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No. 96: Craig Morgan, ‘That’s What I Love About Sunday’ – Top 100 Country Songs

That's What I Love About Sunday
Broken Bow Records

While ‘That’s What I Love About Sunday’ was an important song for Craig Morgan‘s career, it was just as important to his record label at the time, Broken Bow Records. This entry on the Top 100 Country Songs list was the label’s first No. 1, bringing deserved attention and respect during the time that they were developing a new artist named Jason Aldean.

This most-played song in 2005 spent four weeks on top of the country music charts, earning Morgan not only is first chart-topper, but a song which broke his country music career — in a good way. The lyrics are poetic and honest. You know he’s telling the truth when he sings about being awaken to the smell of Jasmine.

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