27 Country Songs That'll Make You Need Your Own Southern Boy
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27 Country Songs That'll Make You Need Your Own Southern Boy

Once you fall for the South there is no going back.

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27 Country Songs That'll Make You Need Your Own Southern Boy
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Barbeques on the 4th of July, pick-up trucks on a summer's country drive, and staring out at an endless sea of stars by a campfire are just a few of the luxuries of living in the South.

These only get better once you find yourself a southern gentleman - someone who's hard-working, puts family first, minds his manners, and upholds southern hospitality. If you don't believe me, then these country songs will make you change your mind.

I dare you not to fall for a southern gentleman.

1. Whatever It Is - Zac Brown Band

2. As She’s Walking Away - Zac Brown Band

3. Yes! - Chad Brock

4. Play It Again - Luke Bryan

5. She’s Everything - Brad Paisley

6. Then - Brad Paisley

7. Remember When - Alan Jackson

8. Wanted - Hunter Hayes

9. Friday Night - Eric Paslay

10. Carried Away - George Strait

11. Waitin’ On A Woman - Brad Paisley

12. The Trouble With Girls - Scotty McCreery

13. Stealing Cinderella - Chuck Wicks

14. It Won’t Be Like This For Long - Darius Rucker

15. Letters From Home - John Michael Montgomery

16. Could I Have This Dance - Anne Murray

17. I Keep On Lovin’ You - Reba McEntire

18. Kiss Me - Lucy Hale

19. Love - Jana Kramer

20. Johnny & June - Heidi Newfield

21. I Want Crazy - Hunter Hayes

22. My Wish - Rascal Flatts

23. Wild Child - Kenny Chesney 

24. Highway Don’t Care - Tim McGraw

25. God Made Girls - RaeLynn

26. For A Boy - RaeLynn

27. Love Me Like You Mean It - Kelsea Ballerini

Once you fall for the South there is no going back.

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