On the Bobby Bones Show we talked about popular country songs that most people wouldn't know were actually written by other artists. Here are six songs that were actually written by a different country artist.
1."Your Man" by Josh Turner
This song was originally written by Chris Stapleton back in 2006. It was his first number one hit that actually got his career off the ground. The song was given to Josh Turner who has since made it a huge hit.
2. "Chainsaw" by The Band Perry
Matthew Ramsey helped write "Chainsaw" and actually recorded the song with his Old Dominion. The band later gave the song to The Band Perry who released the single in 2014 as their fourth single from their second album, Pioneer.
3. "Get Me Some Of That" by Thomas Rhett
"Get Me Some Of That" was originally written by Cole Swindell alongside Rhett Akins and Michael Carter. The song was later given to Thomas Rhett who released the hit as his fourth single from his debut album, It Goes Like This.
4. "Good Directions" by Billy Currington
This song was actually written by Luke Bryan many years ago. He gave it to Billy Currington who released the hit in September of 2006 as the third and final single from his album Doin' Somethin' Right.
5. "Come Over" by Kenny Chesney
6. "Mama's Broken Heart" by Miranda Lambert
This final song, "Mama's Broken Heart", was actually written by Kacey Musgraves. Musgraves and Lambert grew up in Texas together and would write songs together often. Kacey's sister actually shot pictures for Miranda and Blake Shelton's wedding. At the rehearsal dinner Miranda went up to Kacey and asked if she was going to cut the song or if she could have it. Kacey said she had to think about it but eventually gave it over to Miranda who released the song in January of 2013 as her fourth single from her album Four the Record.