Country Living editors select each product featured. Great American Country presents to you our Top 10 Songs About Trucks.Neon lights, jukeboxes, a smokin' band and a bartender ready to get whatever you want. He ends each chorus as he ends the song, with the reminder that the greatest gift God gave us is love. From the first performance, and at numerous shows thereafter (possibly even to this day), audiences rose to their feet and began cheering before Diamond Rio reached the first chorus. “And I hope it will help our country heal.”This song shows a side of Toby’s patriotism that a lot of people might have been surprised to see after having experienced the in-your-face righteous indignation he showcased in “Courtesy of the Red, White and Blue” in 2002. New country songs and the top country songs list from the most popular artists of 2020. As a truly personal tribute, some rescue workers at “ground zero” in New York later got “Some Gave All” tattoos in memory of their lost friends.As Chely tells it, this song was based on an actual event that happened when she was driving down a Nashville street and received an obscene gesture from a fellow motorist because of the United States Marines sticker Chely had on her vehicle. In this foot-stomping up-tempo number, he admits that every now and then Americans will criticize each other, but when it comes to being attacked by someone from elsewhere, Americans will rally together.“Once you get past the superficial part of the people of this country,” he proclaims, “we all have one thing in common. “Songs like these really hit home right now. “At the first Friday night show, they started applauding in the middle of the song,” recalls Darryl. Although she's Canadian, Dion's emotional rendition of the anthem moved the world when she performed it shortly after the September 11 attacks.Originally written in 1831, this patriotic song has been covered memorably by many over the decades.
Photo by: Judson Ridgway So, without a moment’s hesitation, Trace had his record label stop promoting the song because—in spite of the many people who loved the tune—the last thing he wanted to do was cause a military family any discomfort.This is simply a beautifully eloquent tribute to the ideals that are America and the flag that represents them. And as an old man on a park bench details the flag’s imperfections to a stranger, he re-discovers his own pride in America and sums it up like this: “And she’s getting thread bare, and she’s wearing thin, but she’s in good shape, for the shape she’s in. As the lyrics say, The song generates standing ovations wherever she plays it. Yet the tune received precious little radio airplay.
“Military, in general, have this very strong brotherhood code.”“It’s America” paints a picture of nostalgic America, listing out things like lemonade stands, Chevrolets, apple pie and flags flying. Johnny carefully crafted the lyrics in such a way that a ragged flag on a courthouse square is battered, torn and scarred from the battles she’s been in, but still flying high. The lyrics speak to the challenges we’ve had as a country, but hopefully the song leaves you feeling inspired and optimistic.”“I Drive Your Truck” co-writer Connie Harrington was inspired to pen the emotional song about a grieving brother after listening to an interview of a father, Paul Monti, hose song, Medal of Honor recipient Jared Monti, was killed in Afghanistan while trying to save a fellow solider. This commenting section is created and maintained by a third party, and imported onto this page. Country songs about Dad share a common thread. And, lest anyone question his motives, Aaron made sure that proceeds from the song went to the American Red Cross. In no particular order, here are our picks for the Top 20 Cowboy & Cowgirl Songs.When summer is in full swing what better way to beat the heat than on a boat with good friends and good music?