15 Country Songs That'll Make You Wanna Drink

15 Country Songs That'll Make You Wanna Drink

"It's always five o'clock in Margaritaville. "
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Music is a beautiful thing. It can make you laugh, it can make you smile and it can even make you cry. Country music is no exception to the rule. Sometimes it'll even make you wanna drink. Here are fifteen country songs that'll just make you wanna crack a cold one and sing along.

1. "It's Five O'Clock Somewhere" - Alan Jackson

Featuring the man, the myth, the legend, Mr. Jimmy Buffet himself, these two sure are right. It's five o'clock somewhere, there's no bad time for a cold one.

2. "Alcohol" - Brad Paisley

Well, Brad sure did hit the nail on the head. Medicine, poison and the perfect helping hand needing in making white people dance.

3. "Friends in Low Places" - Garth Brooks

"Where the whiskey drowns and the beer chases my blues away, and I'll be okay..."

4. "I Love This Bar" - Toby Kieth

If this song comes on in any small town dive bar I can just about guarantee the whole place is singin' along.

5. "Drinking Class" - Lee Brice

Blue collar crowd, pour yourself a drink, this ones for you.

6. "Rain is a Good Thing" - Luke Bryan

Rain indeed does make corn, and corn does actually make whiskey, the rest depends on the person.

7. "Billy's Got His Beer Goggles On" - Neal McCoy

Admit it, we all know a Billy when they start drinking. (Or may be Billy ourselves after a few too many.)

8. "The More I Drink" - Blake Shelton

And the more you drink the more you'll start to think Blake wrote this song all about little old you.

9. "When The Sun Goes Down" - Kenny Chesney

Even though you may already have a drink in hand before the sun went down but that's besides the point.

10. "Am I the Only One" - Dierks Bentley

Pretty much the question you ask yourself after work every Friday night. Isn't there anybody out there that wants to have a cold beer?

11. "Crushin' It" - Brad Paisley

After three or five or ten or twenty cans of cold Bud Light you'll probably be crushing it too.

12. "Dust on the Bottle" - David Lee Murphy

Even though most of our bottles don't last long enough for the dust.

13. "Take My Drunk Ass Home" - Luke Bryan

You'll be singing this in the backseat of your friends car on the way home from the bar inbetween bites of your drunk food of choice.

14. "Watermelon Crawl" - Tracy Byrd

By the end of the night there's probably a very high chance you'll be watermelon crawlin'.

15. "Red Solo Cup" - Toby Kieth

Essentially the anthem of frat parties and barn bashes everywhere, even if you aren't drinking out of a solo cup that night you'll sing along like you are.

Proceed to party, keep on crushin' it, grab your beer goggles, dust off that bottle and watermelon crawl on country music fans. You deserve it.


Cover Image Credit: Blake Fox

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 Hey!

          Did you know my life was better without you in it? Way back before I even met you? But it was the best when you came unexpectedly. I can’t say that you are the perfect guy because there is no such thing as that. But I appreciate on how you made yourself perfect for me. The first time you laid your eyes on me I was like “woah, that’s the kind of look  I want to see for the rest of my life.” Our first meet was not that memorable, it was in a certain mall and we don’t have that much time because you are flying back to your country. But you know what? It’s not being memorable or what, it is being with the person who stood by beside you.

          I was scared the moment you left my side that day, but it was the scariest when you ask me to be yours and have this thing we called “Long Distance Relationship”. I don’t know what to say or to react that time, I was speechless but part of me was happy, I mean, isn’t that the best feeling in the whole world? When a guy came into your life and accepted the whole of you? Being with you was indeed a ride of a roller coaster. We’ve got our ups and downs, fights and arguments and sweet and bitter love just what like normal couples do. I always told you how blessed I am to meet someone like you. You are my love from the star and I was your love sent from above. We always make God as the center of our relationship. And you always say, “for this relationship to work we just need to be honest and be loyal to each other.” For a moment there, I thought “us” would actually work until the end.

         It’s been how many months since we had our last conversations as a couple right? I know I’ve been really busy this past few days and it’s been a tough fight between the two of us. We tried and fought for the love we thought we had, but things just don’t end the way we expected it to be. I am not writing this to tell everybody the whole story of us instead, I am writing this because for those months that we’ve been together I’ve kept you a secret from everyone. You may call this too late, but I am here now to show the world how great of a guy are you and how thankful I am.

          You are the most effort guy I had ever encountered. Imagine? Sending me those stuffs every month just to remind me that I am loved was the best part of you. Writing a book for me was the most incredible thing you ever did and going home just to see me was the perfect. But I lost all of that. We may lose the relationship we had but I want to thank you for saving our friendship. Can ex-lovers be friends? We’ll see.

          This last gift you sent hit me hard. Your note says “I know you will see a lot of girls holding flowers, chocolates and bears everywhere and I am not there for you to experience it, so I’m sending this instead. I just want to say sorry and thank you. Sorry for the pain I’ve caused and thank you for everything. Moments with you was irreplaceable. I know that how happy we are right now, you and I will always carry a piece of each other, let it be known that we found home in each other’s warmth and you’ll always have a piece within me. You deserve the best and nothing less.” That note made me realize how lucky I am. You are a single lesson, but a lot was learned, what we had made me who I am today, and I am thankful. To that guy who was always there for me, you may not have my heart, but I want you to know that you always have my full support. See you again soon, my friend.

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