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The Only Deployment Playlist You’ll Ever Need

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When John was deployed, I listened to a lot of music… and a lot of the same music over and over again. And I know I’m not alone. I put an all call out on Facebook and asked for deployment song suggestions– you know, the ones that speak to you, that you can’t get out of your head, that you just have to listen to.

Here’s what a group of milspouses and milsos– from all over the world, from all walks of life, and from all kinds of experiences– said. (By the way, this list is in no particular order. Every song is linked to Amazon so that you can easily listen for free if you have Amazon Prime, or purchase, if you want to download these ditties!) Enjoy!

Use these music suggestions to build a deployment playlist that inspires you.

Use these songs to create a killer deployment playlist.

Now you…

What songs do you listen to during deployment? What would you add to this list? Let me know in the comments!

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10 Responses

    1. It’s Been A Long, Long, Time – Harry James and his Orchestra… Oldie but a classic!

  1. I have some of the same ones, along with:
    Let It Be – The Beatles
    I’m Already There – Lonestar
    Stand – Rascal Flatts
    When I’m Gone – 3 Doors Down
    Where the Stars and Stripes and the Eagle Fly – Aaron Tippin
    The Fightin’ Side of Me – Merle Haggard
    No Place That Far – Sara Evans
    Believe – Brooks & Dunn
    Somebody’s Someone – Lonestar
    American Child – Phil Vassar
    8th of November – Big & Rich
    I Don’t Wanna to Miss a Thing – Mark Chesnutt
    Coming Home, Pt II – Skylar Grey
    Ours – Taylor Swift
    Smile – Uncle Kracker

    Then there’s the long list of ones I sent on his last deployment.

    1. This is the list I cried over, then sent the lyrics to him.
      ** WARNING – Country Songs

      The Rest of Mine – Trace Adkins
      Long, Slow Kisses – Jeff Bates
      No Doubt About It – Neal McCoy
      What a Difference You’ve Made In My Life – Ronnie Milsap
      Rockin’ Years – Ricky Can Shelton
      Bless the Broken Road – Rascal Flatts
      Young Love (Strong Love) – the Judds
      When I Said I Do – Clint Black
      It’s Your Love – Tim McGraw
      When You Say Nothing At All – Keith Whitley
      Then – Brad Paisley
      The Keeper of the Stars – Tracy Byrd
      Amazed – Lonestar
      Are You Gonna Kiss Me or Not – Thompson Square
      I Walk the Line – Johnny Cash
      Fall – Clay Walker
      Natural High – Merle Haggard
      Look At Us – Vince Gill
      Breathe – Faith Hill
      Cowboy Take Me Away – Dixie Chicks
      Your Love Amazes Me – John Berry
      I Could Not Ask For More – Sara Evans
      You Had Me From Hello – Kenny Chesney
      Love of My Life – Sammy Kershaw
      Making Memories of Us – Keith Urban
      Need You Now – Lady Antebellum
      Drunk On You – Luke Bryan
      I Love You – Martina McBride
      I Cross My Heart – George Strait
      Meet In the Middle – Diamond Rio
      God Gave Me You – Blake Shelton
      Just Got Started Lovin’ You – James Otto
      I Swear – John Micheal Montgomery
      Love Me Tender – Elvis Presley
      Love Like Crazy – Lee Brice
      Crazy Girl – Eli Young Band
      Love Your Love the Most – Eric Church
      Bring It On Home – Little Big Town

      After typing or writing the lyrics, I’d add why they meant so much to me about us.

  2. Will You Wait For Me- Brett Young

    Even though this is from a man’s perspective, this is the song I constantly listen to when I need encouragement to keep waiting.

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