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10 Best Craig Morgan Songs

Craig Morgan has been cranking out hits for nearly nineteen years now. The singer and proud American is a veteran of the United States Army who frequently performs at military bases in the U.S. and abroad. In 2000, he released his self-titled debut album, which spawned the single "Something to Write Home About." Morgan followed that album with I Love It, which featured "God, Family and Country," "Every Friday Afternoon" and "Almost Home." His third album, My Kinda Livin', featured his No. 1 hit "That's What I Love About Sunday," No. 2 hit "Redneck Yacht Club" and "Blame Me," which featured vocals by Brad Paisley and John Conlee. Morgan followed up the success of My Kinda Livin' with Little Bit of Life and a Greatest Hits collection. His 2008 album That's Why, which featured the hit "Love Remembers," was released shortly after Morgan was invited to join the Grand Ole Opry. He released This Ole Boy is 2012, which spawned the Top 20 hit title track and A Whole Lot More to Me in 2016. This year, Morgan released the song "The Father, My Son, and the Holy Ghost."

Read on for our picks for the 10 best Craig Morgan songs.

1. "This Ole Boy"

From his album, The Journey (Livin' Hits), released in 2011, Craig's got a solid country hit on his hands with this one.

2. "I'll Be Home Soon"

Who doesn't love a country song about how bad we all wanna go home?

3. "Redneck Yacht Club"

The song opens with a banjo and don't even act like you wouldn't want to crack an ice cold light beer and party at a place called the redneck yacht club.

4. "Little Bit of Life"

Less boring stuff, more fun. Craig Morgan has his priorities straight. We should probably start following suit.

5. "Almost Home"

Even though Craig likes to party, he knows how to slow it down and get real every once in a while.

6. "That's What I Love About Sunday"

Sunday isn't all football. Craig's ode to church -- not just the worship but the little things that make the worship so worthwhile, like the family and friends who join you there -- is a must listen for any Christian or believer in God.

7. "I Love It"

When Craig Morgan cranks it up he goes all the way to 11. We love you, Craig. Keep singin' and never ever stop.

8. "Every Friday Afternoon"

From his album, I Love It, this song doesn't sound like its title would suggest. It's not a party anthem, but rather a thoughtful, soulful song.

9. "Something to Write Home About"

"Something to Write Home About" is a song about a girl so perfect you can't help but get excited about her. It's the sort of song he was born to write.

10. "Love Remembers"

Craig Morgan again gets sentimental here, and we really can't get enough.

Honorable Mentions: "Where Has My Hometown Gone," "This Ain't Nothin'," "God Must Really Love Me," "Wake Up Lovin' You," "I Got You", "Look At Us," "My Kind of Livin'", "More Trucks Than Cars," "A Whole Lot More to Me," "Rain for the Roses," "Everywhere I Go," "I Wish I Could See Bakersfield" and "Walking in My Father's Shoes."

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10 Best Craig Morgan Songs