Top 40 Hot Country Songs Of The 1970s

Below are the Top 40 Hot Country Songs in alphabetical order using the last Billboard country song chart week of each year from 1970 to 1979. 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.”

Table of Contents

1970
1971
1972
1973
1974
1975
1976
1977
1978
1979

1970

According to Billboard, the top 3 Songs for 1970 were: Rose Garden by Lynn Anderson, Coal Miner’s Daughter by Loretta Lynn, and A Good Year For The Roses by George Jones.

  1. (DON’T LET THE SUN SET ON YOU) TULSA by Waylon Jennings
  2. A GOOD YEAR FOR THE ROSES by George Jones
  3. AFTER CLOSING TIME by David Houston
  4. AMOS MOSES/THE PREACHER AND THE BEAR by Jerry Reed
  5. BED OF ROSES by The Statler Brothers
  6. BIG RIVER by Trick Pony Featuring Johnny Cash & Waylon Jennings
  7. COAL MINER’S DAUGHTER by Loretta Lynn
  8. COMMERCIAL AFFECTION by Mel Tillis
  9. COWBOY CONVENTION by Buddy Alan & Don Rich
  10. DAY DRINKIN’ by Dave Dudley
  11. DRAG ‘EM OFF THE INTERSTATE, SOCK IT TO ‘EM, J.P. BLUES by Dick Curless
  12. ENDLESSLY by Sonny James
  13. FIFTEEN YEARS AGO by Conway Twitty
  14. FLESH AND BLOOD by Johnny Cash
  15. FOREVER YOURS by Dottie West
  16. GOIN’ STEADY by Faron Young
  17. GONE GIRL by The Glaser Brothers
  18. GUESS WHO by Slim Whitman
  19. I CAN’T BE MYSELF/SIDEWALKS OF CHICAGO by Merle Haggard
  20. I CAN’T BELIEVE THAT YOU’VE STOPPED LOVING ME by Charley Pride
  21. I STAYED LONG ENOUGH by Billie Jo Spears
  22. I WOULDN’T LIVE IN NEW YORK CITY (IF THEY GAVE ME THE WHOLE DANG TOWN) by Buck Owens
  23. I’M ALRIGHT by Lynn Anderson
  24. IT’S ONLY MAKE BELIEVE by Glen Campbell
  25. JOSHUA by Dolly Parton
  26. LET ME GO (SET ME FREE) by Johnny Duncan
  27. MARY’S VINEYARD by Claude King
  28. MORNING by Jim Ed Brown
  29. PADRE by Marty Robbins
  30. RAININ’ IN MY HEART by Hank Williams, Jr. w/ The Mike Curb Congregation
  31. ROSE GARDEN by Lynn Anderson
  32. SHE GOES WALKING THROUGH MY MIND by Billy Walker
  33. SOMETHING TO BRAG ABOUT by Charlie Louvin & Melba Montgomery
  34. SOMETHING UNSEEN/WHAT’S THE USE by Jack Greene
  35. SUSPICIOUS MINDS by Waylon Jennings And Jessi Colter
  36. THE TEARS ON LINCOLN’S FACE by Tommy Cash
  37. THE WONDERS YOU PERFORM by Tammy Wynette
  38. WAITING FOR A TRAIN (ALL AROUND THE WATERTANK) by Jerry Lee Lewis
  39. WHERE HAVE ALL OUR HEROES GONE by Bill Anderson
  40. WILLY JONES by Susan Raye

1971

According to Billboard, the top 3 Songs for 1971 were: Kiss An Angel Good Mornin’ by Charley Pride, Would You Take Another Chance On Me/Me And Bobby McGee by Jerry Lee Lewis, and She’s All I Got by Johnny Paycheck.

