According to a source, Blown Away starts with the sound of lightning and thunder cracking, to which Carrie starts singing the following line:
“Dry lightning cracks across the sky…Those storm clouds gather in her eyes….Daddy was a mean ole mister….”
That opening line alone is enough to put you at the edge of your seat, waiting to hear what will happen next in the song.
Billboard Magazine has also leaked another line: “Some people called it taking shelter. She called it sweet revenge.”
Combining the new lines I mentioned and the line we already know is more than enough to get anyone interested in hearing this song.
Blown Away is the second single off Carrie Underwood’s album of the same title. Those that have heard it have called it ominous, intense and epic. The arrangement has been complimented as well as the lyrics. Its surprise factor has also been mentioned as a very important point.
“Dry lightning cracks across the sky, those storm clouds gather in her eyes… daddy was a mean ole mister.”
Could Blown Away be Carrie Underwood’s best song yet?