The top three spots on May 2018's Top 40 Country Songs list are a reflection of how country music has changed over the last five years. You can run all three through one of the most interesting and controversial artists around. Do you think you can guess which song is No. 1?

Kane Brown learned a few lessons on touring from Florida Georgia Line, while Morgan Wallen is singing a FGL co-written song after enjoying life on the road with Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley. The is Florida Georgia Line's collab with Bebe Rexha. "Meant to Be" isn't No. 1 this month, but not because this group didn't try. The country-pop song was edged out by a man who made a strong impression at the 2018 ACM Awards.

Debuts on the May 2018 Top 40 Songs list include Sugarland's return with Taylor Swift and Carrie Underwood's "Cry Pretty," a song she introduced to fans at the ACM Awards. Taste of Country RISER Devin Dawson also cracks the Top 40 for the first time, alongside newcomers like Mitchell Tenpenny and Lanco. Can you find your favorite song? Let us know where it should be in the comments section below and then listen to them in the playlist above!

The list of Top 40 Country Songs of May 2018 is compiled from Billboard chart data and sales figures, in addition to staff opinion and reader feedback.

Top 40 Country Songs for May 2018:

40. Devin Dawson, “Asking for a Friend”
39. Thomas Rhett, “Life Changes”
38. Dylan Scott, “Hooked”
37. Justin Moore, “Kinda Don’t Care”
36. Old Dominion, “Hotel Key”
35. Ashley McBryde, “A Little Dive Bar in Dahlonega”
34. Mitchell Tenpenny, “Drunk Me”
33. Kelsea Ballerini, “I Hate Love Songs”
32. Trent Harmon, “You Got ‘Em All”NEW YOU GOT 'EM ALL ALBUM MAY 18!
31. Midland, “Burn Out”
30. Lanco, “Born to Love You”
29. Chris Janson, “Drunk Girl”
28. Brantley Gilbert, “The Ones That Like Me”
27. Michael Ray, “Get to You”
26. Morgan Evans, “Kiss Somebody”
25. Chris Lane (Feat. Tori Kelly), “Take Back Home Girl”
24. Jon Pardi, “She Ain’t in It”
23. Cole Swindell, “Break Up in the End”
22. Brothers Osborne, “Shoot Me Straight”
21. Lady Antebellum, “Heart Break”
20. Maren Morris, “Rich”
19. Lindsay Ell, “Criminal”
18. Brett Young, “Mercy”
17. Darius Rucker, “For the First Time”
16. Dierks Bentley, “Woman, Amen”
15. Luke Combs, “One Number Away
14. Jake Owen, “I Was Jack (You Were Diane)”
13. Keith Urban (Feat. Julia Michaels), “Coming Home”
12. Kenny Chesney, “Get Along”
11. Brett Eldredge, “The Long Way”
10. Luke Bryan, “Most People Are Good”
9. David Lee Murphy & Kenny Chesney, “Everything’s Gonna Be Alright”
8. Jason Aldean, “You Make It Easy”
7. Sugarland (Feat. Taylor Swift), “Babe”
6. Blake Shelton, “I Lived It”
5. Dan + Shay, “Tequila”BIGGEST JUMP! UP 28 SPOTS!
4. Carrie Underwood, “Cry Pretty” HIGHEST DEBUT!
3. Morgan Wallen (Feat. Florida Georgia Line), “Up Down”
2. Bebe Rexha & Florida Georgia Line, “Meant to Be” LAST MONTH'S NO. 1 SONG!
1. Kane Brown, “Heaven”

Did Your Favorite Country Song Make Our Top 40 Country Songs List for May 2018?

What would you add to our list of the Top 40 country songs for May 2018? Share your opinions on this list — as well as the songs that deserve to be included, but weren’t — in the comments section below.

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