Over the years, Taylor Swift has established herself as a pop icon in every way. The superstar got her start in Nashville, taking on the country music industry while she was a teenager and even while she took on different genres, she still had hits with country acts. These are country songs written by Swift.
1. "Better Man" sung by Little Big Town
Taylor Swift wrote "Better Man" completely solo. It was supposed to go on her Red record which came out in 2012 but never made the official tracklist. Country quartet Little Big Town cut the track in 2016 and it ended up becoming a huge hit for the band. It won Song of the Year at the 2017 CMA Awards and was nominated for Best Country Song at the 60th Grammy Awards. Swift put out her own version last year on the re-record of Red.
2. "Babe" sung by Sugarland ft. Taylor Swift
"Babe" was another track originally slated for Swift's album Red but didn't make the final cut. Years later in 2018, Swift gave the track to country duo Sugarland. Swift makes an appearance with background vocals and even appears in the music video. In 2021, Swift released her own version of the song to appear on Red (Taylor's Version).
3. "Best Days of Your Life" by Kellie Pickler
"Best Days of Your Life" appears on Kellie Pickler's self-titled album that was released in 2008. The track was written by Pickler and Swift. This was the first time Swift co-wrote for another artist. The track is currently one of Pickler's most popular form her discography.