5 Country Songs to Put on a Mix Tape for Valentine’s Day
Back in the day, when guys couldn’t muster the words to say I Love You, they’d make their girl a mix tape. In today’s world of technology I guess we would make a playlist. Whatever you call it, if you can’t find the words to say it, here are 5 country songs that will do it for you.
The Band Perry – Better Dig Two
From the list of today’s hits, this song from the Band Perry is lighting up the phones for dedications. With the line, “If you go before I do, I’m gonna tell the gravedigger that he better dig two” indicates an everlasting love.
Randy Travis – Deeper Than The Holler
If you want to go “Old School” this Randy Travis hit speaks of love from a country boy perspective that city folks can’t understand. “My love is deeper than the holler. Stronger than the river. ”
George Strait – I Cross My Heart
Not quite as “old school” as Randy Travis, George’s hit came from the movie, Pure Country and was featured as the film’s finale. It has been featured in lots of weddings. “I cross my heart and promise to. Give all I’ve got to give to make all your dreams come true.”
Blake Shelton – Honey Bee
Switching back to today’s hits, Blake’s song is simple in it’s ryhmes and is almost a grade school look at love. “You’ll be my honeysuckle, I’ll be your honey bee.”
Kenny Chesney – Me and You
This song is so nice, Kenny released it twice, 1995 and 1996. While it may not be one of the most played of his former hits, it did make it to #2 on the charts. It speaks to a love like no other. “We’re a dream come true. Suited perfectly, For eternity, Me and you.”