Country music legend Clay Walker had a heyday of success in the 1990s, but it wasn't until 2007 that the title track from his album 'Fall' became a popular country love song. The tune's chorus offers the kind of words that everyone wants to hear form their lover at the end of a bad day: "Fall, go on and lose it all / Every doubt, every fear / Every worry, every tear." Sometimes, you just have to let it all out!

This addition to the Top 100 Country Love Songs list was Walker's favorite song on the 2007 album release. The love song received high praise from music critics, and continues to hold strong as one of country music's most popular love songs.



Listen to 'Fall' by Clay Walker

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