Top 10 Lee Brice Songs

Lee Brice Songs

Our Top 10 Lee Brice songs list looks at the songs of a spectacular country music artist and a very special songwriter. Lee Brice may be categorized as country, but one can easily hear that this is a man that has been inspired by the works of songwriters like Bruce Springsteen, Billy Falcon and Bon Jovi as well as many other 70s singer-songwriters. His songs bear the sentiment of county classics, but his melodies bear similarity to the rock and roll pop spirit. Lee Brice has had two careers. One as a songwriter for other artists, and one as a featured artist himself. All the songs on this list showcase Lee Brice as the featured performer.

# 10 – That Way Again

We open up our top 10 songs Lee Brice list with the beautiful song “That Way Again.” This one defines right upfront what a special songwriter Lee Brice is. There are echoes of the greats like Dan Fogelberg, Harry Chapin, and Jim Croce all simmering beneath the words and music of Lee Brice. We think you are going to really enjoy this list of Lee Brice songs.

# 9 – More Than A Memory

While this Lee Brice songs list mainly focuses on songs that Lee Brice released as an artist himself, we just could not leave this one off. Continuing with our top 10 Lee Brice songs list we showcase the great song entitled “More Than A Memory.” Lee Brice composed this song for Garth Brooks. The legendary country singer had a number one hit with the song. However, what was so spectacular about this amazing piece of music was that it was the first country single to ever debut at number one on the US Billboard Hot Country Charts.

 

# 8 – “Upper Middle Class White Trash”

Well this title will most definitely catch your eye. Lee Brice takes a break from his heartwarming love songs to head down the road of honky tonk style country. In a sort of Charle Daniels style groove, Lee Brice delivers a fun one here.  In the number eight spot on our top 10 Lee Brice songs list we present the song entitled “Upper Middle Class White Trash”  The song was released on the album entitled Picture of Me. The album was released in 2008.  The song was composed by Lee Brice and Jon McElroy.

# 7 – Memory I Don’t Mess With

In the number seven position on our top 10 Lee Brice songs list is the song entitled  “Memory I Don’t Mess With.” This beautiful song is very similar to Bruce Springsteen’s “You’re Missing,” from The Rising album. Lee Brice even actually mentions Bruce Springsteen in the song,  The song was released on the album entitled Hey World. The album was released in  2020.

“Memory I Don’t Mess With,” was the first single released from the album. The song “Memory I Don’t Mess With,” was a hit on the US Billboard Hot Country Songs Charts peaking at number five.  “Memory I Don’t Mess With,” also was a hit on the US Billboard Country Airplay Charts reaching all the way to number one.  The song also broke into the US Billboard Hot 100 peaking at number thirty three.  The song “Memory I Don’t Mess With,” also was a hit on the Canadian Country Music Charts rising all the way to number one. “Memory I Don’t Mess With,” was composed by Lee Brice, Billy Montana and Brian Davis.

# 6 – I Drive Your Truck

Landing in the number six spot on our top 10 Lee Brice songs list we present the song “I Drive Your Truck” The song was released on the album entitled Hard 2 Love. The album was released in 2011. It was the third single released from the album. The song “I Drive Your Truck” was a hit on the US Billboard Hot Country Songs Charts peaking at number six. “I Drive Your Truck,” would hit number one on the US Billboard Country Airplay Charts.  The song was a hit on the US Billboard Hot 100 peaking at number forty seven. The song also was a hit on the Canadian Country Music Charts peaking at number three. The song “I Drive Your Truck” was composed by Jessi Alexander, Connie Harrington, and Jimmy Yeary.

# 5 – I Don’t Dance

At the halfway point on our top 10 Lee Brice songs list is the heartwarming song entitled “I Don’t Dance”  The song was issued on the album also entitled I Don’t Dance. The album was released in 2014. “I Don’t Dance”  was the first single released from the album. The song “I Don’t Dance” was a hit on the US Billboard Hot Country Songs Charts peaking at number five. “I Don’t Dance” was an even bigger hit on the US Billboard Country Airplay Charts reaching the glorious number one position.  The song “I Don’t Dance” was also a hit on the US Billboard Hot 100 peaking at number thirty three,. The song also was a hit on the Canadian Country Music Charts rising all the way to number three.  The song was composed by Lee Brice Rob Hatch and Dallas Davidson.

# 4 – One of Them Girls

You just take a listen to these lyrics in the first verse of this song and you sit there in awe as to how great of a songwriter Lee Brice is. At the number four spot on our top 10 Lee Brice songs list we present the song entitled “One Of Them Girls”. If you want to give a course in songwriting 101, you better use this one because it’s just sensational. The song “One Of Them Girls,” was released on the album entitled Hey World. The album was released in 2020.

“One Of Them Girls,” was the first single released from the album. The song was a hit on the US Billboard Hot Country Songs Charts peaking at number two. The song “One Of Them Girls,” also was a massive hit on the US Billboard Country Airplay Charts reaching all the way to number one.  “One Of Them Girls,” was a hit on the US Billboard Hot 100 peaking at number  The song “One Of Them Girls,” also was a monster hit on the Canadian Country Music Charts rising all the way to number one. “One Of Them Girls,” was composed by Lee Brice, Ashley Gorley, Dallas Davidson, and Ben Johnson.

# 3 – Rumor

Grooving along on our top 10 Lee Brice songs list we present the exhilarating song entitled “Rumor,” This one has just a sensational country rock pop groove to it. The song was released on the album entitled Lee Brice. The album was released in 2018.  “Rumor,” was the second single released from the album. The song “Rumor,” was a hit on the US Billboard Hot Country Songs Charts peaking at number two.

“Rumor,” was an even bigger hit on the US Billboard Country Airplay Charts reaching all the way to number one. The song  “Rumor,” was even a hit on the US Billboard Hot 100 peaking at number twenty five. Up North “Rumor,” hit number eleven on the Canadian Country Music Charts. The song was composed by Lee Brice, Ashley Gorley, and Kyle Jacobs.

# 2 – Love Like Crazy

Just of the top spot on our top 10 Lee Brice songs list, we celebrate the song entitled “Love Like Crazy,” This is a stunning song about a couple who were together for fifty eight years and all the love that goes into a lasting marriage. This is a song that is all about keeping a marriage last forever. This is a great one. The song was released on the album entitled Love Like Crazy. The album was released in 2009  It was the first single released from the album.

The song “Love Like Crazy,” was a hit on the US Billboard Hot Country Songs Charts peaking at number three. Interestingly, The song also hit number three on the US Billboard Country Airplay Charts. “Love Like Crazy,” was a hit on the US Billboard Hot 100 peaking at number forty five.  The song also was a hit on the Canadian Country Music Charts rising all the way to number The song was composed by  Tim James and Doug Johnson.

# 1 – A Woman Like You

We wrap up our top 10 Lee Brice songs list with the romantic song entitled “A Woman Like You.” This beautiful mid-tempo song will warm your heart.  The song “A Woman Like You,” was released on the album entitled Hard 2 Love. The album was released in 2011. “A Woman Like You,” was the first single released from the album. The song was a hit on the US Billboard Hot Country Songs Charts peaking at number one.

The song “A Woman Like You,” also was a hit on the US Billboard Country Airplay Charts also reaching number one.  “A Woman Like You,” also broke onto the US Billboard Hot 100 peaking at number thirty three.  The song also was a hit on the Canadian Country Music Charts rising all the way to number three.  The song was composed by Jon Stone, Phil Barton, and Johnny Bulford.

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