There's plenty of power when it comes to the women of country.
The genre's female stars have a decades-long history of singing about way more than love and heartache.
Put on your cowgirl hat and rock out to these female empowerment anthems with all your girlfriends.
'Man, I Feel Like a Woman' by Shania Twain
This song by the Canadian crossover star is a genre-transcending country pop classic. Beginning with the singer exclaiming "Let's go girls," Twain said that "The song started with the title, then it kind of wrote itself."
'All-American Girl' by Carrie Underwood
This song was the second single from Underwood's second studio album Carnival Ride. In the video, she appears dressed as a number of different types including painter, nurse, football player, and astronaut, showing there's no limit to what an all-American girl can be.
'Just Because I'm a Woman' by Dolly Parton
A single from the icon's album of the same name, this track is about a woman who admonishes her boyfriend for the double-standard of judgment he passes on her past romantic flings, even though he's guilty of having some himself.
'I'm a Survivor' by Reba McEntire
Reba McEntire got a lot of juice out of this empowering anthem, in which she sings about the different ways she has survived, including being "a baby girl without a chance" and a "single mom who works two jobs." The track was one of McEntire's numerous chart-topping hits as well as the theme song for her sitcom Reba.
'GIRL' by Maren Morris
"I feel like it needed to be said, especially right now," Maren Morris said of her arena-sized anthem "GIRL." The song is meant to encourage female empowerment and celebration in an industry and society that often like to pit women against each other.