Ten “American” Country Songs to Celebrate the Fourth of July

Ten “American” Country Songs to Celebrate the Fourth of July

The Fourth of July is a day in the United States that we celebrate our country’s independence from Britain and the adoption of the Declaration of Independence. It’s a day off from work where we host barbecues, spend time with family, set off fireworks and listen to some good ole country music.

What better way to celebrate the Fourth and our country’s independence than with a playlist of country songs the reference America. Here are 10 America-titled songs for your enjoyment this Fourth of July.

Have a safe and happy holiday from your friends at Nash Country Daily.

1. “All -American Girl” – Carrie Underwood

 

2. “American Kids” – Kenny Chesney

 

3. “American Heart”  – Faith Hill

 

4. “American Honey” – Lady Antebellum

5. “American Saturday Night” – Brad Paisley

6. “American Soldier” – Toby Keith

 

 

7. “American Child” – Phil Vassar

 

8. “American Made” – The Oak Ridge Boys

 

9. “Only in America” – Brooks and Dunn

 

10. “God Bless The USA” – Lee Greenwood

Photo of Carrie Underwood by Randee St. Nicholas/Schmidt Relations; Photo of Kenny Chesney Courtesy of Sony Music Nashivlle; Photo of Brad Paisley by Jim Shea/Schmidt Relations

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