For whatever reason, you’re looking for some good country songs that start with E, and luckily for you we’ve got a great list right here. Our playlist of the best country songs that start with the letter E includes artists like Freddie Hart, Dolly Parton, Keith Urban, and other great artists. Let us know what your favorite country song that begins with the letter E is, especially if it’s not on this list already. We might even add it if we like it!

1. Hank Williams Jr.- Eleven Roses

The first #1 single for Hank Williams Jr., “Eleven Roses” appeared on his 1972 album of the same name. This famous ballad sees the narrator giving his girlfriend eleven roses to make up for his past mistakes, with the 12th rose being her when she looks in the mirror at the end. The song was originally written by Lamar Morris and Darrell McCallm.


2. Dolly Parton, Willie Nelson- Everything’s Beautiful (In It’s Own Way)

“Everything’s Beautiful (In It’s Own Way) is a country collaboration between Dolly Parton, Willie Nelson, Kris Kristofferson, and Brenda Lee. The song was featured on the 1982 album The Winning Hand, a collection of unreleased tracks between the four artists during their time with Monument Records. The song is about apprecating the beauty of nature and the all the wonderful things that are around us at all times.


3. Freddie Hart- Easy Loving

One of the most famous country songs of all time, “Easy Loving” was Freddie Hart’s breakout hit in 1971. The narrator of the song is deeply in love with his wife, and describes how easy it is to love her due to how amazing she is.


4. Keith Urban- Everybody

Released on his 2006 album Love, Pain & the Whole Crazy Thing, “Everybody” by Keith Urban is a sort of love ballad about relationship problems. In the song, the male narrator is trying to talk sense into his girl, who is trying to run away from the relationship- “the only thing that you’ve ever known is to run.”


5. Trace Adkins- Every Light in The House

“From his 1996 album Dreamin’ Out Loud, “Every Light in the House” by Trace Adkins is a sad but sweet country song about a man coping with a breakup. In the song, the narrator is letting his ex-partner know that he is leaving every light in the house on as a gesture them know that they’re always welcome back- “Just in case you ever do get tired of being gone / Every light in the house is on.”


6. Marty Robbins- El Paso

“El Paso” is undoubtedly one of the most famous country western ballads of all time. The song dates all the way back to 1959, where it appeared on the album Gunfighter Ballads and Trail Songs. The ballad tells the story of a man who falls in love with a Mexican girl in the town of El Paso, where he gunned down a man because of his love. The narrator of the song fleas El Paso in fear of his life, but eventually returns to see his lover again.


7. Kathy Mattea- Eighteen Wheels and a Dozen Roses

Released on her 1987 album Untasted Honey, Kathy Mattea’s “Eighteen Wheels and a Dozen Roses” is a sweet song about a truck driver who is retiring after years of working to spend more time with his wife- “Eighteen wheels and a dozen roses / Ten more miles on his four-day run / A few more songs from the all-night radio / Then he’ll spend the rest of his life with the one that he loves.”


8. Elvis Presley- Easy Question

You can find “Easy Question” on the 1962 album Pot Luck. The song is about a narrator who has presumably asked his partner if they love him, but can’t get an answer back- “Do you or don’t you love me / Such an easy question / Why can’t I get an answer / Tell me, will you or won’t you need me.”


9. Blackhawk- Every Once in a While

Blackhawk released “Every Once in a While” on their 1994 album Blackhawk. The song is about a man who wonders if his ex-girlfriend still thinks about him- “Just ask her if she ever still thinks about me / She’ll say every once in a while, every once in a while.”


10. Dolly Parton- Eagle When She Flies

From her 1991 album of the same name, “Eagle When She Flies” by Dolly Parton is an inspirational country song for women and mothers. The narrator explains that they are sometimes weak, but when they are strong they are unstoppable- “Her heart’s as soft as feathers / Still she weathers stormy skies / And she’s a sparrow when she’s broken / But she’s an eagle when she flies.”

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