'Take Me There'
The first single from their album 'Still Feels Good,' 'Take Me There' became their eighth No. 1 hit on the Hot Country Songs Chart in 2007.
'Life is the Highway'
Rascal Flatts recorded this cover for the Disney/Pixar film 'Cars' in 2006, but the original was written by Tom Cochrane for his 1991 album 'Mad Mad World.'
'Prayin' for Daylight'
Released as the group's debut single, this Rascal Flatts song peaked at No. 3 on the Hot Country Songs Chart in 2000.
The song was inspired by and written about the fictional town of Mayberry, North Carolina from the TV series 'The Andy Griffith Show.'
'Here Comes Goodbye'
''Here Comes Goodbye' was actually written by 'American Idol' season 6 finalist Chris Sligh and Clint Lagerberg and became Rascal Flatt's 10th No. 1 song in April of 2009.
'Fast Cars and Freedom'
This Rascal Flatts song is written in the perspective of man who, as he watches his lover remove her makeup, asks why she even wears it in the first place.
'Bless the Broken Road'
Since 1994, this song has been recorded by everyone from from Nitty Gritty Dirt Band to Carrie Underwood; but the tune did no win the songwriters a Grammy until 2005, after Rascal Flatts version reached No. 1 on the Billboard Country Music charts.
This tune is about a man who has a run-in with a former lover, only to say that not much has changed for him, even his feelings about her: "I'm reminiscin' dreaming old dreams / Wishing on wishes / Like you would be back again." It became their first No. 1 hit on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks charts in 2002.
This Rascal Flatts song is also the theme song for the ESPN Sportscenter show 'My Wish,' where Make-a-Wish Foundation and athletes collaborate to make childrens' dreams come true.
'What Hurts The Most'
Initially recorded by country artist Mark Wills, the song was later released as a single by pop singer Jo O'Meara in 2005 and German band Cascada in 2007. But it was Rascal Flatts' 2005 version that hit the top of both the Country and Contemporary charts.