This Sunday Morning on 1077/GNA, we rewind the clock and feature the Number One Songs of 20 years ago, 1994.

In 1994, Line Dancing was in full swing on TNN's Wildhorse Saloon, Garthmania was still going strong, Opryland Theme Park was a fun destination, and legends like George Jones, Loretta Lynn, Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash and Dolly Parton were still making great music- even if it wasn't making it to the top of the charts.

Faith Hill made her Country Music debut in 1993, with 'Wild One' becoming her first Number One Song and the first Number One Song of 1994. Newcomers Clay Walker, Neal McCoy, and John Berry were just breaking through with their first chart toppers.  Meanwhile, the artists that made up the infamous Class of '89 - Alan Jackson, Garth Brooks, Clint Black, Travis Tritt, Mary Chapin Carpenter, were still at the top of their game.

With artists like Shania Twain and LeAnn Rimes waiting their turn to break through, early 90's stars Joe Diffie, John Michael Montgomery, Tracy Lawrence, Brooks and Dunn and Little Texas were making great strides towards accumulating greatest hits albums. Not to mention, a couple of artists from the early-mid 80's were still in the race- Randy Travis, Vince Gill and George Strait.

We hope enjoy this trip back in time! Do any of these song titles bring back memories?

Billboard's Number One Songs of 1994

Wild One- Faith Hill (pictured above with Clint Black)

Live Until I Die- Clay Walker

I Swear- John Michael Montgomery

I Just Wanted You To Know- Mark Chesnutt

Tryin' To Get Over You- Vince Gill

No Doubt About It- Neal McCoy

My Love- Little Texas

If The Good DIe Young- Tracy Lawrence

Piece Of My Heart- Faith Hill

A Good Of Bad Luck- Clint Black (pictured above with Faith Hill)

If Bubba Can Dance (I Can Too)- Shenandoah

Your Love Amazes Me- John Berry

Don't Take The Girl- Tim McGraw

That Ain't No Way To Go- Brooks and Dunn

Wink- Neal McCoy

Foolish Pride- Travis Tritt

Summertime Blues- Alan Jackson

Be My Baby Tonight- John Michael Montgomery

Dreaming With My Eyes Wide Open- Clay Walker

Whisper My Name- Randy Travis

XXX's and OOO's (An American Girl)- Trisha Yearwood

Third Rock From The Sun- Joe Diffie

Who's That Man- Toby Keith

She's Not The Cheatin' Kind- Brooks and Dunn

Livin' On Love- Alan Jackson

Shut Up and Kiss Me- Mary Chapin Carpenter

If I Could Make A Living- Clay Walker

The Big One- George Strait

If You've Got Love- John Michael Montgomery

Pickup Man- Joe Diffie

Remember the songs of 1992?