  1. (I’VE GOT A) HAPPY HEART by Susan Raye
  2. A CHAIN DON’T TAKE TO ME by Bob Luman
  3. ALL I EVER NEED IS YOU by Ray Sanders
  4. ANOTHER NIGHT OF LOVE by Freddy Weller
  5. BABY, I’M YOURS by Jody Miller
  6. BABY’S SMILE, WOMAN’S KISS by Johnny Duncan
  7. BRING HIM SAFELY HOME TO ME by Sandy Posey
  8. BURNING THE MIDNIGHT OIL by Porter Wagoner And Dolly Parton
  9. CAROLYN by Merle Haggard
  10. CATCH THE WIND by Jack Barlow
  11. COUNTRY GREEN by Don Gibson
  12. DADDY FRANK (THE GUITAR MAN) by Merle Haggard
  13. DIS-SATISFIED by Bill Anderson
  14. EARLY MORNING SUNSHINE by Marty Robbins
  15. HERE COMES HONEY AGAIN by Sonny James
  16. HITCHIN’ A RIDE by Jack Reno
  17. I ALREADY KNOW (WHAT I’M GETTING FOR MY BIRTHDAY) by Wanda Jackson
  18. I CAN’T SEE ME WITHOUT YOU by Conway Twitty
  19. I’M A TRUCK by Red Simpson
  20. I’M SORRY IF MY LOVE GOT IN YOUR WAY by Connie Smith
  21. I’VE COME AWFUL CLOSE by Hank Thompson
  22. IT’S FOUR IN THE MORNING by Faron Young
  23. KISS AN ANGEL GOOD MORNIN’ by Charley Pride
  24. LEAD ME ON by Loretta Lynn & Conway Twitty
  25. LIVING AND LEARNING by Mel Tillis
  26. MAIDEN’S PRAYER/HOME SWEET HOME by David Houston
  27. ONE’S ON THE WAY by Loretta Lynn
  28. PAPA WAS A GOOD MAN by Johnny Cash
  29. RECONSIDER ME by John Wesley Ryles, I
  30. ROSES AND THORNS by Jeannie C. Riley
  31. RUBY YOU’RE WARM by David Rogers
  32. SHE’S ALL I GOT by Johnny Paycheck
  33. SOMEWHERE IN VIRGINIA IN THE RAIN by Jack Blanchard & Misty Morgan
  34. THE MORNIN’ AFTER BABY LET ME DOWN by Ray Griff
  35. THE NIGHT THEY DROVE OLD DIXIE DOWN by Alice Creech
  36. THINK AGAIN by Patti Page
  37. TOO OLD TO CUT THE MUSTARD by Buck Owens
  38. TRACES OF A WOMAN by Billy Walker
  39. WOULD YOU TAKE ANOTHER CHANCE ON ME/ME AND BOBBY MCGEE by Jerry Lee Lewis
  40. YOU BETTER MOVE ON by Billy “Crash” Craddock

1972

According to Billboard, the top 3 Songs for 1972 were: She’s Got To Be A Saint by Ray Price, Got The All Overs For You (All Over Me) by Freddie Hart, and Heaven Is My Woman’s Love by Tommy Overstreet.

