Top Jason Aldean Songs

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This upbeat love song is about that moment when "getting to know each other" is over. You already know you're made for each other.

Jason Aldean Song Lyric: "I don't wanna talk anymore. I know enough about you to know, all I wanna do is ... find out a little bit more."

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Amarillo Sky

Enter a day in the life of a farmer in "Amarillo Sky," which appeared on Aldean's self-titled debut. The tune, written by Big & Rich, shows all Aldean's strengths as a balladeer. It peaked at #4 on the country singles chart -- a sign of things to come.

Jason Aldean Song Lyric: "Those burnin' rays are wearing down his body, and diesel's worth the price of gold, and it's the cheapest grain he's ever sold -- but he's still holding on."

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Fly Over States

Here's a joke for you: What's the area between New York and Los Angeles called? Give up? America. (I didn't promise it was a good joke.) Anyway, the flipside to coastal exceptionalism is what this minor-key song is all about.

Jason Aldean Song Lyric: "Take a ride across the badlands, feel that freedom on your face. Breathe in all that open space."

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Church Pew or Bar Stool

Country singers rightfully extol the virtues of tailgate parties, country roads, and the ever-present woods. This song takes a different tack, portraying a man who's suffocating in a small town where it seems he has few options.

Jason Aldean Song Lyric: "When you don't seem to run on either side of the fence, people act like you don't make sense."

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I Break Everything I Touch

Aldean paints himself as a hopeless heart-breaker in this rowdy country-honker. Watch out, ladies.

Jason Aldean Song Lyric: "I could make some excuses, but darlin' the truth is: I'm just the reckless kind. And I don't wanna leave you to pick up the pieces. Oh no, matter how I try."

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1994

Jason Aldean pays tribute to country singer Joe Diffie in this weird throwback to mid-'90s country living. It brandishes a honky-tonk attitude with a hip-hop beat. Let the time warp begin.

Jason Aldean Song Lyric: "1994, Joe Diffie comin' out my radio. I'm just a country boy with a farmer's tan. So help me, girl, I'll be your 'Pickup Man.'"

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Johnny Cash

The opening cut from Aldean's second album, Relentless, begins with a man telling his boss to take his job and shove it. He then starts on an impromptu road trip where Johnny Cash provides the permanent soundtrack. Sounds good to me.

Jason Aldean Song Lyric: "It's four hundred and sixty-seven miles to the outskirts of Las Vegas. What do you say we go get married by a preacher man that looks like Elvis?"

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Big Green Tractor

Jason Aldean expresses his romantic side. As in, moonlight drives on his favorite piece of farm equipment. "Big Green Tractor" became Aldean's third #1 country hit, and a paragon among tractor songs.

Jason Aldean Song Lyric: "We can go slow or make it go faster. Down through the woods and out to the pasture. 'Long as I'm with you, it really don't matter"

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Dirt Road Anthem

This huge single from Jason Aldean's My Kinda Party mixed country music with rap -- and lived to tell the tale. Really, it's not so different from other country songs about life outside the city limits -- and a reminder that even in the backwoods folks are bumping Jay-Z.

Jason Aldean Song Lyric: "Chillin' on a dirt road. Laid back, swervin' like I'm George Jones. Smoke rollin' out the window. Ice cold beer sittin' in the console."

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She's Country

Have you ever met a real, verified, authentic, true-blue country girl? If not, let Jason Aldean explain why you're missing out. The "Back in Black" power chords aren't exactly authentic but are totally necessary. The same can't be said for the remix featuring the rapper Finesse, who sounds like an unironic Andy Samberg.

Jason Aldean Song Lyric: "She's a party-all-nighter from South Carolina -- a bad mamajama from down in Alabama. She's a raging cajun, a lunatic from Brunswick, juicy Georgia peach with a thick Southern drawl."

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