Several of nominees for Single Record of the Year at the 2017 ACM Awards are vying for wins in numerous categories; this specific award, however, is for the nominated works' songwriters, publishers and artists. In 2016, Thomas Rhett won with "Die a Happy Man" -- so, who will be the lucky winner in 2017?

“Blue Ain’t Your Color” gave Keith Urban yet another chance to stand on top of the country charts, and he did it with confidence. In this song, Urban about a girl who essentially is settling in her love life -- and he thinks she can do better. Miranda Lambert's "Vice," meanwhile, finds the country star owning up to her own tendency to run toward her vices for comfort.

Florida Georgia Line's first single from Dig Your Roots, “H.O.L.Y.,” is a completely different sound from the duo: It's a piano-heavy ballad, worlds away from "Cruise." But another Single Record of the Year nominee, “Humble and Kind,” sparked an entire movement, thanks to Tim McGraw's recording of the Lori McKenna-penned tune.

And finally, “My Church” launched Maren Morris to rising superstar status and earned her a gold record. Not bad for a debut single, huh?

Who should win Single Record of the Year at the 2017 ACM Awards? Vote for your pick in the poll below as often as once an hour until 11:59PM ET on March 30. We’ll compile the results for our readers vs. staff predictions prior to this year’s ACMs.

The 2017 ACM Awards are set to take place in Las Vegas, Nev., on April 2, and air live on CBS beginning at 8PM ET. For the first time ever, the show will take place at T-Mobile Arena; Luke Bryan and Dierks Bentley will return as co-hosts.

The Boot will be staying up late covering the most buzzed-about winners, fashion and moments at the 2017 ACM Awards. Readers can watch along with us by checking back to TheBoot.com for the latest ACMs headlines, liking The Boot on Facebook and following The Boot on Twitter.

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