Top Father’s Day Tunes [LIST]
In honor of Father's Day, here are the top country tunes celebrating good ol' dad!
"Tough Little Boys," Gary Allan "She'd say, 'I know all about men / How tough little boys grow up to be dads / They turn into big babies again."
"The Best Day," George Strait "Dad, this could be the best day of my life / I've been dreaming day and night about the fun we'll have."
"Mr. Mom," Lonestar "There's bubblegum in the baby's hair / Sweet potatoes in my lazy chair / Been crazy all day long / And it's only Monday, Mr. Mom."
"My Last Name," Dierks Bentley "Daddy always told me far back as I recall / 'Son, you're part of somethin', you represent us all / So keep it how you got it, as solid as it came / It's my last name."
"He's Mine," Rodney Atkins "He's ever last bit of my old man's son / And if you knew me then / There'd be no question in your mind / You'd know, he's mine."
"Song for Dad," Keith Urban "The older I get, the more I can see / How much he loved my mother and my brother and me / And he did the best that he could / And I hope when I have my own family / That everyday I see a little more of my father in me."
"He Didn't Have to Be," Brad Paisley Lookin' back all I can say about all the things he did for me / Is I hope I'm at least half the dad that he didn't have to be."
"Just Fishin'," Trace Adkins "I say, 'Daddy loves you, baby' one more time / She says, 'I know. I think I got a bite.' / And all this laughin’, cryin, smilin’ dyin’ here inside’s what I call, livin’."
"Drive (For Daddy Gene)," Alan Jackson "A young boy two hands on the wheel / I can't replace the way it made me feel / And I would turn her sharp / And I would make her whine / He'd say, 'You can't beat the way an old wood boat rides' / Just a little lake across the Alabama line / But I was king of the ocean / When Daddy let me drive."