Randy Travis's "Forever and Ever, Amen" and "Three Wooden Crosses" are two of his most famous songs.  

"Forever and Ever, Amen" was the lead song from his 1987 album Always & Forever and a huge hit. It topped the Billboard Hot Country Singles list for three weeks. The song helped establish Travis' country music stardom.  

"Forever and Ever, Amen"—Cultural Legacy: Its catchy melody and poignant lyrics made it a wedding anthem and a fan favorite. As the ultimate romantic country ballad, it remains a staple on country music playlists and live performances.  

Awards & Recognition: "Forever and Ever, Amen" "Forever and Ever, Amen" received the Grammy for Best Country & Western Song and the ACM for Song of the Year. The song's quality and Travis' vocals and interpretation of classic country themes were praised.  

A Storytelling Masterpiece: "Three Wooden Crosses" "Three Wooden Crosses" from Travis' 2002 album Rise and Shine tells compelling stories through music. With its moving story of faith, atonement, and unexpected miracles, the song charmed listeners.  

Travis' "Three Wooden Crosses" became his first No. 1 song in nearly a decade on the Billboard Hot Country Songs list. Travis' resurgence showed his relevancy in country music.  

"Three Wooden Crosses"—Awards: The song won several honors, including the CMA Song of the Year and the Gospel Music Association Dove Award for Country Recorded Song of the Year. This recognition highlighted the song's power and Travis' ability to merge country with spiritual themes.  

"Three Wooden Crosses" - Country Music Influence: "Three Wooden Crosses" showed that mainstream country music could incorporate gospel and faith. It prompted other singers to explore similar subjects, which helped the genre accept spiritual songs.  

Randy Travis' "Forever and Ever, Amen" and "Three Wooden Crosses" showcase his musical versatility and lasting impact on his career. "Forever and Ever, Amen" shows his skill of romantic ballads, while "Three Wooden Crosses" shows his narrative and ability to tackle deep topics.   

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