Not to freak you out, but this is probably the song your parents were listening to when you were um, made!

Let's take a stroll down memory lane. You probably won't remember the song that was popular the year you were born (I certainly don't), unless it's still popular. Several of these songs you still hear at weddings. What's the oldest song you remember on here?

  • 1980

    Kenny Rogers

    "Coward of the County"
  • 1981

    Ronnie Milsap

    “There’s No Getting Over Me”
  • 1982

    Willie Nelson

    “Always On My Mind”
  • 1983

    Dolly Parton and Kenny Rogers

    “Islands in the Stream"
  • 1984

    Julio Iglesias and Willie Nelson

    “To All The Girls I’ve Loved Before”
  • 1985

    George Strait

    “Does Fort Worth Ever Cross Your Mind”
  • 1986

    Randy Travis

    “Digging Up Bones”
  • 1987

    Randy Travis

    “Forever and Ever, Amen”
  • 1988

    Kathy Mattea

    “Eighteen Wheels and A Dozen Roses”
  • 1989

    Keith Whitley

    “I’m No Stranger To The Rain”
  • 1990

    George Strait

    “Love Without End, Amen”
  • 1991


    “Down Home”

    Alan Jackson's "Don't Rock the Jukebox" also spent some time at the number one spot this year.

  • 1992

    Billy Ray Cyrus

    “My Achy Breaky Heart”

    One of my all time faves as a kid!!

  • 1993

    Alan Jackson

  • 1994

    Faith Hill

    “Wild One”

    Two other songs spent some time in the number one spot as well:

    “I Swear” by John Michael Montgomery and “Wink” by Neil McCoy

  • 1995

    Tim McGraw

    “I Like It, I Love It”

    The start of the Tim and Faith takeover!

  • 1996

    Faith Hill

    “It Matters to Me”
  • 1997

    Tim McGraw and Faith Hill

    “It’s Your Love”
  • 1998

    Tim McGraw

    “Just To See You Smile”
  • 1999


  • 2000

    Faith Hill

  • 2001

    Brooks and Dunn

    “Ain’t Nothing ‘Bout You”
  • 2002

    Kenny Chesney

    “The Good Stuff”
  • 2003

    Alan Jackson and Jimmy Buffet

    “It’s Five O’ Clock Somewhere”
  • 2004

    Kenny Chesney

    “There Goes My Life”

    Gretchen Wilson made an appearance at the number one spot with "Redneck Woman" this year as well

  • 2005

    Toby Keith

    “As Good As I Once Was”

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