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Top Five George Strait Songs from the ’90s

Multi-platinum-selling country music sensation George Strait was born in Poteet, Texas, and still holds the record for the biggest-selling boxed set in country music history for Strait Out of the Box. In the ’90s, country music was being heavily influenced by pop influences and Strait was beloved for continuing to deliver a traditional country sound. Here are five of those pure country Strait songs you may have forgotten or have yet to discover.

1. “I Cross My Heart” from the album Pure Country (1992)

“I cross my heart and promise to give all I’ve got to give to make all your dreams come true. In all the world, you’ll never find a love as true as mine, and if along the way we find a day it starts to storm, you’ve got the promise of my love to keep you warm.”

2. “Blue Clear Sky” from the album Blue Clear Sky (1996)

“Ain’t love a funny thing, one day you’re givin’ up the dream and the next you’re pickin’ out a ring out of the blue clear sky.”

3. “Carried Away” from the album Blue Clear Sky (1996)