Happy Labor Day weekend! As summer comes to a close, National Country Review is here to help close out the dog days with a playlist featuring favorite summertime festivities.

1. Skinny Dippin’ by Whitney Duncan
For when your weekend gets a little crazy, Whitney Duncan is here to accompany your final summer adventures.

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2. Five Pound Bass by Robert Earl Keen
Make your last cast of the summer count. Even if a five-pound bass isn’t at the end of the line, Robert Earl Keen will inspire your crazy fish story.

Robert Earl Keen
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3. Rub It In by Billy “Crash” Caddock
Sunscreen and sunburns are the pain accompanied by the glory days of summer. This labor day let Billy “Crash” Caddock remind you to block out the rays and have fun while doing it.

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4. Half Broke Horses by Jaida Dreyer
Jaida Dreyer brings a deeper meaning to horseback riding. This song highlights her emotional journey to adulthood. With another summer come and gone, we know your hearts are also half broken, so here’s a Labor Day night song to prepare you for the workweek ahead.

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5. Day Drinkin’ by Parmalee
Finally, raise your glasses this Labor Day weekend to America, summer, and memories. Enjoy one last day of drinking in the sun.

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