Top Five Alan Jackson Songs

Alan Jackson is one of the most influential and iconic country singers of all time. As country music became a mainstream global success, artists like Jackson showed that the genre still loved the traditional sound. With a catalog that features songs about having a good time, love, loss, and admiration for his country, there is something for everyone. Here are our picks for the top five Alan Jackson songs.

1. “It’s Five O’ Clock Somewhere”

“The sun is hot, and that old clock is movin’ slow, an’ so am I.”


2. “Remember When”

“We lived and learned, life threw curves. There was joy, there was hurt, remember when.”


3. “Chattahoochee”

“Never knew how much that muddy water meant to me but I learned how to swim and learned who I was, lot about living and a little bout love.”


4. “Where Were You (When The World Stopped Turning)”

“Where were you when the world stopped turning that September day?”


5. “Don’t Rock The Jukebox”

“So don’t rock the jukebox, play me a country song.”


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