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Top 10 Country Music Songs About Heartbreak (page 8)

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Most of us, if not all, have known the experience of heartbreak and break-up at some point in our lives.  Country music is definitely a genre that covers it well, whether it is there to comfort you, remind you or fire you up!

In honor of Country Music Month, we’re counting down the Top 10 Country Songs About Heartbreak. We’ve got Garth Brooks, Kellie Pickler, Taylor Swift, Dierks Bentley, Miranda Lambert and more, but who’s number one?


10.
“Best Days Of Your Life” – Kellie Pickler

“Take a look at her and do you like what you see or do you wish it was me? “

 

9. “The Dance” – Garth Brooks

“How could I have known, that you’d ever say goodbye”

 

8. “Love You” – Jack Ingram

“I’m sick and lovin’ tired of all your lovin’ around, there’s only one four letter word that’ll do. . .”

 

7. “Kerosene” – Miranda Lambert

“I don’t hate the one who left, you can’t hate someone who’s dead.”

 

6. “How Am I Doin’” – Dierks Bentley

“Well I don’t know what you were thinkin’ runnin’ round on me,  now you say you’re sorry, well honey I agree”

 

5. “Picture To Burn” – Taylor Swift

“So watch me strike a match on all my wasted time, as far as I’m concerned you’re just another picture to burn”

 

4. “Blame It On Your Heart” – Patty Loveless

“Now the dream is laid to rest, cause you have failed the test”

 

3. “A Little Too Late” – Toby Keith

“No I don’t wanna talk about what we could do about us anymore”

 

2. “A Bad Goodbye”- Clint Black], featuring Wynonna Judd

“How can we be so far between where we are, and one more try”

 

1. “You’ll Think Of Me”- Keith Urban

“Take your space and take your reasons, but you’ll think of me.”

We know there are so many more that can be added to this list. Tell us your favorite heartbreak song in a comment below for our next Top 10 list!

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