Entertainment Music Top 100 Country Songs of the 1990s - Part 5 20 - 1 Share PINTEREST Email Print Tim Mosenfelder/Hulton Archive/Getty Images Music Country Music Top Picks Top Artists Rock Music Pop Music Alternative Music Classical Music Folk Music Rap & Hip Hop Rhythm & Blues World Music Punk Music Heavy Metal Jazz Latin Music Oldies Learn More By Shelly Fabian Updated on 11/26/17 Here is our list of the Top 100 Country Songs of the 1990s, as compiled from various sources (see disclaimer below). Included, when possible, are guitar tabs/chords and/or lyrics for each song, plus if we've reviewed the album with the song on it, there is a link to that as well. [Disclaimer: This list has been painstakingly compiled from many sources on the 'net (including Billboard charts, album charts, and various surveys and polls), with a good dose of common sense thrown in. It is in no way meant to represent exact chart positions or total sales, and is not necessarily a reflection of song popularity. Any omissions are purely unintentional. Print entire Top 100 list 20 "How Forever Feels" - Kenny Chesney 19 "Love Without End, Amen" - George Strait18 "The Thunder Rolls" - Garth Brooks17 "Achy Breaky Heart" - Billy Ray Cyrus16 "I Like It, I Love It" - Tim McGraw15 "Is There Life Out There" - Reba McEntire14 "My Maria" - Brooks & Dunn13 "I'm Alright" - Jo Dee Messina12 "I Saw The Light" - Wynonna Judd11 "I Still Believe In You" - Vince Gill10 "It's Your Love" - Tim McGraw and Faith Hill9 "Amazed" - Lonestar8 "Any Man of Mine" - Shania Twain7 "There's Your Trouble" - Dixie Chicks6 "I Swear" - John Michael Montgomery5 "Carrying Your Love With Me" - George Strait4 "Chattahoochie" - Alan Jackson3 "The Dance" - Garth Brooks2 "Should've Been a Cowboy" - Toby Keith1 "Don't Rock the Juke Box" - Alan Jackson 100-81 | 20-61 | 60-41 | 40-21 | 20-1Top 100 Country Songs of the 1990s Archive Top 100 Country Music Songs of the 1990s was originally compiled by, and published on, About Country, at http://countrymusic.about.com. All contents are © 2004 - 2006 by Shelly Fabian and About.com. May be distributed freely, but please keep all credit and copyright information intact.