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13 Morgan Wallen Songs That Helped Him Sell Out Arenas
Morgan Wallen has only released two albums so far, but he has already earned an extremely loyal audience.
As Morgan celebrates his 29th birthday this Friday, the 13th, we count down what we believe are his finest songs to date.
His very first single. A memorable lyric to the song, "Man, it ain't my fault, I just live the way I talk."
"Chasin' You" became Wallen's third consecutive Number One hit on the Billboard Country Airplay chart. The "Chasin' You (Dream Video)" was filmed in black and white and showed Wallen driving around Nashville, Tennessee, in a convertible.
This song made history as it debuted at number one on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts for the week ending January 23, 2021, along with the album tracks "Somebody's Problem," "Warning," and "Sand in My Boots" and the singles "7 Summers" and "More Than My Hometown." In doing so, Wallen became the first artist ever to chart six songs within the top 10 of Hot Country Songs at the same time.
Morgan said, "Wrote this song with my buddies about some moments and times in my life that have made me who I am today. Some good, some bad, but all of them I can look back on and grin a little."
This song's narrative is all about a budding new relationship; one ends and another begins. In the lyrics, Wallen thinks how a woman who is too good to be true could have slipped through an ex's fingers and guessed she is somebody else’s problem.
Morgan said that even though he didn't write this song, it brought him to tears upon first hearing it, and he said it is of his most personal songs.
Wallen described the song as all about growing up in the country; it truly is a love song to the town that raised him. The song is an anthem that pays tribute to all the small-town Friday nights and beer drinking around the bonfire.
A fun party song with Florida Georgia Line. The video features Wallen and both members of Florida Georgia Line partying on a beach and in concert.
An ode to his hometown, the photograph used as the cover image for the single, was taken looking southbound on Tennessee Highway 70 just north of Kyles Ford, Tennessee. One of the towns listed on the highway sign in the photo, Sneedville, is Morgan’s actual hometown.
A big hit for Wallen, this song reached number one on the Billboard Country Airplay chart dated June 8, 2019, after topping the Hot Country Songs chart. The song was certified 3× Platinum by the RIAA in May of 2020.
This touching ballad's chorus sings, "Mister, I'll take your roses / If you cut off the thorns, she can't take no more / I'll buy violets and daisies to hide all the crazy, it's gonna take all you've got / Aw, it's a bad day for love, but a good day for flower shops."
This story song was the perfect vibe for the time. When this smash was released, the song broke the single-day Apple Music streaming record for a country song and debuted at number six on the Billboard Hot 100.
This touching song is a nostalgic ballad about lost love, describes a worn-out cowboy, weathering lost love and fading memories of drinking with that girl who could've been the one. It became Wallen's fifth number one song in February of 2022.