Top 10 Country Songs For Summer
There’s nothing quite like driving along with the windows down on a sunny day and hearing the perfect song come up on the radio. Certain songs just feel like summer. Many of them fit in a few categories. You’ve got your relaxation songs, your party songs, your we-don’t-need-money-to-have-fun songs, and your got-to-get-away songs. The following list includes some of each, so enjoy and feel free to comment with what other songs you’d include on this list.
1. Beachin’ – Jake Owen
With a chorus that focuses on sunshine, sand and a cold beverage, this is a laid-back country summer song if there ever was one. You’ve undoubtedly heard this one a few times if you’ve been listening to country radio. Also featured this week on our site as one of the hottest men in country music, Owen is at the top of the charts thanks to this hit.
2. Somethin’ Bad – Miranda Lambert and Carrie Underwood
Sometimes summer means getting a little bit crazy, and Lambert and Underwood make quite the dynamic duo both vocally and as two ladies going out to paint the town. Just a unique and fun song to listen to, this song could definitely be the soundtrack for some summer partying.
3. River Bank – Brad Paisley
You don’t need money to get out on the water and have a good time. Sure, more money would be nice, but the main requirement for fun in the sun is friends, and that’s the message of this feel-good summer song.
4. Redneck Yacht Club – Craig Morgan
The theme of this song is essentially the same as the one before – hanging out with friends, drinking a beverage (or two …) and enjoying some time on the water in the sunshine.
5. Some Beach – Blake Shelton
Those days when nothing goes right and you are counting down the days to vacation? This song hits the nail right on the head, with Shelton wishing away all the little inconveniences of daily life and dreaming about the beach.
6. Pontoon – Little Big Town
This song combines the party element and the relaxation element. The tune is laid-back, but it’s all about friends hanging out on the water. It might just be the quintessential summer song. Listen to it in the midst of a long Michigan winter and you might just cry.