By: Abrar khan
Keith experienced big success right out of the gate with his self-titled debut album.
Keith showed his more sensitive side with "Who's That Man," which he wrote by himself.
Keith wrote "Cryin' for Me" as a tribute to his friend Wayne Tisdale, after the basketball player and jazz musician passed away in May of 2009.
Keith wrote this patriotic anthem after workin"Beer for My Horses" brings together two disparate elements of Keith's songwriting.
Keith scored another of his very biggest career songs with "As Good As I Once Was."
"My List" is a rarity for Keith, in that it's a song that he recorded and released as a single but did not write.
Keith not only scored a No. 1 hit, he built an empire on the back of this song.
Two separate events inspired Keith to write what has become, in many ways, a career-defining song.
Perhaps no other song on the list of the Top 10 Toby Keith Songs inspires such fierce debate.