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Country Songs That Use a Place in the Name [VIDEOS]

After doing my blogs about places for vacation, and with Richie’s songs about Albany area places “Your Town Thursday,” it got me to think about country songs that have either the name of a place in the title.It doesn’t necessarily mean the song is about a place. It was just a fun little thing. There are quite a few songs that do this. Here are some that I thought of:

The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia, By Reba McEntire

Stays in Mexico by Toby Keith

Laredo by Chris Cagle

Heads Carolina, Tails California by Jo Dee Messina

Arlington by Trace Adkins

I thought I’d end on a patriotic note. Can you name some country songs that use a place name in the title?

 

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