June 29, 2011 Music

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Lauren Patrick is a native Southerner and the editor of Pretty Southern.com. She’s a member of the Atlanta Blogger Network and Atlanta Food Blogger Society. #LovetheSouth #GoDawgs Follow Lauren on Twitter

Southern Girls are the finest ladies in all the world. Here are PrettySouthern’s Top 10 Songs about Southern Girls! We created this list based on reader feedback (plus used the most popular searches in Google). Do you agree with our list? If not, tell us why in the comments section below.

We have to give an honorable mention to Miss Kellie Pickler for her song “Southern Girls Night Out”, plus pay our due respects to Patsy Cline, Lucinda Williams, and Dolly Parton for singing from the heart of true Southern women everywhere.

PrettySouthern’s Top 10 Southern Girl Songs

#10: Collective Soul, “Georgia Girl”
#9: Lucero, “Banks of Arkansas”
#8: Corey Smith, “From A Distance”
#7: Conway Twitty, “Southern Comfort”
#6: Better Than Ezra, “Southern Thing”
#5: Incubus, “Southern Girl”
#4: Allman Brothers, “Melissa”
#3: General Johnson and the Chairman of the Board, “Carolina Girls”
#2: Amos Lee, “Southern Girl”
#1: Lynyrd Skynyrd, “Georgia Peaches”

4 Responses to “Top 10 Southern Girl Songs”

  1. Dot Stringer

    To be a southern girl today means not bein’ afraid to walk around barefoott! Knowin’ how to bait your own hook. Not forgetting where you came from, or that almost no matter where you go, you can find some pretty great people! And not forgetting your roots! I am New Orleans born, Mississippi raised, Chocktaw and Cherokee to the core and proud to be who i am!!!


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