Top 10 Saddest Love Songs in Country Music

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Check out my list of the Saddest Love Songs of Country Music… These sad songs are guaranteed to move you.

“Whiskey Lullaby” Brad Paisley and Alison Krauss
The Waterworks: “We found her with her face down in the pillow/Clinging to his picture for dear life.”

“For My Broken Heart” Reba McEntire
The Waterworks: “This sun is blinding me as it wakes me from the dark/I guess the world didn’t stop for my broken heart.”

“Letting Go” Suzy Bogguss
The Waterworks: “She’s had 18 years to get ready for this day/She should be past the tears, she cries some anyway.”

“When I Call Your Name” Vince Gill
The Waterworks: “The lonely sound of my voice calling is driving me insane/And just like rain, the tears keep falling.”

“Ghost in This House” Shenandoah
The Waterworks: “I’m just a whisper of smoke, I’m all that’s left of two hearts on fire/That once burned out of control, it took my body and soul.”

“The Dance” Garth Brooks
The Waterworks: “I could have missed the pain, but I’d have had to miss the dance.”

“I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry” Hank Williams
The Waterworks: “Did you ever see a robin weep when leaves began to die/That means he’s lost the will to live.”

“I Fall to Pieces” Patsy Cline
The Waterworks: “You want me to act like we’ve never kissed/You want me to forget, pretend we’ve never met.”

“If You’re Reading This” Tim McGraw
The Waterworks: “I won’t be there to see the birth of our little girl/ I hope she looks like you, I hope she fights like me.”

“He Stopped Loving Her Today” George Jones
The Waterworks: “She came to see him one last time, we all wondered if she would/It kept runnin’ through my mind, this time he’s over her for good.”

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