The 10 Best Mark Chesnut Songs of All-Time

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While Mark Chesnutt may not be as well-known as some of country music’s biggest stars, few can dispute the impact he has had on the genre. With over 20 singles making it to No. 1 and more than 25 million albums sold during his career, there is no doubting that this singer and songwriter made a lasting impact on the music scene. And though Chesnutt has slowed down his touring schedule, he continues to record and release new albums and tracks. With so many hits and so many successful years in the business, it’s no surprise that Chesnutt has had more than a few songs make their way onto country radio playlists over the years. His deep, rich vocals combined with lyrics that many can relate to making his songs some of the best country music. To celebrate Chesnutt’s career and nearly 25 years of releasing new music, here are the ten best Mark Chesnutt songs of all time.

10. Your love is a miracle 1991

 

Your love is a miracle 1991 was the third single from his debut album Too Cold at Home. With a catchy beat and lyrics that fans can’t get enough of, this song has become a fan favorite over the years. Listening to the music now still gives us the same feelings we first had when it came out, making it a song that Chesnutt will always be remembered for.

9. Goin’ Through The Big D 1995

 

Goin’ Through The Big D was one of Mark Chesnutt’s most successful singles. Released in 1995, this song reached the No. 1 spot on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart and remained at the top for two consecutive weeks. They also helped his album Longnecks & Short Stories become certified platinum thanks to that success.

8. Almost Goodbye 1993

 

Almost Goodbye was the third single from Chesnutt’s album Longnecks & Short Stories. The song became Chesnutt’s second No. 1 hit on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart and also helped that album eventually reach double-platinum status. With lyrics that almost any fan can relate to, this song is another one that has become a fan favorite over the years. The song also helped Mark win his first Academy of Country Music award for Top New Male Vocalist.

7. Gonna Get A Life 1995

 

Going to Get A Life was the fourth single released from his album Longnecks & Short Stories. This song about a lover who backs out on plans for one reason or another has become a fan favorite over the years, mainly because of its catchy beat and lyrics that anybody can relate to. With almost all of his albums containing at least one track that made it to the top of country radio, this song is undoubtedly one of those tracks.

6. I Just Wanted You To Know 1994

 

I Just Wanted You To Know was the fourth and final single released from his album Too Cold at Home. This heart-wrenching song about a breakup is one that we can all relate to and makes us want to go back in time and apologize for our own mistakes. With lyrics like “If I could take it back, I swear on my life I would,” that can bring almost anyone to tears, this song will stay in the hearts of country music fans forever.

5. I’ll Think Of Something 1992

 

I’ll Think Of Something was the first track released from his album Too Cold at Home. This emotional song about lost love is another one that many fans can relate to, making it an instant favorite over the years. While this song helped Chesnutt win the CMA Horizon Award for Best New Artist in 1992, it also helped his debut album sell over two million copies.

4. It’s A Little Too Late 1997

 

It’s A Little Too Late was the third single from his album. I Don’t Want To Miss a Thing. This song about a former love that cheated on them is one of Mark Chesnutt’s most recognizable songs. With lyrics like “I had my suspicions all along” that we can all relate to, this song is also one that many people can’t help but sing along to. With almost all of his albums containing at least one track that made it to the top of country radio, this song is undoubtedly one of those tracks.

3. It Sure Is Monday 1993

 

It Sure Is Monday was the second single released from his album Too Cold at Home. This song made it to the top of country radio, making it an instant favorite with many fans over the years. No matter what day of the week it is, this song continues to bring us back to our youth. With almost all of his albums containing at least one track that made it to the top of country radio, this song is undoubtedly one of those tracks.

2. Brother Jukebox 1991

 

Brother Jukebox was the first single released from his debut album Too Cold At Home. The song went all the way to number four on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart, making it another one of Mark Chesnutt’s most recognizable songs over the years. With lyrics that almost anybody can relate to, this song has been a fan favorite over the years. With nearly all of his albums containing at least one track that made it to the top of country radio, this song is undoubtedly one of those tracks.

1. I Don’t Want To Miss A Thing 1999

 

I Don’t Want To Miss A Thing was the second single released from his album Almost Goodbye. This track about a relationship coming to an end is one that we can all relate to and makes us hope that we’re strong enough not to give in and get back together with our ex. With lyrics like “It’s the last time, you’ll hear me say ‘I love you like that” that can make anybody cry, this song will be played over and over again in the hearts of country music fans everywhere. With almost all of his albums containing at least one track that made it to the top of country radio, this song is undoubtedly one of those tracks.

Conclusion

Today we discussed the 10 Best Mark Chesnut Songs of All-Time. Although his career was short, he will always be remembered as one of country music’s best vocalists and entertainers. He will truly be missed by many, including myself. If you feel like honoring the legacy that Mark Chesnut left behind, check out all of his albums and enjoy all of the great songs that he left us.

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