In so many ways, cash makes the world go round, but the best country songs about money are here to help get us through the seemingly never-ending rat race. The world's biggest country singers and songwriters know all about living large, so there are few people better suited to pen songs about spending money.
But, even the richest country stars didn't get to where they are without hard work, leading to classic country hits about making money like Dolly Parton's legendary "9 to 5." And, as is the case with every genre, there is a plethora of good country songs about money problems, some of which are sad, and some of which, like Zac Brown's "Chicken Fried," delve into the simple joys that exist in life despite being broke.
What are your favorite fiscal country songs? Which new songs about money would you put on your country playlist? Vote up the best entries below, and be sure to add any that we may have missed.
9 to 5
People Are Crazy
Last Dollar (Fly Away)
Buy Me A Boat
If You've Got the Money I've Got the Time
Lord Have Mercy On The Working Man
Right On The Money
Money Isn't What Really Matters
Marry For Money
Livin' on Love
Cost Of Livin'
Who Wouldn't Wanna Be Me
A Poor Man's Roses (Or a Rich Man's Gold)
Poor Folks Town
If You've Got The Money (I've Got The Time)
If We Make It Through December
House Of A Thousand Dreams