What Songs Dominated the Country Chart the Year You Were Born?

SAM HUNT's "Body Like a Back Road" has owned the Country Singles chart this year, so WhiskeyRiff.com thought it might be interesting to see what songs were dominant on the year you were born.

For some reason, they only went back to 1980.  Here are some highlights:

2006:  "Jesus Take the Wheel", Carrie Underwood

2002:  "The Good Stuff", Kenny Chesney

1999:  "Amazed", Lonestar

1995:  "I Like It, I Love It", Tim McGraw

1992:  "My Achy Breaky Heart", Billy Ray Cyrus

1990:  "Love Without End, Amen", George Strait

1987:  "Forever and Ever, Amen", Randy Travis

1984:  "To All The Girls I've Loved Before", Willie Nelson and Julio Iglesias . . . and "Why Not Me", The Judds

1980:  "Coward of the County", Kenny Rogers . . . "Silent Night (After the Fight)", Ronnie Milsap . . . and "Lookin' For Love", Johnny Lee


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