  1. (OLD DOGS-CHILDREN AND) WATERMELON WINE by Tom T. Hall
  2. A PICTURE OF ME (WITHOUT YOU) by George Jones
  3. AFRAID I’LL WANT TO LOVE HER ONE MORE TIME by Billy “Crash” Craddock
  4. ALL HEAVEN BREAKS LOOSE by David Rogers
  5. ANY OLD WIND THAT BLOWS by Johnny Cash
  6. CATFISH JOHN by Johnny Russell
  7. DO YOU KNOW WHAT IT’S LIKE TO BE LONESOME by Jerry Wallace
  8. EVERYBODY NEEDS LOVIN’ by Norro Wilson
  9. FOOL ME by Lynn Anderson
  10. GOT THE ALL OVERS FOR YOU (ALL OVER ME) by Freddie Hart
  11. HEAVEN IS MY WOMAN’S LOVE by Tommy Overstreet
  12. HOLDIN’ ON (TO THE LOVE I GOT) by Barbara Mandrell
  13. I REALLY DON’T WANT TO KNOW by Charlie Mccoy
  14. I WONDER IF THEY EVER THINK OF ME by Merle Haggard
  15. IS THIS THE BEST I’M GONNA FEEL by Don Gibson
  16. KATY DID by Porter Wagoner
  17. LISTEN by Tommy Cash
  18. LONELY WOMEN MAKE GOOD LOVERS by Bob Luman
  19. LOVE’S THE ANSWER/THE JAMESTOWN FERRY by Tanya Tucker
  20. LOVIN’ ON BACK STREETS by Mel Street
  21. NEON ROSE by Mel Tillis
  22. PASS ME BY (IF YOU’RE ONLY PASSING THROUGH) by Johnny Rodriguez
  23. PRETEND I NEVER HAPPENED by Waylon Jennings
  24. PRIDE’S NOT HARD TO SWALLOW by Hank Williams Jr.
  25. RATED “X” by Loretta Lynn
  26. RHYTHM OF THE RAIN by Pat Roberts
  27. SATISFACTION by Jack Greene
  28. SHE LOVES ME (RIGHT OUT OF MY MIND) by Freddy Weller
  29. SHE NEEDS SOMEONE TO HOLD HER (WHEN SHE CRIES) by Conway Twitty
  30. SHE’S GOT TO BE A SAINT by Ray Price
  31. SHE’S MY ROCK by Stoney Edwards
  32. SHE’S TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE by Charley Pride
  33. SING ME A LOVE SONG TO BABY by Billy Walker
  34. SOUL SONG by Joe Stampley
  35. THE LORD KNOWS I’M DRINKING by Cal Smith
  36. THIS MUCH A MAN by Marty Robbins
  37. TO KNOW HIM IS TO LOVE HIM by Jody Miller
  38. WHITE SILVER SANDS by Sonny James
  39. WHO’S GONNA PLAY THIS OLD PIANO by Jerry Lee Lewis
  40. WHOLE LOTTA LOVING by Hank Williams, Jr. & Lois Johnson

1973

According to Billboard, the top 3 Songs for 1973 were: If We Make It Through December by Merle Haggard, Amazing Love by Charley Pride, and Somewhere Between Love And Tomorrow.

  1. AIN’T LOVE A GOOD THING by Connie Smith
  2. ALL IN THE NAME OF LOVE by Narvel Felts
  3. AMAZING LOVE by Charley Pride
  4. ATTA WAY TO GO by Don Williams
  5. BIFF, THE FRIENDLY PURPLE BEAR by Dick Feller
  6. BIG GAME HUNTER by Buck Owens
  7. GOT LEAVING ON HER MIND by Nat Stuckey
  8. HEY LORETTA by Loretta Lynn
  9. I BELIEVE IN THE SUNSHINE by Roger Miller
  10. I LOVE by Tom T. Hall
  11. I’LL NEVER BREAK THESE CHAINS by Tommy Overstreet
  12. IF WE MAKE IT THROUGH DECEMBER by Merle Haggard
  13. IF YOU CAN’T FEEL IT (IT AIN’T THERE) by Freddie Hart
  14. JOLENE by Dolly Parton
  15. JUST ONE MORE SONG by Jack Blanchard & Misty Morgan
  16. LET ME BE THERE by Olivia Newton-John
  17. LET’S GO ALL THE WAY TONIGHT by Mel Tillis
  18. LOVE ME/CRAWLING ON MY KNEES by Marty Robbins
  19. LOVIN’ ON BORROWED TIME by Mel Street
  20. ONCE YOU’VE HAD THE BEST by George Jones
  21. PICK THE WILDWOOD FLOWER by Johnny Cash
  22. RELEASE ME by Charlie Mccoy
  23. ROSIE CRIES A LOT by Ferlin Husky
  24. SHE MET A STRANGER, I MET A TRAIN by Tommy Cash
  25. SING ABOUT LOVE by Lynn Anderson
  26. SOME OLD CALIFORNIA MEMORY by Henson Cargill
  27. SOMEWHERE BETWEEN LOVE AND TOMORROW by Roy Clark
  28. SONG AND DANCE MAN by Johnny Paycheck
  29. STILL LOVING YOU by Bob Luman
  30. SWEET BECKY WALKER by Larry Gatlin
  31. THAT GIRL WHO WAITS ON TABLES by Ronnie Milsap
  32. THE BAPTISM OF JESSE TAYLOR by Johnny Russell
  33. THE HOUSE OF THE RISING SUN by Jody Miller
  34. THE LADY OF THE NIGHT by David Houston
  35. THE LAST LOVE SONG by Hank Williams Jr.
  36. THE MOST BEAUTIFUL GIRL by Charlie Rich
  37. THE RIVER’S TOO WIDE by Jim Mundy
  38. TOO MANY MEMORIES by Bobby Lewis
  39. WORLD OF MAKE BELIEVE by Bill Anderson
  40. YOU ASK ME TO by Waylon Jennings

