Top 5 Favorite Country Songs of the Week: March 5, 2018!!

  1. Cash Campbell “Little Things”: Campbell found inspiration for his new song “Little Things” within his own life and using lyrics to explains the healing from the trouble thoughts of a girl he used to love. Campbell thought that many others could relate to this song.
  2. Lindsay Ell “Criminal”: Ell’s new tune “Criminal” tells the story about the singer lasting torment of a new romance. She has lost control of herself and does everything to be with her man once again.
  3. Jake Owen “I Was Jack (You Were Diane): In Owen’s new song “I Was Jack (You Were Diane), it tells the story about a summer-romance, set to one of the most known songs around the world (John Mellencamp- “Jack & Diane.”
  4. Tiera “Wake Up Call”: Tiera’s new song “Wake Up Call,” tells the story about feeling inspiring to stand up for yourself and putting someone who is controlling in their place.
  5. Courtney Marie Andrews “May Your Kindness Remain”: “May Your Kindness Remain,” is a ironic tune about knowing abuse, and allowing your own mental variability to get the best of you.

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