It was all about big hair, malls and... Randy Travis? The 1980s saw a shift in country music as collabs crossed genres, pulling in new listeners and new artists from all over the musical world.

With movies like 9 to 5 and Urban Cowboy, the 1980s saw country music make its move into the world of pop culture. As for the music itself, crossovers topped the charts and Randy Travis owned the second half of the decade, making for an eclectic list of the top songs of the 1980s.

We decided to take a look at the Billboard Hot Country charts in the '80s to see which songs topped the charts for for the longest period. Below you'll find a list of the most popular song of each year based on how long it spent at No. 1.

There was, however, one year where no song topped the charts more than one week — so we had to choose for ourselves.

We go down the list, year by year naming the top song of each year of the 1980s.

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Top Country Song from Each Year of the 1980s

With movies like 9 to 5 and Urban Cowboy, the 1980s saw country music make its move into the world of pop culture. As for the music itself, crossovers topped the charts and Randy Travis owned the second half of the decade, making for an eclectic list of the top songs of the 1980s.

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