1974

According to Billboard, the top 3 Songs for 1974 were: What A Man, My Man Is by Lynn Anderson, The Door by George Jones, and Kentucky Gambler by Merle Haggard.

  1. (I’D BE) A LEGEND IN MY TIME by Ronnie Milsap
  2. ANGELS ARE HARD TO FIND by Hank Williams Jr.
  3. ANOTHER YOU by Faron Young
  4. CITY LIGHTS by Mickey Gilley
  5. DEVIL IN THE BOTTLE by T.G. Sheppard
  6. EASY TO LOVE by Hank Snow
  7. FOR A MINUTE THERE by Johnny Paycheck
  8. FORBIDDEN ANGEL by Mel Street
  9. GET ON MY LOVE TRAIN by La Costa
  10. GREAT EXPECTATIONS by Buck Owens
  11. HE CAN’T FILL MY SHOES by Jerry Lee Lewis
  12. HERE WE GO AGAIN by Brian Shaw
  13. I CAN HELP by Billy Swan
  14. I WONDER WHOSE BABY (YOU ARE NOW) by Jerry Wallace
  15. I’VE GOT MY BABY ON MY MIND by Connie Smith
  16. IT WAS ALWAYS SO EASY (TO FIND AN UNHAPPY WOMAN) by Moe Bandy
  17. IT’S MIDNIGHT/PROMISED LAND by Elvis Presley
  18. IT’S TIME TO PAY THE FIDDLER by Cal Smith
  19. KENTUCKY GAMBLER by Merle Haggard
  20. LIKE OLD TIMES AGAIN by Ray Price
  21. LITTLE GIRL FEELING by Barbara Fairchild
  22. MEMORY MAKER by Mel Tillis
  23. MY WOMAN’S MAN by Freddie Hart
  24. OUT OF HAND by Gary Stewart
  25. POOR SWEET BABY by Jean Shepard
  26. ROCK ON BABY by Brenda Lee
  27. RUBY, BABY by Billy “Crash” Craddock
  28. SHE CALLED ME BABY by Charlie Rich
  29. SINGIN’ IN THE KITCHEN by Bobby Bare
  30. SOMEONE CARES FOR YOU by Red Steagall
  31. SON OF A ROTTEN GAMBLER by Anne Murray
  32. SUSAN WHEN SHE TRIED by The Statler Brothers
  33. THAT’S THE WAY LOVE SHOULD BE by Brian Collins
  34. THE DOOR by George Jones
  35. THE TIES THAT BIND by Don Williams
  36. THEN WHO AM I by Charley Pride
  37. U.S. OF A by Donna Fargo
  38. WE’RE OVER by Johnny Rodriguez
  39. WHAT A MAN, MY MAN IS by Lynn Anderson
  40. WRONG ROAD AGAIN by Crystal Gayle

1975

According to Billboard, the top 3 Songs for 1975 were: Convoy by C.W. McCall, Easy As Pie by Billy “Crash” Craddock, and Country Boy (you Got Your Feet In L.a.) by Glen Campbell.

