Our Top 8 Alan Jackson Songs

There are certain people in music that go above and beyond the call that a musician and artist generally goes. This artist in particular has showed us all what it takes to become a legend not only in Country Music, but in every genre of music that exists. He has crafted the art of being a honest and vulnerable songwriter, all while performing music that everyone can relate to. Obviously we are talking about Alan Jackson!

Today is his birthday, so we thought that we would share some of our favorite Alan Jackson songs. We have done our best and put together a Top 8, but please add your own and let us know what you think of our list!

8. It’s Five O’Clock Somewhere

The man has taught us many things throughout his career. One specific thing, is that it truly is “Five O’Clock Somewhere”. May this be a lesson that we never forget…

7. Livin’ On Love

Alan Jackson released this song in 1994. This is the kind of song that withstands the test of time and is always fitting! Go ahead, listen to this timeless classic.

6. Gone Country

I mean, we couldn’t make this list and NOT put this song! This song makes us feel proud to be country! Plus, Alan Jackson is as country as it gets!

5. Little Bitty

This song just makes you feel good. This song is a reminder that “It’s all right to be little bitty”. Life is more than material things. I think this lyric says it best “Might as well share, might as well smile, life goes on for little bitty while”…

4. Chattahoochee

This one is certainly one of the most fun Alan Jackson songs! Chattahoochee has become a staple in Country Music. It’s great song for listening, dancing, and singing along. One thing is for sure, Alan Jackson sure knows how to have a good time!

3. Drive (For Daddy Gene)

This is one of those songs that grips you from the first line. It shares a beautiful story family, love, and of course, driving! It’s a classic, and for a good reason.

2. Remember When

This song is a beautiful, loving, and sincere tribute from Alan Jackson to his wife. The song chronicles their time together throughout life, and how beautiful their future will be. The gorgeous melody and lyrics will be sure to put a smile on your face and a tear in your eye.

1.Where Were You (When The World Stopped Turning)

This song was written by Alan Jackson after 9/11. It’s honest, emotional, and a great representation of just how powerful music can be in a devastating time. Alan Jackson summarized what many Americans were feeling on that tragic day. Fear, love, pride, hatred, etc. It takes a special kind of songwriter and artist to put all of those feelings into a song.

That’s our list, make sure to tell us your favorites!

Happy Birthday, Alan!

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