Some good country love songs to dedicate to a spouse include Clint Black’s “When I Said I Do,” Alan Jackson’s “Remember When,” Shania Twain’s “You’re Still the One” and Reba McEntire’s “I Keep on Lovin’ You.” These popular songs touch on the different aspects of a couple’s love.
Clint Black’s chart-topping 1999 hit focuses on the thrill that accompanies a marriage proposal. This song is actually a duet between Black and his wife, Lisa Hartman Black, in which the couple sings about their vow to stay together forever. This popular love song was a crossover hit and a popular choice for weddings.
Alan Jackson’s earnest single “Remember When” focuses on the singer’s relationship with his wife Denise. Narrating their earliest days of dating, their life raising three children and even their temporary separation, the song is a hopeful look at the inevitable ups and downs experienced in any marriage.
Shania’s Twain had a crossover sensation with her hit love song “You’re Still the One,” released on Valentine’s Day in 1998. The song went on to win two Grammy Awards, and though Twain and her co-writer husband Mutt Lange eventually separated in 2010, “You’re Still the One” remains a country love staple.
Reba McEntire’s “I Keep on Lovin’ You” is another earnest country love song that acknowledges both the joys and difficulties of love. The song focuses on the value of staying together through both good and bad times.