"In life, certainly, she's at the top, and there are a lot of things that can fall under that ... The two have been through quite a bit over the past few years, and come out of it seemingly more in love than ever and with two daughters, as well.
"It gives me a tremendous gratitude that she feels loved," the romantic singer says.
"That gives me a great centering on a daily basis that she also feels loved by me."Alan Jackson recorded ' It's Just That Way' for his ' Freight Train' album, because the song reminded him of the relationship he has with his wife.
"I liked it because on a more personal level, it sometimes reminds me of Denise and I.
We've been together forever and sometimes we just think back of where we started and how it all happened, and it was just like it was supposed to be; I was supposed to be with her and vice versa."Blake Shelton may be a guys' guy, who hunts, drinks and sings about his ' Hillbilly Bone,' but if you check out his latest single ' Who Are You When I'm Not Looking' and the way he looks and talks about his fiancée, Miranda Lambert, you know the singer is 100% head-over-heels in love."Being able to look at Miranda, and know everything about her -- know the good times, the bad times, every habit she has and everything she does, and I don't have a problem with one thing about her," gushes the groom-to-be.
Valentine's Day -- the holiday of love -- is in full flower, and we have polled some of your favorite country artists to talk about their thoughts and feelings about love, romance and marriage. He says that she -- and now sons Huck and Jasper -- are everything to him.
Brad Paisley wrote his hit, ' She's Everything,' about his wife, actress Kimberly Williams-Paisley.
We love each other, and we do happen to like each other a great deal.
 But at the time we met, our careers were both moving forward quickly -- kind of going through the same things at the same time, and we were able to put it all into perspective as opposed to having that much earlier in our careers when you're always working and out there.
' And so I got him a chain saw for Valentine's Day.
Well, that went over like a lead balloon, because the chain was on backwards, and he worked all day long trying to trim up some of the low branches.
"I was actually singing backup for a gospel artist, and we had done a show in Decatur, Ala.," Gary recalls.