9 Best Country Music Songs About John Deere

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Tractor songs could be their own sub-genre of country music. Our love of the land is what legitimizes us as country fans, so it’s no wonder that Kenny Chesney became a superstar with one song about how his lady was attracted to his tractor. While the Tennessee native didn’t take sides on the John Deere versus International Harvester debate, the genre surely has and the loser might be green with envy.

8 Best Country Music Songs About John Deere:

1. “John Deere Green” // Joe Diffie

The ultimate tractor song … wait, no, love song. This is, of course, the tale of Billy Bob’s love for Charlene.

2. “John Cougar, John Deere, John 3:16” // Keith Urban

Well, Keith says it, “I learned everything I need to know from John Cougar, John Deere and John 3:16.”

3. “Cloud of Dust” // Brad Paisley

The sadder side of loving the land is explored in this album track from the singer’s debut project.

4. “One More Last Chance” // Vince Gill

Vince references George Jones’ best move. If you’re trying to stop your man from drinking, don’t forget to take the keys from his old John Deere.

5. “Way Out Here” // Josh Thompson

What are folks in the country about? Josh reminds us with his debut single: “We’re about John Wayne, Johnny Cash and John Deere.”

6. “What Country Is” // Luke Bryan

This Georgia boy takes us through what is and isn’t country. And kids, “It ain’t a John Deere cap that’s never fell in the cotton…”

7. “Mowin’ Down the Roses” // Jamey Johnson

Sweet revenge. When a relationship ends, what better way to celebrate than taking your old John Deere and mowing down her beloved roses?

8. “Green” // Blake Shelton

It’s cool to go green. Well, Blake was green with his John Deere long before it was cool.

9. “She Thinks My Tractor’s Sexy” // Kenny Chesney

Say what you want about that massive hit, but it’s a safe bet that it spawned more relationships than any other tractor song before it.

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