Country music has always had a love/hate relationship with love, but in the end, love always wins.

Country artists are passionate about telling stories of passion — look at Tim McGraw & Faith Hill's "It's Your Love," and "Forever and Ever, Amen" from Randy Travis, to more contemporary choices like "Better Together" by Luke Combs or Lady A's "Need You Now" as examples.

You'll notice a trend of some artists carrying the torch for years in a row! Looking at you, Faith and Luke.

If you got married anywhere between 2023 and 1973, keep scrolling to see which country love song was the popular the year you got married.

Walked down the aisle in 2009? Zac Brown had your love song that year with "Whatever It Is." Said "I do" in 1994? That's an all-timer — John Michael Montgomery's "I Swear" was the most-heard country love song that year, and was probably used in weddings and even proposals for many years that followed.

Let us know which country love song was the biggest the year you married your sweetheart, and feel free to share some memories of that big day. We love love.

See Which Country Love Song Was No. 1 the Year You Got Married

Love always wins! Country songs have held spaces as first dances at weddings for decades. Let's take a look at the country love song that was No. 1 the year you got married.

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The 27 Country Songs That Have Spent the Most Weeks at No. 1

The Billboard Country Airplay chart comes out weekly, and it lists the 60 most-listened-to songs played on 150+ country radio stations nationwide. These are the 27 country songs that have had the most weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard Country Airplay chart.

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The 40 Most-Played Country Songs of the Last 50 Years

Country music has come a long way in the last 50 years. Its popularity has continued to trend upward in the mainstream, and it doesn't look like it will be stopping anytime soon — it's more listened-to than ever! Check out a list of the Top 40 most-played country songs of the last 50 years, and see if your favorite artist has a hit here.

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