Carrie Underwood released 'All-American Girl' in 2007 as the second single from her second studio album, 'Carnival Ride.' The tune, co-written by Grammy-nominated songwriter Kelley Lovelace, became her seventh career Billboard Hot 100 Top 40 single and hit No. 1 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. 'All-American Girl' became Underwood's seventh career No. 1 single, as well as her sixth consecutive country No. 1 single, and has been certified platinum, signifying sales in excess of one million units. Below, Lovelace tells The Boot about crafting the hit.