Many country stars are not only great singers, but are also terrific songwriters. It's not uncommon for country superstars to have had successful songwriting careers before they became famous. Some of them even continue to write hit songs for other artists even after they've achieved stardom. See if you can match the following country music hits with their famous country songwriters.

Take Me There

Rascal Flatts achieved No. 1 status for the eighth time with 'Take Me There,' from their 2007 album 'Still Feels Good.' The song was co-written by one of the biggest superstars in country music, a star that Rascal Flatts has toured with in 2004.

Who wrote Take Me There?

a. Kenny Chesney
b. Billy Currington
c. Phil Vassar

Good Directions

Billy Currington's 'Good Directions' was his second No. 1 hit. The famous co-writer of this song recorded his own version.

Who wrote Good Directions?

a. Jason Aldean
b. Brantley Gilbert
c. Luke Bryan

My Give a Damn's Busted

Jo Dee Messina took her version of 'My Give a Damn's Busted' to the top of the charts for a couple weeks in 2005. However, the song originally appeared as an album track for a famous country star - and the song's co-writer - in 2001.

Who wrote My Give a Damn's Busted?

a. Clay Walker
b. George Strait
c. Joe Diffie

Here We Are

'Here We Are' reached No. 2 for Alabama in 1991. The famous co-writer of this hit was inducted into the Grand Ole Opry the same year. The song was track number two on the album 'Pass it on Down,' which was a Top 3 hit on the Billboard Top Country Albums Chart.

Who wrote Here We Are?

a. Pam Tillis
b. Vince Gill
c. Richie McDonald

Living in Fast Forward

Kenny Chesney's album 'The Road and the Radio' produced a number of hit songs, including 'Living in Fast Forward,' which was co-written by an artist that charted five Top 20 hits in the late 90s.

Who wrote Living in Fast Forward?

a. David Lee Murphy
b. Ricky Van Shelton
c. John Michael Montgomery

If I Could Make a Living Out of Lovin' You

Clay Walker will most likely sing this song during his set at this summer's Pike County Fair. It was his fourth No. 1 hit. It would be easy to imagine the famous co-writer of 'If I Could Make a Living Out of Loving You' singing it, himself.

Who wrote If I Could Make a Living Out of Lovin' You?

a. Vince Gill
b. Randy Travis
c. Alan Jackson