9 of the greatest love songs in country music history

"Kiss An Angel Good Mornin'," Charley Pride

Charley Pride's 1971 love song was a crossover hit on country and pop charts and has been performed by George Jones and Alan Jackson.

"Hello Darlin'," Conway Twitty

Conway Twitty's 1970 hit "Hello Darlin'" is a legendary love song that was added to the Grammy Hall of Fame in 1999, six years after his death.

"When You Say Nothing At All," Keith Whitley

First released in 1988, this classic love song by Keith Whitley was later covered by Alison Krauss and became a chart-topping hit.

"It's Your Love," Tim McGraw & Faith Hill

Released in 1997, this duet by married couple Tim McGraw and Faith Hill is known for its authentic chemistry and remains a fan favorite.

"I Cross My Heart," George Strait

Recorded for the 1992 film "Pure Country," this iconic track by George Strait is one of his most beloved songs.

"Ring of Fire," Johnny Cash

Written by June Carter, this 1963 hit by Johnny Cash topped the charts and symbolizes the deep love between Cash and Carter, who married shortly after its release.

"I Will Always Love You," Dolly Parton

Written by Dolly Parton during her split with Porter Wagoner, this song became legendary, especially after Whitney Houston's 1992 cover, one of the best-selling singles ever.

"You're Still The One," Shania Twain

Co-written by Shania Twain and released in 1998, this song about enduring love became an immediate #1 hit and is popular at weddings and anniversaries.

"Forever and Ever Amen," Randy Travis

Released in 1987, this Grammy-winning song by Randy Travis promises eternal love and resonated deeply with audiences, earning the Country Music Association Award for Song of the Year.