Top 10 Clay Walker Songs That Will Make You Feel Good

Clay Walker Songs

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These 10 Clay Walker Songs That Will Make You Feel Good are defined by heartfelt stories showcasing people’s doing good things. It’s a pretty easy argument to make when all one has to do is listen to the proof provided below in the song’s lyrics and beautiful melodies.  Clay Walker broke into the music business back in 1993 with his first album entitled Clay Walker. Since his debut album, Clay Walker has released eleven studio albums and thirty four singles. Out of those singles Clay Walker has released, six of them have gone all the way to number one on the country music charts. While not all of them are on our top 10 Clay Walker songs list, a few of them are sprinkled in with all the other great Clay Walker songs that we have presented on this top 10 list.

# 10 – Who Needs You Baby

We open up our top 10 Clay Walker Songs list with the very cool single entitled “Who Needs You Baby.”  The title of the song says it all, or does it? It’s one of those songs where the title asks the question and then answers it in the next sentence by simply saying “I do.” Clever writing and in the end, just a real fun song. The song “Who Needs You Baby” was released on the Hypnotize the Moon album. It was the second single released from the album. The album was released in 1995. “Who Needs You Baby” was a number two hit on the US Billboard Hot Country Songs Charts. It hit the same exact position on the Canadian Country Music Charts. The poignant song “Who Needs You Baby” was composed by Steve Dorff, Julian Williams and Eric Kaz.

# 9 -You’re Beginning to Get to Me

This is one of those songs that grabs you right away when your hear those perfect chord changes. You just know you’re going to love this song. “You’re Beginning to Get to Me,” is a marvelous song that was released in 1998 on Clay Walker’s Greatest Hits album. It was the second single released from the album. The song was a hit on the US Billboard Hot Country Songs Charts peaking at number two. The wondrous song “You’re Beginning to Get to Me,” was composed by Tom Shapiro and Aaron Barker. “You’re Beginning to Get to Me,” stands as Clay Walker’s highest charting song of his career on the US Billboard Hot 100 where it broke the top 40 peaking at number thirty nine.

# 8 – Like We Never Said Goodbye

In the number eight spot on our top 10 Clay Walker Songs list we present the song  entitled “Like We Never Said Goodbye.” The song was released on the album entitled She Won’t Be Lonely Long. The album was released in 2009. It was the fourth single released from the album. The song was a hit on the US Billboard Hot Country Songs Charts peaking at number forty six. It may not have been one of Clay Walker’s highest charting songs but it’s one of his most heartfelt. The song was composed by Cory Batten and Tiffany Goss.

# 7 – I Can’t Sleep

In the number seven position on our top 10 Clay Walker Songs list is the terrific song entitled “I Can’t Sleep.” The song was released on the album entitled A Few Questions. The album was released in 2003. It was the second single released from the album. The song was a hit on the US Billboard Hot Country Songs Charts peaking at number nine.  The song “I Can’t Sleep” also broke into the US Billboard Hot 100 peaking at number  sixty one.  “I Can’t Sleep” was composed by Chely Wright and Clay Walker.

# 6 – Hypnotize the Moon

Arriving in the number six spot on our top 10 Clay Walker Songs list we present the song “Hypnotize the Moon.” This is just such a breathtaking songs. It’s a haunting ballad that hits you right in the heart. Clay Walker sets the scene putting you right there and understanding everything about the woman he is singing about. The song was released on the album also entitled Hypnotize the Moon. This is such a well written song that was composed by Steve Dorff, Julian Williams and Eric Kaz.

# 5 – Live Until I Die

At the number five on our top 10 Clay Walker Songs list is the phenomenal song entitled “Live Until I Die.” There is something about this song that reminds me of mid to late 1980s John Mellencamp music. “Live Until I Die” was issued on the album entitled Clay Walker. The album was released in 1993. It was the second single released from the album. It was also Clay Walker’s second straight number one single on the US Billboard Hot Country Songs Charts. The song “Live Until I Die” was composed by Clay Walker.

# 4 – If I Could Make a Living

At the number four spot on our top 10 Clay Walker Songs list we present the swinging old school style song with a modern twist entitled “If I Could Make a Living.” The song was released on the album also entitled If I Could Make a Living. The album was released in 1994. It was the first single released from the album. The song “If I Could Make a Living” was a hit on the US Billboard Hot Country Songs Charts peaking at number one. “If I Could Make a Living”also was a number on hit on the Canadian Country Music Charts. The jubilant song  “If I Could Make a Living”was composed by Alan Jackson and Keith Stegall.

# 3 – The Chain of Love

In the number three spot on our top 10 Clay Walker Songs list we present the song entitled “The Chain of Love.” It’s a gorgeous song with a great story and a message for everyone, especially during these turbulent and mad times. Instead of everyone yelling at each other we should be doing exactly what the characters do in this song. That’s what life should be about. Take a listen to this song and tell me I’m wrong.   The song was released on the album entitled Live, Laugh, Love. The album was released in 2000. It was the first single released from the album. The song was a hit on the US Billboard Hot Country Songs Charts, peaking at number three. The song “The Chain of Love,” was also a top 40 hit on the US Billboard Hot 100, sneaking in right at number forty. “The Chain of Love,” was composed by Rory Feek and Jonnie Barnett.

# 2 – What’s It to You

Just of the number one spot on our top 10 Clay Walker Songs list we embrace the rocking song entitled “What’s It to You” The song’s energetic vibe is fueled by some stellar guitar licks. “What’s It to You” stands as Clay Walker’s first single release. The song was released on the album entitled Clay Walker in 1993. His debut single was a very successful one as it hit number one on the US Billboard Hot Country Songs Charts.  It also broke into the US Billboard Hot 100 peaking at number seventy three. “What’s It to You”  was also a very big hit in Canada as it also hit number one north of the border on the Canadian Country Music Charts.

# 1 – Rumor Has It

We tie up our top 10 Clay Walker Songs list with the happy-sounding song entitled “Rumor Has It.” This one feels good. It’s got a great swing feel and an incredible hook. It’s one that you can’t stop listening to. The song was released on the album entitled Rumor Has It. The album was released in 1997. It was the first single released from the album. The song was a hit on the US Billboard Hot Country Songs Charts peaking all the way up to number one. The song “Rumor Has It” also was a hit on the Canadian Country Music Charts, again rising all the way to number one.  The song was composed by Clay Walker and M. Jason Greene.

Updated November 15, 2023

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