'I Cross My Heart'
'I Cross my Heart' was the lead single off 1992's 'Pure Country,' a soundtrack to the same-titled film that starred Strait and Lesley Ann Warren. The soundtrack -- which included only songs by George Strait -- spent 393 weeks on Billboard's Top Country Catalog Albums.
'You Had Me From Hello'
Kenny Chesney supposedly wrote this song after seeing Rene Zellweger in 'Jerry Maguire,' later marrying the actress in 2005. Although the marriage did not work out, Chesney sure new how to express love at first sight: "I felt love start to grow the moment I looked into your eyes / You won me, it was over from the start."
Off the 2000 album of the same name, 'Yes!' is the story of how Country crooner Chad Brock met his wife. This was Brock's only hit to reach No. 1 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart.
The first single off McGraw's 1997 album 'Everywhere,' 'It's Your Love' was McGraw and Hill's first Top 10 hit on Billboard's Hot 100. When the music video was shot, Faith Hill was visibly pregnant with the couple's first child, Gracie.
'Could I Have This Dance'
Penned by Wayland Holyfield and Bob House, this country wedding song was featured in the John Travolta-featured flick 'Urban Cowboy.' It became Murray's fifth No. 1 country hit.
'From this Moment On'
Included on her multi-platinum album, 1997's 'Come on Over,' the song was written about Twain and her then-husband, record producer "Mutt" Lange. With featured vocals by Bryan White as well as string accompaniment, this song represents the ultimate bond and love between two people.
'Forever and Ever, Amen'
'Forever and Ever, Amen' won Travis a Grammy for Best Country & Western Song in 1987. It was featured on his sophomore studio effort, 'Always & Forever,' which also includes other hit singles 'Too Gone Too Long,' 'I Won't Need You Anymore (Always and Forever),' and 'I Told You So.'
Months before R&B vocal quartet All-4-One took this to the top of the pop charts in several countries, the ballad was recorded by John Michael Montgomery. The country song was featured on Montgomery's sophomore album 'Kickin' It Up,' which was certified 4x Multi-platinum by the RIAA.
'I Will Always Love You'
Dolly Parton wrote this iconic love song in 1973, supposedly for her one-time partner and mentor Porter Wagoner. The song was later re-recorded in 1982 for the soundtrack of 'The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas,' with both versions hitting No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 (which was the first time the same artist had the same song reach No. 1).
'Bless the Broken Road'
Originally released by the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band in 1994, this country wedding song was later covered by Sons of the Desert, Selah and Carrie Underwood. Rascal Flatt's 2005 version was the most successful on the charts, even snagging a Grammy for Best Country Song that same year.