  1. AMAZING GRACE (USED TO BE HER FAVORITE SONG) by Amazing Rhythm Aces
  2. CONVOY by C.W. McCall
  3. COUNTRY BOY (YOU GOT YOUR FEET IN L.A.) by Glen Campbell
  4. COWBOYS AND DADDYS by Bobby Bare
  5. DANCE HER BY ME (ONE MORE TIME) by Jacky Ward
  6. DON’T BELIEVE MY HEART CAN STAND ANOTHER YOU by Tanya Tucker
  7. EASY AS PIE by Billy “Crash” Craddock
  8. FIRE AND RAIN by Willie Nelson
  9. FLY AWAY by John Denver
  10. GREENER THAN THE GRASS (WE LAID ON) by Tanya Tucker
  11. I’LL BE YOUR SAN ANTONE ROSE by Dottsy
  12. IT’S ALL IN THE MOVIES by Merle Haggard
  13. JASON’S FARM by Cal Smith
  14. JUST IN CASE by Ronnie Milsap
  15. LET IT SHINE by Olivia Newton-John
  16. LOOKING FOR TOMORROW (AND FINDIN’ YESTERDAYS) by Mel Tillis
  17. LOVE PUT A SONG IN MY HEART by Johnny Rodriguez
  18. LYIN’ EYES by Eagles
  19. MAMAS DON’T LET YOUR BABIES GROW UP TO BE COWBOYS by Ed Bruce
  20. ME AND OLE C.B. by Dave Dudley
  21. OVERNIGHT SENSATION by Mickey Gilley
  22. PARADISE by Lynn Anderson
  23. QUEEN OF THE SILVER DOLLAR by Dave Rowland And Sugar
  24. SECRET LOVE by Freddy Fender
  25. SILVER WINGS + GOLDEN RINGS by Billie Jo Spears
  26. SINCE I MET YOU BABY by Freddy Fender
  27. SOMEBODY HOLD ME (UNTIL SHE PASSES BY) by Narvel Felts
  28. SOMEBODY LOVES YOU by Crystal Gayle
  29. SOMETIMES by Bill Anderson & Mary Lou Turner
  30. SOMETIMES I TALK IN MY SLEEP by Randy Cornor
  31. STONED AT THE JUKEBOX by Hank Williams Jr.
  32. TEXAS 1947 by Johnny Cash
  33. THE BLIND MAN IN THE BLEACHERS by Kenny Starr
  34. THE HAPPINESS OF HAVING YOU by Charley Pride
  35. THE MAN ON PAGE 602 by Zoot Fenster
  36. THIS TIME I’VE HURT HER MORE THAN SHE LOVES ME by Conway Twitty
  37. WARM SIDE OF YOU by Freddie Hart
  38. WESTERN MAN by La Costa
  39. WHEN THE TINGLE BECOMES A CHILL by Loretta Lynn
  40. WHERE LOVE BEGINS by Gene Watson

1976

According to Billboard, the top 3 Songs for 1976 were: Thinkin’ Of A Rendezvous by Johnny Duncan, She Never Knew Me by Don Williams, and Lawdy Miss Clawdy by Mickey Gilley.

