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10 Best Beer-Drinking Country Songs

Crack open a cold one, grab a lawn chair, and listen to these ten songs dedicated to country music's favorite pastime.

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“Drink A Beer,” Luke Bryan

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Sometimes hearts break, loved ones leave, and life throws us curveballs, but every cloud has a silver lining. In the aforementioned situations, the silver lining is beer. So cruise on over to a scenic location (a pier, if you're Luke Bryan) and crack one open.

“Beer Run,” Todd Snider

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There comes a time in every man's life when the keg runs dry. Have no fear. Just grab $15 and a sober driver and you have the makings for a classic B double E double R U N.

“I Like Beer,” Tom T. Hall

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"Whiskey's too rough, champagne costs too much, and vodka puts my mouth in gear." Tom T. Hall gets right to the point. We all like beer.

“Beer in Mexico,” Kenny Chesney

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Nobody knows what the future holds, but if it involves drinking a beer in Mexico it is safe to say you win.

“Beer Money,” Kip Moore

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"You worked all week to barely make ends meet," but we all know you've got a little cash lying around for a six pack. Financial Management 101.

“Save Water, Drink Beer” Chris Young

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Beer drinkers sometimes get a bad rap, but the truth is we're just doing our part to conserve the planet's dwindling natural resources. Right?

“Red Solo Cup,” Toby Keith

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The chalice of parties. The goblet of guzzling. This ode to our favorite drinking vessel is a classic.

"I Think I'll Just Stay Here and Drink," Merle Haggard

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There are plenty of other things you could be doing, but sometimes nothing beats staying in and drinking.

"Pretty Good at Drinking Beer," Billy Currington

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Everyone has a special talent. Luckily, Billy Currington has two: drinking beer and singing about drinking beer.

"Sunday Morning Coming Down," Johnny Cash

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Mr. Cash knew all too well, the best way to recover from a night of drinking is with a beer for breakfast (and one more for dessert).