'Forever After All': Luke Combs, Kane Brown, Others Share Romantic Tributes

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No one can write and sing love songs quite like country artists can. Some of the biggest artists in the genre have released some of the best, most heartfelt songs, and they’re often penned with loved ones in mind.

Some husband-and-wife artist duos have even collaborated on some of the most sentimental duets, including Tim McGraw and Faith Hill, a country power couple since the 90s. McGraw and Hill teamed up on “It’s Your Love,” for example, shortly after tying the knot in 1996. Lee Brice debuted the upbeat anthem “Soul,” and explained when he premiered the music video: “The idea that our souls truly connect to each other in unexplainable ways has always been at the core of what I do as a musician, a writer, a producer, and a singer….and I think it's a good reminder to keep with me every day.”

Other big names in country music have released love songs of their own over the years, including “To The Moon And Back” by Luke Bryan and “You Make It Easy” by Jason Aldean. And, who can forget “I Will Always Love You” by country icon Dolly Parton

Whether you’re looking for a recent release or a classic country hit, there’s likely an artist out there who has written a song that was inspired by a significant other. Take a look at some of the biggest country love songs below:

Kane Brown & Katelyn BrownThank God

Trisha Yearwood (written with husband Garth Brooks), “For The Last Time

Florida Georgia Line and Bebe Rexha, “Meant to Be” (inspired by Tyler Hubbard’s wife, Hayley)