  1. (ONE MORE YEAR OF) DADDY’S LITTLE GIRL by Ray Sawyer
  2. 9, 0, 0 TEARS by Dickey Lee
  3. A LITTLE AT A TIME by Sunday Sharpe
  4. ARE YOU READY FOR THE COUNTRY by Waylon Jennings
  5. BABY BOY by Mary Kay Place As Loretta Haggers
  6. BROKEN DOWN IN TINY PIECES by Billy “Crash” Craddock
  7. C.B. SAVAGE by Rod Hart
  8. CHEATIN’ IS by Barbara Fairchild
  9. DON’T BE ANGRY by Donna Fargo
  10. EVERY FACE TELLS A STORY by Olivia Newton-John
  11. EVERYTHING I OWN by Joe Stampley
  12. FOX ON THE RUN by Tom T. Hall
  13. GOOD WOMAN BLUES by Mel Tillis
  14. HANGIN’ ON by Vern Gosdin
  15. HILLBILLY HEART by Johnny Rodriguez
  16. I CAN’T BELIEVE SHE GIVES IT ALL TO ME by Conway Twitty
  17. I’M ALL WRAPPED UP IN YOU by Don Gibson
  18. LAURA (WHAT’S HE GOT THAT I AIN’T GOT) by Kenny Rogers
  19. LAWDY MISS CLAWDY by Mickey Gilley
  20. LET MY LOVE BE YOUR PILLOW by Ronnie Milsap
  21. LIARS ONE, BELIEVERS ZERO by Bill Anderson
  22. LOOKING OUT MY WINDOW THROUGH THE PAIN by Mel Street
  23. MY GOOD THING’S GONE by Narvel Felts
  24. NEVER DID LIKE WHISKEY by Billie Jo Spears
  25. OLD TIME FEELING by Johnny Cash & June Carter Cash
  26. SAYING HELLO, SAYING I LOVE YOU, SAYING GOODBYE by Jim Ed Brown And Helen Cornelius
  27. SHE NEVER KNEW ME by Don Williams
  28. SHE TOOK MORE THAN HER SHARE by Moe Bandy
  29. SING A SAD SONG by Wynn Stewart
  30. STATUES WITHOUT HEARTS by Larry Gatlin & The Gatlin Brothers
  31. STEALIN’ FEELIN’ by Mike Lunsford
  32. SWEET DREAMS by Emmylou Harris
  33. TAKE MY BREATH AWAY by Margo Smith
  34. THINKIN’ OF A RENDEZVOUS by Johnny Duncan
  35. TWO DOLLARS IN THE JUKEBOX by Eddie Rabbitt
  36. WHEN IT’S JUST YOU AND ME by Dottie West
  37. WHY LOVERS TURN TO STRANGERS by Freddie Hart
  38. WIGGLE WIGGLE by Ronnie Sessions
  39. YOU NEVER MISS A REAL GOOD THING (TILL HE SAYS GOO by Crystal Gayle
  40. YOUR PLACE OR MINE by Gary Stewart

1977

According to Billboard, the top 3 Songs for 1976 were: Here You Come Again by Dolly Parton, I’m Knee Deep In Loving You by Dave Rowland And Sugar, and Georgia Keeps Pulling On My Ring by Conway Twitty.

