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Undiscovered: 5 Rascal Flatts Songs We Know You'll Love

Rascal Flatts is one of the biggest bands in country music, and for good reason. They have a unique sound that has transversed the country genre, bringing in fans from rock, pop, R&B, etc. Since they announced the band is breaking up, the band has not seen a decrease in fame. This is partially due to the powerful sound lead singer Gary Levox has. Levox is turning 52 today and to celebrate, here are 5 Rascal Flatts songs you may not know.


1. “See Me Through”

From the band’s debut album, “See Me Through” is a tune that speaks to loving someone with a strength that takes you by surprise. It’s about loving someone to the point of being able to depend on them. “See me through / This aching heart has come so far / To be with you.” The truth of the song is to fall in love is to find someone that sees who you are, and loves you despite your flaws.


2. “Oklahoma-Texas Line”

Released in 2004, “Oklahoma-Texas Line” is from the album Feels Like Today. It’s the perfect feel-good love song with a rhythm that makes you want to dance and twirl around by the campfire. It’s a relatable, school-girl kind of love. “Everything I love is there inside / A little brick house with a black top drive / Big oak tree with our names carved on the side.” It’s impossible to listen to this song without feeling good from its trademark Rascal Flatts sound.