Alan Jackson Top 10 Songs

Best Alan Jackson Songs – Top 10 List All-Time


Alan Jackson is an American country music superstar. Alan has 35+ number one hits and 50+ top 10 hits. Alan Jackson was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2001. Alan’s first album was released in 1989 and has amassed more than 14 studio albums to date.

Alan Jackson Top 10 Songs


Did you know that Alan Jackson also won an award for Best Christian Album? Yes, in 2014 the album Precious Memories Volume II won a Billboard Music Award for Best Christian Album. Alan Jackson also won two Grammy Awards for songs Where Were You (When the World Stopped Turning) and As She’s Walking Away with Zac Brown Band.

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Best Alan Jackson Songs

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Alan Jackson song list curated by Matthew Campbell

10. Don’t Rock the Jukebox
Released in 1991
On Album Don’t Rock the Jukebox
The song is about a person at a bar who asks the bartender to only play country for his broken heart.

I don’t feel like rockin’
Since my baby’s gone
So don’t rock the jukebox
Play me a country song

9. Little Bitty
Released in 1996
On Album Everything I Love
The song is about some of life’s greatest joys are found in the simplicity and small things of life.

Well, it’s alright to be little bitty
A little hometown or a big old city
Might as well share, might as well smile
Life goes on for a little bitty while

8. Drive (For Daddy Gene)
Released in 2002
On Album Drive
The song is a dedication to Alan’s father and childhood memories.

He’d let me drive her when we haul off a load
Down a dirt strip where we’d dump trash off of Thigpen Road
I’d sit up in the seat and stretch my feet out to the pedels
Smiling like a hero that just received his medal

7. Country Boy
Released in 2008
On Album Good Time
The song is about a boy trying to pick up a girl because he is a country boy.

Climb in my bed, I’ll take you for a ride
Up city streets, down country roads
I can get you where you need to go
‘Cause I’m a country boy

6. Gone Country
Released in 1994
On Album Who I Am
The song portrays the country music scene.

She’s gone country, look at them boots
She’s gone country, back to her roots
She’s gone country, a new kind of suit
She’s gone counrty, here she comes


5. Good Time
Released in 2008
On Album Good Time
This is about a guy who wants to part after a hard day’s work.  A very popular line dance song too!

I’ve been workin’ all week
And I’m tired and I don’t wanna sleep
I wanna have fun
Time for a good time

4. Livin’ On Love
Released in 1994
On Album Who I Am
The song is a great anniversary song as it describes a couple through the years still in love.

It sounds simple, that’s what you’re thinkin’
But love can walk through fire without blinkin’
It doesn’t take much when you get enough
Livin’ on love

3. It’s Five O’Clock Somewhere
Released in 2003
On Album Greatest Hits Volume II
When is it a good time to kick back and have a drink? Anytime as it is 5 O’Clock somewhere.

Pour me somethin’ tall an’ strong
Make it a “Hurricane” before I go insane
It’s only half-past twelve but I don’t care
It’s five o’clock somewhere

2. Chattahoochee
Released in 1993
On Album A Lot About Livin’ (And a Little ‘Bout Love)
The song is about growing up and having fun – any kid in America.

Never knew how much that muddy water meant to me
But I learned how to swim and I learned who I was
A lot about livin’ and a little ’bout love

1. Remember When
Released in 2003
On Album Greatest Hits Volume II
The song is a look back about a man and his wife and their life together…remember when. This is also another great anniversary song.

Remember when the sound of little feet
Was the music we danced to week to week
Brought back the love, we found trust
Vowed we’d never give it up


One of my favorite songs of Jackson’s that is not that popular but is a great song to play while fishing or sitting by the fire is “Dog River Blues”.  It is a two-step song too.

I’ve walked holes in both my shoes
Now I still got the river but I ain’t got you
I got the Dog River blues

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Alan Jackson Highest-Charting Songs

  • #1 I’d Love You All Over Again, 1991
  • #1 Don’t Rock the Jukebox, 1991
  • #1 Someday, 1991
  • #1 Dallas, 1991
  • #1 Love’s Got a Hold on You, 1992
  • #1 She’s Got the Rhythm (And I Got the Blues), 1992
  • #1 Chattahoochee, 1993
  • #1 Summertime Blues, 1994
  • #1 Livin’ on Love, 1994
  • #1 Gone Country, 1994
  • #1 I Don’t Even Know Your Name, 1995
  • #1 Tall, Tall Trees, 1995
  • #1 I’ll Try, 1996
  • #1 Little Bitty, 1996
  • #1 There Goes, 1997
  • #1 Right on the Money, 1998
  • #1 It Must Be Love, 2000
  • #1 Where I Come From, 2001
  • #1 Where Were You (When the World Stopped Turning), 2001
  • #1 Drive (For Daddy Gene), 2002
  • #1 It’s Five O’Clock Somewhere (with Jimmy Buffett), 2003
  • #1 Remember When, 2003
  • #1 Small Town Southern Man, 2007
  • #1 Good Time, 2008
  • #1 Country Boy, 2008
  • #1 As She’s Walking Away (Zac Brown Band), 2010
  • #1 Forever Country (Artists of Then, Now & Forever), 2016
  • #2 Chasin’ That Neon Rainbow, 1990
  • #2 Mercury Blues, 1993
  • #2 Who’s Cheatin’ Who, 1997
  • #2 Between the Devil and Me, 1997
  • #2 That’d Be Alright, 2002
  • #3 Here in the Real World, 1990
  • #3 Wanted, 1990
  • #3 Midnight in Montgomery, 1992
  • #3 Home, 1996
  • #3 I’ll Go On Loving You, 1998
  • #3 Little Man, 1999
  • #3 Work in Progress, 2002
  • #4 Tonight I Climbed the Wall, 1993
  • #4 (Who Says) You Can’t Have It All, 1994
  • #4 Gone Crazy, 1999
  • #5 When Somebody Loves You, 2001
  • #5 Too Much of a Good Thing, 2004
  • #5 Monday Morning Church, 2004
  • #5 A Woman’s Love, 2007

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