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5 Flirty Country Songs for Flirts

Updated on December 26, 2018
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Barbara. "The Song Hunter," has spent over 40 years writing poetry and lyrics. In her spare time, she loves to find songs that tell stories.

5 Flirty Country Songs
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5 Flirty Country Songs for Your Naughty but Nice Side

What makes falling for someone so much fun? Could it be all the flirting that goes on as a couple discover each other from a distance? If you're looking for flirting songs, country music is the best genre to find fun boy meets girl music. Below you'll find a review of five flirtatious country songs. Included is a brief description of each song and the video to listen to it.

5 Great Flirty Country Songs

  1. "Beat of the Music" by Brett Eldredge
  2. "Yeah" by Joe Nichols
  3. "Play it Again" by Luke Bryan
  4. "Something Like That" by Tim McGraw
  5. "Nothing But Summer" by Dallas Smith

1. "Beat of the Music" by Brett Eldredge

Album: Bring You Back

Year: 2013

No matter how old you are, you may have experienced something like this flirtatious love attraction that happens between these two while on holiday!

When we're young, single and on holidays ... stuff can happen ... like meeting someone you're so attracted to, you find yourself wanting to spend the rest of your entire holiday with them.

The video to 'Beat of the Music' is as much fun as the bouncing music and lyrics. Young and good looking it more or less goes like this:

Boy sees girl, boy can't get girl out of his head, boy goes out of his way to get with girl, and when it's time for boy to fly home from his vacation, boy changes his mind and stays ... girl wins! Don't we always win in these situations?

Vacations make us do crazy things.

Essential lyrics:

You got the soul and you know how to use it
Put your hand on my hip 'cause you know that I'll lose it
You got my heart racing like there's nothing to it
Falling in love to the beat of the music

2. "Yeah" by Joe Nichols

Album: Crickets

Year: 2014

The video for this song is as appealing as the song itself. It uses humor, first meetings, fun and sews them together with a semi-animated feel.

If you're looking for a song that's flirty and relaxing, this is the one for you. Songs and videos like this help us to remember the simple things in life; love, attraction, fun, getting close to someone. All of the things we sometimes forget when life gets too darned hectic.

Don't miss the part of the video where she has him listen to a song she loves and asks him 'do you like it' ... he doesn't ... but he says 'yeah yeah' ....something he does through the entire video.

Essential lyrics:

Girl, how could I say no?
Whatever you're drinking, that's what I'm drinking
Girl, you're calling the shots tonight
Whatever you're thinking, that's what I'm thinking
Tell me what you got in mind
So I can say yeah, yeah

3. "Play it Again" by Luke Bryan

Album: Crash My Party

Year: 2014

There's something extremely catchy about this song. Hear it once, hear it again, and you're hooked. It's the mid-tempo bounce combined with the boy meets girl flirt that fishes you in.

He sees her sitting on the back of that truck as he's looking around for her boyfriend, and much to his shock she doesn't have one, so approaches her only to have her jump up when her favorite song comes blasting over the radio and she says 'come here boy I wanna dance'.

This boy wants the D.J. to play the song all night long. He's more than willing to dance with her over and over.

Essential lyrics:

She was like, come here boy, I wanna dance
'Fore I said a word, she was takin' my hand
Spinnin' me around 'til it faded out
And she gave me a kiss
And she said, play it again, play it again, play it again

4. "Something Like That" by Tim McGraw

Album: A Place in the Sun

Year: 1999

You're killin' him in that mini skirt girl. many of us have 'accidentally' committed this crime? Could have been your first love-lust relationship like the guy Tim Mcgraw is singing about in this song.

What was that first bite of your bottom lip like? You know, the one when you see him or her off in the distance and you're officially done.

Well, if you can relate to this in anyway, this is your song.

Whether you're the giver or the receiver, it's gonna work for you. If you've worn a painted on skirt, only to have every head turn as you strolled by, then chances are you annihilated a few hearts along the way. Don't worry, we all know it was just innocent fun; if it wasn't, then girl, you know your power only too well.

Essential lyrics:

I had a barbecue stain on my white t-shirt
She was killing me in that mini-skirt
Skippin' rocks on the river by the railroad tracks
She had a sun tan line and red lipstick
I worked so hard for that first kiss
A heart don't forget something like that

5. "Nothing But Summer" by Dallas Smith

Album: Jumped Right In

Year: 2013

The theme with all of these flirty songs seems to be fun, and this song is no exception. If you're looking for a sunshine, summer, beaches, a hang-with-the-gang, flirty fun, upbeat song that's an absolute blast, then YES, this is the song for you.

Dallas Smith has an incredible voice; it's distinct and very recognizable and his higher range makes it easy listening. In fact, in my own opinion, Dallas Smith has one of the best voices in Country Music today. Every time you hear a Dallas Smith song you're immediately drawn into the story he's telling through lyrics; this alone is a must in the country genre and Dallas Smith has certainly mastered it.

The video moves along perfectly with the lyrics and story, and by the time you're finished watching this one, you'll want to head to the beach with your buds for the day. If it's winter where you are, you may start longing for summer.

Essential lyrics:

Pretty little girls flirting with the boys
down at the snowcone stand
Beer caps, flip flops, tank tops
Popping off down below the dam

© 2014 Barbara Tremblay Cipak

Are you a flirt? Do Tell :)

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    • Brite-Ideas profile imageAUTHOR

      Barbara Tremblay Cipak 

      5 years ago from Toronto, Canada

      lol, oh yah some of his songs fit

    • CherylsArt profile image

      Cheryl Paton 

      5 years ago from West Virginia

      Music really is a universal language in so many ways. I was thinking of some Rod Stewart songs while I was reading your descriptions.

    • Brite-Ideas profile imageAUTHOR

      Barbara Tremblay Cipak 

      5 years ago from Toronto, Canada

      @Ruthi: lol Ruthi, I think that's a good plan :)

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      5 years ago

      I think I could call the shots with Joe Nichols for a night, or two! I used to be one flirty woman, but gave it up a few years ago. (Might have to work on ressurrecting that gal!)

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      Merry Citarella 

      5 years ago from Oregon's Southern Coast

      So many good fun songs! Thanks for bringing on the smiles, Brite Ideas.

    • David Stone1 profile image

      David Stone 

      5 years ago from New York City

      Yes, and many. It once was a fun part of the game, until I quit playing.

    • Heidi Vincent profile image

      Heidi Vincent 

      5 years ago from GRENADA

      I am not a flirt but I don't mind flirting if its for reasons related to real love.


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