
  38. WISH I DIDN’T HAVE TO MISS YOU by Jack Greene
  39. YOU AND YOUR SWEET LOVE by Connie Smith
  40. YOUR TIME’S COMIN’ by Faron Young

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