  1. AGREE TO DISAGREE by Little David Wilkins
  2. BABY, LAST NIGHT MADE MY DAY by Susie Allanson
  3. CHAINS OF LOVE by Mickey Gilley
  4. COME A LITTLE BIT CLOSER by Johnny Duncan
  5. COME TO ME by Roy Head
  6. DON’T BREAK THE HEART THAT LOVES YOU by Margo Smith
  7. DON’T LET ME TOUCH YOU by Marty Robbins
  8. GEORGIA KEEPS PULLING ON MY RING by Conway Twitty
  9. HERE YOU COME AGAIN by Dolly Parton
  10. HOLD TIGHT by Kenny Starr
  11. HOW CAN I LEAVE YOU AGAIN by John Denver
  12. I DON’T NEED A THING AT ALL by Gene Watson
  13. I JUST WANT TO BE YOUR EVERYTHING by Connie Smith
  14. I JUST WISH YOU WERE SOMEONE I LOVE by Larry Gatlin & The Gatlin Brothers
  15. I’LL GET OVER YOU by Nick Nixon
  16. I’LL PROMISE YOU TOMORROW by Jerry Wallace
  17. I’M KNEE DEEP IN LOVING YOU by Dave Rowland And Sugar
  18. IT SHOULD HAVE BEEN EASY by Dottsy
  19. LONELY STREET by Rex Allen Jr.
  20. MAY THE FORCE BE WITH YOU by Tom T. Hall
  21. MIDDLE AGE CRAZY by Jerry Lee Lewis
  22. MISTER D.J. by T.G. Sheppard
  23. MOTHER COUNTRY MUSIC by Vern Gosdin
  24. MY WAY by Elvis Presley
  25. OUT OF MY HEAD AND BACK IN MY BED by Loretta Lynn
  26. SAVIN’ THIS LOVE SONG FOR YOU by Johnny Rodriguez
  27. SOME I WROTE by The Statler Brothers
  28. SOMETHING TO BRAG ABOUT by Mary Kay Place
  29. STANDARD LIE NUMBER ONE by Stella Parton
  30. SWEET MUSIC MAN by Kenny Rogers
  31. TAKE THIS JOB AND SHOVE IT by Johnny Paycheck
  32. THE FIRST TIME by Billy “Crash” Craddock
  33. THE PAY PHONE by Bob Luman
  34. THINK ABOUT ME by Freddy Fender
  35. TO DADDY by Emmylou Harris
  36. WE GOT LOVE by Lynn Anderson
  37. WHAT A DIFFERENCE YOU’VE MADE IN MY LIFE by Ronnie Milsap
  38. YOU AND ME ALONE by David Rogers
  39. YOU LIGHT UP MY LIFE by Debby Boone
  40. YOU’RE THE ONE by The Oak Ridge Boys

1978

According to Billboard, the top 3 Songs for 1978 were: The Gambler by Kenny Rogers, Burgers And Fries by Charley Pride, and All Of Me by Willie Nelson.

  1. ALL OF ME by Willie Nelson
  2. AS LONG AS I CAN WAKE UP IN YOUR ARMS by Kenny O’Dell
  3. BACK ON MY MIND AGAIN/SANTA BARBARA by Ronnie Milsap
  4. BACK TO THE LOVE by Susie Allanson
  5. BURGERS AND FRIES by Charley Pride
  6. COME ON IN by The Oak Ridge Boys
  7. DO YOU EVER FOOL AROUND by Joe Stampley
  8. DON’T YOU THINK THIS OUTLAW BIT’S DONE GOT OUT OF by Waylon Jennings
  9. EVERY WHICH WAY BUT LOOSE by Eddie Rabbitt
  10. FEET by Ray Price
  11. FRIEND,LOVER,WIFE by Johnny Paycheck
  12. GIMME BACK MY BLUES by Jerry Reed
  13. HAPPY TOGETHER by T.G. Sheppard
  14. HIGH AND DRY by Joe Sun
  15. HOW DEEP IN LOVE AM I by Johnny Russell
  16. I JUST CAN’T STAY MARRIED TO YOU by Christy Lane
  17. I REALLY GOT THE FEELING/BABY I’M BURNING by Dolly Parton
  18. I’VE DONE ENOUGH DYIN’ TODAY by Larry Gatlin & The Gatlin Brothers
  19. IT’S TIME WE TALK THINGS OVER by Rex Allen Jr.
  20. LADY LAY DOWN by John Conlee
  21. LOVE AIN’T GONNA WAIT FOR US by Billie Jo Spears
  22. LOVIN’ ON by The Bellamy Brothers
  23. MABELLENE by George Jones & Johnny Paycheck
  24. MR.JONES by Big Al Downing
  25. OLE SLEW FOOT/I’M GONNA FEED ‘EM NOW by Porter Wagoner
  26. PLAYING HARD TO GET by Janie Fricke
  27. PLEASE DON’T PLAY A LOVE SONG by Marty Robbins
  28. POISON LOVE by Gail Davies
  29. RHYTHM OF THE RAIN by Jacky Ward
  30. TEXAS (WHEN I DIE) by Tanya Tucker
  31. THE GAMBLER by Kenny Rogers
  32. THE GIRL AT THE END OF THE BAR by John Anderson
  33. THE OFFICAL HISTORIAN ON SHIRLEY JEAN BERRELL by The Statler Brothers
  34. THE SOFTEST TOUCH IN TOWN by Bobby G. Rice
  35. THE SONG WE MADE LOVE TO by Mickey Gilley
  36. TULSA TIME by Don Williams
  37. WE’VE COME A LONG WAY BABY by Loretta Lynn
  38. WHY HAVE YOU LEFT THE ONE YOU LEFT ME FOR by Crystal Gayle
  39. YOU DON’T BRING ME FLOWERS by Jim Ed Brown And Helen Cornelius
  40. YOUR LOVE HAS TAKEN ME THAT HIGH by Conway Twitty

