See How the Stars Celebrated New Year's Eve In 2017

Why Luke Bryan, Kelsea Ballerini and Taylor Swift should be on your party playlist.

Country music fans have plenty of options when it comes to finding the perfect song to listen to as the clock strikes midnight on New Year's Eve.

Whether you're in the market for something romantic, a song to celebrate a fresh start, or simply a wild track to rock out to, TooFab's got you covered.

Luke Bryan, "Outta Nowhere Girl"

While the lyrics point to a summer setting, this song is all about meeting that special someone "out of nowhere."

"It's like you come, come from another world, fell right out of the sky and landed right here tonight, do you wanna dance with me? Anywhere you gotta be? Do you wanna go somewhere my little out of nowhere girl?" Bryan sings.

Yes, yes we do.

Kelsea Ballerini, "Miss Me More"

Anyone hoping for a fresh start after a bad relationship in 2017 will want to hear this one out.

"I miss my own beat to my own snare drum … forgot I had dreams, forgot I had wings forgot who I was before I ever kissed you, I thought I missed you, but I miss me more," sings Ballerini.

Kick off 2018 with a new beginning!

Taylor Swift, "New Year's Day"

The holiday is in the title, so, naturally, it makes the list.

Cole Swindell, "Up"

Swindell celebrates staying up all night long with the perfect parter in this track, perfect for a night where nobody goes to bed before the clock strikes 12.

"It ain't even midnight yet, there's a whole lot of neon left, looks like we're gonna get all kinds of crazy," he sings, "Girl the way you rock me, you got me up!"

Lady Antebellum, "You Look Good"

This is just a good feel good, party song about that one person in the room nobody can keep their eyes off of.

"Whole room gets to spinnin' from the second that you walk in, and baby you look good all day, all night, you look good, so fresh, so fine," the band sings, "You look good, got everybody watching you like cameras in Hollywood, baby you look good."

Walker Hayes, "You Broke Up with Me"

This is another one that celebrates moving on after a nasty split, and feelin' good doing it.

"Well, I got some coke in my bourbon, surfin' the room like Swazye, no, I ain't drunk, I'm amazing," Hayes sings after a breakup. "Yeah, I got that laid way way back back in my swagger, X-factor feeling no pain I'm at the top of my game."

Nothing like a little confidence to kick off the new year.

Kane Brown, "What Ifs" ft. Lauren Alaina

This collaboration between Kane Brown and Lauren Alaina is all about taking that leap of faith on a new relationship and putting all those "What ifs" in the rear view.

"What if I just pulled you close, what if I leaned in, and the stars line up and it's our last first kiss," they sing, in what could be most spot-on lyrics for a midnight kiss we've ever heard.

Josh Gracin, "Nothin’ Like Us"

Gracin's track is all about expressing your feelings, possibly with the help of a little liquid courage.

"Maybe it's the top shelf margaritas givin' me the green light to say what I'm feeling," he says, "A little bit drunk but I still mean it. There's nothing like that feeling we get ... you're making me crazy, calling me baby ... And I can't get enough of your love, there's nothing like."

Sam Hunt, "Body Like a Back Road"

This track was everywhere in 2017 and the perfect song to get everyone singing along to at a packed party.

Carly Pearce, "Hide the Wine"

While most of these songs are about hooking up, Pearce's track is more of a warning sign to those who don't want to fall into old traps.

"Hide the Wine" centers on a woman trying to behave while spending the night with an old flame. "Turn up the lights and kill the mood, 'cause baby I just don't trust myself with you," she sings, "I better hide the wine."

Because sometimes it's best not to start off the new year with a bad decision.

Luke Combs, "When it Rains It Pours"

If you had a bad 2017, let this song give you hope that luck can change on a dime.

After being dumped by his girl, Comb sings about winning the lottery, a vacation to Panama and getting away from his ex's nasty mom.

James Barker Band, "Chills"

This one's all about feeling that special feeling on a night out with your significant other.

With lyrics like "I get chills downtown and we skip the line, and I watch you dance in the party lights, so fine," this James Barker Band cut is right at home on a party playlist.

Scotty McCreery, "Five More Minutes"

What if you could just hit pause during that midnight kiss?

"Time rolls by the clock don't stop, I wish I had a few more drops of the good stuff, the good times, oh but they just keep on flying right on by like it ain't nothing," McCreery sings here. "Wish I had me a pause button, moments like those, Lord knows I'd hit it and give myself five more minutes."

Thomas Rhett, "Unforgettable"

While the song may reference October 14, Rhett's big single celebrates those "Unforgettable" nights.

"That mango-rita you were drinkin' and that Coldplay song that you were singin' and I bet right now you're probably thinkin' that it's crazy I remember every detail, but I do," he sings. "I can still smell your perfume. Girl, that night was just like you, unforgettable."

Brad Paisley, "Last Time for Everything"

"Hold me baby, give me a kiss like tonight is all there is," Paisley sings in this one, "'Cause there's a last time for everything."

While NYE hopefully won't be the last kiss for any couples out there, this song stresses the importance of living in the moment and appreciating what you've got.

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