The Most Loved Songs of Toby Keith

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Beer for My Horses

Cranky up the volume for this rowdy anthem about raising a glass with your buddies and enjoying the simple things in life. It's a foot-stompin' celebration of camaraderie and living life to the fullest.

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Don't Let The Old Man In

This reflective ballad, written and recorded for The Mule starring Clint Eastwood, took on a powerful new meaning during Toby's own battle with cancer. It's a poignant reminder to embrace life and cherish every moment.

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You Shouldn't Kiss Me Like This

This sweet and sensual ballad showcases Toby's softer side and his ability to express love with tenderness. It's a beautiful love song that's perfect for slow dancing or just cuddling up with your sweetheart.

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Who's Your Daddy

A fun and feisty song about standing up for yourself and your loved ones, it's a fan favorite for its energy and humor. It's a lighthearted track that injects some playful swagger into Toby's repertoire.

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A Little Less Talk and a Lot More Action

This tongue-in-cheek ode to getting things done is a lighthearted and catchy listen. It's a playful reminder to stop overthinking and start living, perfectly summed up by Toby's signature baritone.

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I Love This Bar

A relatable ode to the local watering hole and the characters you meet there, this song perfectly captures the spirit of community. It's a down-home anthem that celebrates the simple pleasures of friendship and good times.

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Love Me If You Can

A powerful declaration of love and commitment, this song is a beautiful choice for a special someone. It speaks volumes about the depths of Toby's heart and his capacity for love.

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Courtesy of the Red, White and Blue

This powerful anthem, inspired by 9/11 and dedicated to the US military, became Toby's biggest hit, resonating deeply with audiences. It's a pillar of American pride and a poignant tribute to our heroes.

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Wish I Didn't Know Now

This emotional ballad tells the story of a love lost and the pain of hindsight, showcasing Toby's introspective songwriting. It's a relatable song that touches on universal themes of love, loss, and regret.

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Should've Been a Cowboy

This iconic song, with its instantly recognizable harmonica intro, paints a vivid picture of small-town life and yearning for adventure. It's a classic country anthem that captures the spirit of wanderlust and freedom.