Garth Brooks' Top 25 Billboard Hits

Garth Brooks performs during The Dream Concert to Benefit the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Memorial on September 18, 2007 in New York City.

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In honor of his birthday, a look at the superstar's top 25 Hot Country Songs hits.

In honor of Garth Brooks' birthday today (Feb. 7) - happy 53rd! - here's a look at the 25 top hits that Brooks – the No. 1-selling album artist since Nielsen Music began tracking sales in 1991, with 70.3 million albums sold in the U.S. in that span (ahead of runners-up the Beatles, with 66.4 million) – has charted on Billboard's Hot Country Songs chart. In his career, he's tallied 36 top 10s (between 1989 and 2007), 19 of which have hit No. 1. His first top 10, "Much Too Young (To Feel This Damn Old)," reached its No. 8 peak 25 years ago last July.

Garth Brooks' Top 25 Billboard Hits:

25, "Learning to Live Again" (No. 2 peak, 1993)
24, "Papa Loved Mama" (No. 3, 1992)
23, "You Move Me" (No. 3, 1998)
22, "She's Gonna Make It" (No. 2, 1998)
21, "Callin' Baton Rouge" (No. 2, 1994)

20, "That Ol' Wind" (No. 4, 1996)
19, "In Another's Eyes," Trisha Yearwood and Garth Brooks (No. 2, 1997)
18, "Rodeo" (No. 3, 1991)
17, "The Beaches of Cheyenne" (No. 1, one week, 1996)
16, "The River" (No. 1, one week, 1992)

15, "That Summer" (No. 1, one week, 1993)
14, "Not Counting You" (No. 2, 1990)
13, "To Make You Feel My Love" (No. 1, one week, 1998)
12, "Two Pina Coladas" (No. 1, one week, 1998)
11, "Somewhere Other Than the Night" (No. 1, one week, 1993)

10, "Ain't Going Down (Til the Sun Comes Up)" (No. 1, two weeks, 1993)
9, "She's Every Woman" (No. 1, one week, 1995)
8, "Shameless" (No. 1, two weeks, 1991)
7, "Two of a Kind, Workin' on a Full House" (No. 1, one week, 1991)
6, "Longneck Bottle" (No. 1, three weeks, 1997)

5, "The Thunder Rolls" (No. 1, two weeks, 1991)
4, "What She's Doing Now" (No. 1, four weeks, 1992)
3, "The Dance" (No. 1, three weeks, 1990)
2, "Unanswered Prayers" (No. 1, two weeks, 1991)

1, "Friends in Low Places" (No. 1, four weeks, 1990)

The list above is based on actual performance on the weekly Hot Country Songs chart. Titles are ranked using an inverse point system, with weeks at No. 1 earning the greatest value and weeks at the chart's lower positions earning the least.