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Ten '90s Country Songs You Forgot You Loved

The ’90s was a time when country music was reborn. Several genres intertwined to create this new genre of country music that has caused a fondness of this era for people of all ages. You might have forgotten that you loved these songs, so let’s take a walk down memory lane together.


1. “Dust On The Bottle” by David Lee Murphy (1994)

“I wanna treat her right, he said / I got what you need, son / There’s a step down in the cellar / He reached through the cobwebs and he turned on the light and said / There might be a little dust on the bottle / But don’t let it fool ya about what’s inside.”


2. “She’s In Love With The Boy” by Trisha Yearwood (1991)

“Splashin’ through the mud and the muck / Her daddy says he ain’t worth a lick / When it comes to brains / He got the short end of the stick / But Katie’s young and man, she just don’t care / She’d follow Tommy anywhere.”


3. “I’m Alright” by Jo Dee Messina (1998)

“Been singing for my rent and singing for my supper / I’m above the below and below the upper / I’m stuck in the middle where money gets tight / But I guess I’m doin’ alright.”