Blake Shelton has had 28 career No. 1 songs on the Billboard Country Airplay chart, and another seven that have reached the Top 10. Creating a list of his best songs could simply focus on the singles, but where's the fun in that?

Find plenty of deep cuts on this list of Shelton's 50 best songs, including his spiritual songs. Those are sprinkled all over the playlist — the longtime The Voice coach is a rare singer who can sing about drinking and heartache with as much conviction as his relationship with God (fans will find one called "Bible Verses" on his Body Language album).

Songs with ex-wife Miranda Lambert and wife Gwen Stefani make the list as well, but the Top 10 Blake Shelton songs are all solo efforts ... with one exception. Is it odd that his most compelling bedroom ballad was a collaboration with another "Gwen"?

Cover songs by George Jones and Conway Twitty, collaborations with RaeLynn and Trace Adkins and a co-write with Earl Thomas Conley all make this list of Shelton's top songs.

Which song is your No. 1 favorite Blake Shelton song?

Billy Dukes is a Senior Editor and Executive Producer of Video Content at Taste of Country. He specializes in country music interviews, trend analysis and the Secret History of Country Music. Additionally, Billy covers Yellowstone, 1923 and related television shows through the Dutton Rules podcast. To date, he's written more than 13,000 articles for Taste of Country and produced over 3,000 videos for the Taste of Country YouTube channel.

Top Blake Shelton Songs: His Greatest Hits + Best Deep Cuts

Taste of Country staff opinion, and the commercial success of tracks from Shelton's 12 studio albums were certainly considered in making this list of the top Blake Shelton songs. More than anything, we sought fan input, via sales and direct input. What's your favorite Blake Shelton song, and does it agree with our No. 1?

Below are the The Voice coach's 50 best songs. Lyrical integrity and production were also considered in this ranking. Really it's hard to argue against any of the Top 5, but we understand if there's a debate about placement. Heck, we encourage it!

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