10. 'Most People Are Good'
One of Luke Bryan’s more recent hits, “Most People Are Good”, has become one of the most influential songs of his career.
The song’s universal message about inclusion and self-expression has resonated with people from all walks of life, whether you're a country music fan or not. The uplifting message and easygoing melody makes it that much better to listen to.
The lyrics include: "I believe you love who you love / Ain't nothing you should ever be ashamed of."
“Most People Are Good” was released in 2017 off his sixth studio album What Makes You Country.
9. 'I Don’t Want This Night To End'
There’s nothing like a classic “guy meets a girl” country love song. “I Don’t Want This Night to End” was a certified-hit as soon as it was released, becoming Bryan’s third No. 1 on Billboard's Hot Country Songs and Country Airplay charts. The uptempo ballad simply tells the story of a guy meeting a girl for the first time who hopes their night doesn’t come to an end.
“I Don’t Want This Night to End” was released as the second single from his 2011 album Tailgates & Tanlines.
8. 'Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye'
Released as the fourth and final single off Tailgates & Tanlines, “Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye” tells the story of a couple that realizes it’s time to go their separate ways, but not before doing “what we do best” one more time.
7. 'All My Friends Say'
Early Luke Bryan fans will remember his first single “All My Friends Say” off his 2007 debut album I’ll Stay Me. It was right after the release of this hell-raising foot-stomper that Nashville discovered its next country superstar.
The uptempo track tells the story of a guy who wakes up after a night of drinking with no recollection of what happened. In his attempt to put back the pieces of the night, all his friends tell him he began drinking heavily when he saw his former love walk in the bar with another man.
The lyrics include: And all my friends say / I started shooting doubles when you walked in / All my friends say / I went a little crazy seeing you with him.”
6. ‘Huntin', Fishin' And Lovin' Every Day’
It’s the prayer that a country boy prays, "Huntin', Fishin' and Lovin' Every Day". This Southern boy anthem is a tribute to Luke’s upbringing as the youngest son of a farmer in Leesburg, Georgia.
Penned with Bryan’s frequent co-writers Rhett Akins, Dallas Davidson and Ben Hayslip, the track quickly made its way to no. 1 on the Billboard Country Airplay chart in 2016, becoming his 14th No. 1.
The reflective “Fast” will have you looking back on your younger days wondering how they went by so quickly. Whether it’s those long summer nights spent with your best friends or weekends spent at a music festival, this nostalgic song will have you living each day to its very fullest.
“Fast” allowed Bryan to make history, becoming the first artist to earn six No. 1 singles from one album (Kill the Lights).
4. 'Drunk On You'
Luke may not have had a hand in writing the irresistible “Drunk on You”, but his vocals definitely gave it justice. The mid-tempo track became the singer’s fourth No. 1 song and was the third bestselling country song in 2012.
Written by Rodney Clawson, Chris Thompkins and Josh Kear, “Drunk On You” is one of those Luke Bryan songs that never gets old and has the whole crowd singing along.
3. 'Drink A Beer'
If you’re in the mood for a tear-jerker, “Drink A Beer” should be at the top of your “Sad Country Songs” playlist. Written from personal heartache of losing both of his siblings, the ballad tells the story of a person who doesn’t know what to do with themself after a loved one’s passing, so they sit quietly and drink a beer.
Bryan wrote the song alongside Chris Stapleton, who also lends his soulful vocals on the track. “Drink A Beer” is on Bryan’s 2013 album Crash My Party and became his seventh No. 1.
2. 'Rain Is A Good Thing'
Released as the second single off Bryan’s second album Doin’ My Thing, the upbeat “Rain Is a Good Thing” will have you appreciating those gloomy days so much more, especially with the lyrics, “Rain makes corn, corn makes whiskey / Whiskey makes my baby, feel a little frisky.”
“Rain Is a Good Thing” became the singer’s first-ever No.1 hit.
1. 'Country Girl (Shake It For Me)'
Even if you don’t like country music, you will without a doubt know “Country Girl (Shake It for Me)", which sky-rocketed Luke’s career and remains one of his most-recognizable songs.
Whether it’s his swoon-worthy dance, or the fun, ditty lyrics, it’s hard not to crank it up a notch when “Country Girl” comes on. As it turns out, the singer was originally unsure about the song as it was very different from his past singles. After seeing the fan reaction from playing it live, he decided to release it and never looked back.