Judging from Carrie Underwood's first three single choices from Blown Away, you'd think she was in a really bad mood. She warns all the ladies about a lousy ex in the lead single, "Good Girl," and then sings about an intense, abusive relationship in "Blown Away." On the third single, "Two Black Cadillacs," she tells the story of two women actually knocking off the guy cheating on both of them.
While Carrie loves to rock out and sing songs with attitude, you won't find her acting out those songs. She admits, "I don’t have a violent streak in me, but I sing like I do."
Now Carrie is taking a break from all that anger and destruction with the fourth single from Blown Away, "See You Again." The song is inspirational in tone, and Carrie is very happy to have a lighter song on the radio again, saying, "I’m so happy I have a positive message!"
You see all of Carrie's different sides on her upcoming DVD, The Blown Away Tour: Live, coming out August 13.
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