Because of the success of Garth Brooks' version of 'To Make You Feel My Love,' it's often forgotten that Bob Dylan and Billy Joel recorded the song before Brooks made it a huge country hit in 1998. He earned Grammy nominations and watch the song go to No. 1, but what makes this song a legendary love song is its sparse production. It relies on the singer to add a little more to express genuine vulnerability and tenderness. Brooks absolutely nails it in a way that has rarely been duplicated in country music. 

"I'd go hungry, I'd go blind for you / I'd go crawling down the avenue / There ain't nothing that I wouldn't do / To make you feel my love," Brooks sings. Credit Dylan's lyric for this No. 2 song on the Top 100 Country Love Songs list.



Listen to 'To Make You Feel My Love' by Garth Brooks

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