First Dance Fridays | Country

In honor of the 4th of July coming up, today’s first dance songs are as all American as it gets – country! I’m not going to include a description for each of these because they would all be the same. They are sweet, sentimental, romantic, and perfect for country lovers.

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1) Only You Can Love Me This Way – Keith Urban

And you’re always in my heart
Always on my mind
When it all becomes too much
You’re never far behind

And there’s no one
That comes close to you
Could ever take your place
‘Cause only you can love me this way

2) It’s Your Love – Tim McGraw & Faith Hill

It’s your love
It just does something to me
It sends a shock right through me
I can’t get enough

And if you wonder
About the spell I’m under
Oh, it’s your love

3) You Had Me From Hello – Kenny Chesney

Well you had me from “Hello”, I felt love start to grow
The moment that I looked into your eyes, you won me
It was over from the start, you completely stole my heart
And now you won’t let go

I never even had a chance you know
You had me from “Hello”

4) Amazed – Lonestar

I don’t know how you do what you do
I’m so in love with you
It just keeps getting better
I want to spend the rest of my life,
with you by my side
Forever and ever
Every little thing that you do,
Baby I’m amazed by you

5) Bless The Broken Road – Rascal Flatts

I don’t know how you do what you do
I’m so in love with you
It just keeps getting better
I want to spend the rest of my life,
with you by my side
Forever and ever
Every little thing that you do,
Baby I’m amazed by you

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Stephanie Elizabeth {Fab You Bliss} - June 30, 2012 - 4:04 am

These are all great songs!

Sarah {A Paper Proposal} - July 1, 2012 - 5:07 am

Broken Road has always been one of my favorite songs. Ever since I first heard it on an episode of “Dawson’s Creek” way back when! Great picks!

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