1979

According to Billboard, the top 3 Songs for 1979 were: Happy Birthday Darlin’ by Conway Twitty, Coward Of The County by Kenny Rogers, and Missin’ You by Charley Pride.

  1. A LITTLE GETTING USED TO by Mickey Gilley
  2. BABY,YOU’RE SOMETHING by John Conlee
  3. BACK TO BACK by Jeanne Pruett
  4. BLUE HEARTACHE by Gail Davies
  5. BUT LOVE ME by Janie Fricke
  6. COWARD OF THE COUNTY by Kenny Rogers
  7. FADIN’ RENEGADE by Tommy Overstreet
  8. GO FOR THE NIGHT by Freddy Weller
  9. HAPPY BIRTHDAY DARLIN’ by Conway Twitty
  10. HELP ME MAKE IT THROUGH THE NIGHT by Willie Nelson
  11. HOLDING THE BAG by Moe Bandy & Joe Stampley
  12. I DON’T WANT TO LOSE YOU by Con Hunley
  13. I HATE THE WAY I LOVE IT by Johnny Rodriguez And Charly Mcclain
  14. I WISH I WAS CRAZY AGAIN by Johnny Cash And Waylon Jennings
  15. I’LL BE COMING BACK FOR MORE by T.G. Sheppard
  16. I’VE GOT A PICTURE OF US ON MY MIND by Loretta Lynn
  17. IF I EVER HAD TO SAY GOODBYE TO YOU by Eddy Arnold
  18. LAY BACK IN THE ARMS OF SOMEONE by Randy Barlow
  19. LEAVING LOUISANA IN BROAD DAYLIGHT by The Oak Ridge Boys
  20. LOVE ME OVER AGAIN by Don Williams
  21. MISSIN’ YOU by Charley Pride
  22. MY WORLD BEGINS AND ENDS WITH YOU/WHY DID YOU HAVE TO BE SO GOOD by Dave & Sugar
  23. NOTHING AS ORIGINAL AS YOU by The Statler Brothers
  24. OH, HOW I MISS YOU TONIGHT by Jim Reeves And Deborah Allen
  25. POUR ME ANOTHER TEQUILLA by Eddie Rabbitt
  26. RAINY DAYS AND STORMY NIGHTS by Billie Jo Spears
  27. SHARING by Kenny Dale
  28. SMOOTH SAILIN’ by Jim Weatherly
  29. SUGARFOOT RAG by Jerry Reed
  30. TELL ME WHAT IT’S LIKE by Brenda Lee
  31. THE SHUFFLE SONG by Margo Smith
  32. THIS MUST BE MY SHIP by Carol Chase
  33. TILL I STOP SHAKING by Billy “Crash” Craddock
  34. WHAT’LL I TELL VIRGINIA by Johnny Rodriguez
  35. YOU KNOW JUST WHAT I’D DO/THE SADNESS OF IT ALL by Conway Twitty & Loretta Lynn
  36. YOU PICK ME UP(AND PUT ME DOWN by Dottie West
  37. YOU’D MAKE AN ANGEL WANNA CHEAT by The Kendalls
  38. YOU’RE GONNA LOVE YOURSELF IN THE MORNING by Charlie Rich
  39. YOUR LYING BLUE EYES by John Anderson
  40. YOUR OLD COLD SHOULDER by Crystal Gayle

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