Checkout the below listed latest and best top 10 best Drinking songs of all time 2017, When you are out on the town with your friends, what kind of music best sets the mood for your night of shenanigans? People have drinking songs in almost every culture all around the world. Combining all of the songs that have ever been written on the topic of drinking, having a great time with some liquid courage, or just sharing some brews with your number one people, these tracks are the very best songs about drinking that have ever been composed. Without further ado, here are the Top 10 Best Drinking Songs of All Time.
Here we present the list of top 10 best Drinking songs of all time 2017.
#10. “I Love This Bar” – Toby Keith
Being on the list once is impressive, but two of the artists that have made this iconic top 10 Drinking Songs of All Time list are on the list twice. Toby Keith has been well known for his good time songs, detailing drinking a bit too much or being 10ft tall and bulletproof. In this memorable song, the singer tells the audiences all about the things that made his particular favorite bar so great and so unique to anything else in his life. The best drinking line of the song: “I like my truck, I like my girlfriend…but I love this bar.”
#9. “Two Pina Coladas” – Garth Brooks
The other one of the two artists that are featured on the list more than once is Garth Brooks. His run as one of the greatest Country artists of all time means that along the way, he’s had quite a few hit songs. One of those hits was his song “Two Pina Coladas”, which detailed the singer’s need to move on from the depressing state of his life and get himself to the beach. The song is all about letting go of all of your troubles, mirroring the better part of every Jimmy Buffet song ever, and just getting lost in the good times and the great drinks. Best drinking line: “Bring me two pina coladas, I got to have one for each hand. We’ll set sail with Captain Morgan, oh and never leave dry land.”
#8. “Tipsy” – J-Kwon
Club anthems seem to come and go, but for some reason the ones about getting a little buzzed in the club tend to have a lot more lasting successes. This could not be better illustrated than through the hit by J-Kwon “Tipsy”. While the artist was in his teens when the song was originally recorded and released, it features two key elements that millions of people are going to be able to get behind: drinking and dancing. While there is not a lot of deep substance to the lyrics themselves, this is a great song to dance to once you have had just the right amount of liquid courage to bring out the dance machine in you.
#7. “Alcohol” – Brad Paisley
Time Well Wasted was one of the most successful albums that Brad Paisley has put out so far in his career, and that is due largely in part to the catchiness and memorable nature of his hit “Alcohol”. The song itself is written as though the singer is every kind of alcohol, and that this beverage is issuing an official statement to all of those who consume it. While there are all kinds of crazy things that the subject of this song might have you doing, the success of this track is only overshadowed by how true it is. Best drinking line: “You’ll have some of the best times you’ll never remember with me, alcohol.”
#6. “I Like Beer” – Tom T. Hall
This is a playful and fun track to get your buddies to sing along with you to on karaoke night. Tom T. Hall pulls a very classy song style and delivers a humorous look at a guy who just really likes to have beers. Best drinking line: “Whiskey’s too rough, Champagne costs too much, vodka puts my mouth in gear. This little refrain should help me explain as a matter of fact I like beer (He likes beer).”
#5. “Family Tradition” – Hank Williams Jr.
While this track could just as easily be one of the anthems for the Country lifestyle in general, Hank Williams Jr has written a track that good ole Country boys love to drink to with “Family Tradition”. The lyrics very much detail the fact that he drinks and blows smoke, even though it has cost him relationships with some other Country music singers over the years. Best drinking line: Hank why do you drink? Why do you blow smoke? Why must you live out the songs that you wrote?”
#4. “One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer” – George Thorogood and the Destroyers
George Thorogood is one of those artists that comes along and writes a few song that completely reform the outlook of their genres of music. While the artist is more known for his hits like “Bad To The Bone” and “I Drink Alone”, the track that would make this list is a great drinking track about just having a hard time in your life. After the loss of his job, the singer of the track has a hard time finding new work and he is put out by his landlady. So in order to remedy the immediate panic and worry, he goes to the local bar and orders multiple orders of the same three alcoholic beverages. Best drinking line: Gonna get high man listen to me. One drink ain’t enough Jack you better make it three.
#3. “Margaritaville” – Jimmy Buffett
Jimmy Buffett is the prince of the beach. While he is all about having a good time and making the most out of his life (and yours), perhaps the song that best suits your drinking mood would be “Margaritaville”. While it is widely perceived that the song is meant to describe a guy who is living his whole life in a drunken haze, presumably by the ocean, it is also a song that just encourages a lifestyle that is free of the conventional anchors where you can just let go of the worry and the strife. Best drinking line:” Wasted away again in Margaritaville, Searchin’ for my lost shaker of salt. Some people claim that there’s a woman to blame, Now I think, – hell it could be my fault.”
#2. “Red Solo Cup” – Toby Keith
The second song from Country superstar Toby Keith finds a tribute to another important aspect of drinking, The Red Solo Cup. This party staple has finally gotten the recognition it deserves through this campy and cheeky track paying homage to the receptacle of so many good times. Keith talks at great length about all of the colors that Solo Cups might come in, but the only cup that he wants to use for “barbeques, tailgates, fairs and festivals” is the original red cup. The surprising popularity of this song, despite its often nonsensical lyrics, makes it an even better addition to your party playlist. Get the whole gang standing around the speakers and singing this best drinking line: Red Solo cup, I fill you up. Let’s have a party!”
#1. “Friends In Low Places” – Garth Brooks
There are numerous songs that Garth Brooks has released in his decades devoted to hit Country music. Perhaps one of the most iconic songs that the artist ever performed was originally released in 1990. This is a song that instantly became a drinking song for fans all across the country, and it inspired a lot of comradery with those that were sharing a bar stool next to one another. “Friends In Low Places” tells the story of a man who is letting his ex know that he is moving on with his life, because back at the bar he has all kinds of friends back at the bar where he knows just how to forget all about her. He may or may not be telling her all of this during a formal black tie affair event with the new man in her life. Best drinking line: (LIVE VERSION) “Hey I didn’t mean to cause a big scene, just wait until I finish this glass. Cause sweet lady I’ll head back to the bar and you can kiss my ass!”
No matter what you choose when you are picking your poison, these songs are sure to keep the good times rolling. Some of these songs remind you how much fun you can have alongside your friends when you throw in a little bit of alcohol, and some of them might just inspire you to crack open that next bottle or can and keep those wild nights all the more memorable.