November is awards season, so artists behind the Top 40 country songs of this month may also be jockeying for some 2018 CMA love.

Florida Georgia Line loosened their grip on the No. 1 spot after three months to allow for a different country duo to take over. The next generation leads this Top 40 chart, actually — Luke Combs, Maren Morris, Mitchell Tenpenny and Kane Brown are all part of the Top 5 for November 2018.

Superstars like Luke Bryan, Jason Aldean and Blake Shelton can be found elsewhere, but thus far their new country singles aren't performing as well on radio and at retailers as the new class of hitmakers. As always, take a look, find your favorite and let us know where we got it wrong in the comments section.

The list of Top 40 Country Songs of November 2018 is compiled from Billboard chart data and sales figures, in addition to staff opinion and reader feedback.

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Top 40 Country Songs for November 2018:

40. Morgan Wallen, “Whiskey Glasses”
39. LoCash, “Feels Like a Party”
38. Keith Urban, “Never Comin’ Down”
37. Pistol Annies, "Got My Name Changed Back" - NEW INTERSTATE GOSPEL ALBUM OUT NOV. 2
36. Kenny Chesney (Feat. Mindy Smith), “Better Boat”
35. Danielle Bradbery (Feat. Thomas Rhett), “Goodbye Summer”
34. Brett Eldredge, “Love Someone”
33. Tim McGraw, “Neon Church”
32. Kelsea Ballerini, “Miss Me More"
31. Rodney Atkins,”Caught Up in the Country”
30. Michael Ray, “One That Got Away”
29. Old Dominion, “Make It Sweet”
28. Jon Pardi, “Night Shift”
27. Scotty McCreery, “This Is It”
26. Dustin Lynch, “Good Girl”
25. Brett Young, “Here Tonight”
24. Jordan Davis, “Take It From Me”
23. Midland, “Burn Out”
22. Luke Bryan, “What Makes You Country” - HIGHEST DEBUT
21. Kip Moore, “Last Shot”
20. Thomas Rhett, “Sixteen”
19. Jason Aldean, “Girl Like You”
18. Cody Johnson, “On My Way to You”
17. Riley Green, “There Was This Girl”
16. Chris Stapleton, “Millionaire” - BIGGEST JUMP - UP 23 SPOTS
15. Sugarland (Feat. Taylor Swift), “Babe”
14. Garth Brooks, “All Day Long”
13. Dierks Bentley (Feat. Brothers Osborne), “Burning Man”
12. Cole Swindell, “Break Up in the End”
11. Blake Shelton, “Turnin’ Me On”
10. Jake Owen, “Down to the Honkytonk”
9. Chris Young, “Hangin’ On”
8. Eric Church, “Desperate Man”
7. Chris Janson, “Drunk Girl”
6. Jimmie Allen, “Best Shot”
5. Maren Morris, “Rich”
4. Kane Brown, “Lose It” — NEW EXPERIMENT ALBUM NOV. 9
3. Mitchell Tenpenny, “Drunk Me”
2. Luke Combs, “She Got the Best of Me”
1. Dan + Shay, “Speechless”

Did Your Favorite Country Song Make Our Top 40 Country Songs List for November 2018?

What would you add to our list of the Top 40 country songs for November 2018? Share your opinions on this list — as well as the songs that deserve to be included, but weren’t — in the comments section below.

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