Carrie Underwood Top 10 Songs of All Time, New Songs in 2016-2017

Take a look at the below list of Carrie Underwood Top 10 Songs and Albums of All Time till 2017 with new and upcoming songs 2017. The mention of Carrie Underwood brings a lot to mind, including ‘American Idol‘ and Christian music. The musician always talks about her faith, and she continues to release Christian based songs. The beautiful artist’s life has significantly changed since she auditioned on ‘America Idol.’ Below are the best ten songs by Carrie Underwood, and the latest she has released. Have fun as you get to know more about each song.

Carrie Underwood Top 10 Songs List, New Songs in 2017-2018

List of Top 10 songs by Carrie Underwood till 2017:

10. ‘Blown Away.’

Carrie Underwood is famous for singing songs that tell stories, and ‘Blown Away is not any different. The musician sings about her abusive dad, who she happens to live with, unfortunately. She thinks that a tornado heads to their house, and she wishes it is ‘blown away.’ The track is one of the best she has done, but it creates deep feelings to the listeners, something that raises emotions. We hope the tornado got ‘blown away.’

9. ‘Something in the Water.’

The song is one of the musician’s latest, and we can comfortably say that the song has Christian basics. In the song, Carrie describes the process of being baptized and cleansed with water. Some people criticized Carrie for this track, and she ignored them. Maybe they did not believe she is saved, or maybe they are just infidels, who did not expect such a song from her. Without judging anyone on the issue, the track is entertaining.

8. ‘Jesus Take the Wheel.’

The song is a favorite to many, and it takes Carrey to greater heights in the music industry. ‘Jesus take the wheel’ is one of her signature songs, and people associate the song with her. People do not consider the song Christian, but it helps her to convey her belief and faith. She sings about going home on Christmas to say hey to mom and dad, with her baby on the back seat. Suddenly her faith runs low, and so does gasoline.

She is stressed and so does not concentrate, making her to over speed. She then senses danger and pleads with Jesus to take the wheel and save her on that road. ‘Jesus take the wheel.’ ‘Take it from my hands.’

7. ‘Last Name.’

‘Last name is one of the most fast-paced tracks Carrie ever records. She surprises everyone by singing about having drinks and getting married to a person she does not know in Vegas, after which she wakes up to realize that she does not recall his last name. She sings about being served with poison, doing things she is not proud of and getting a little crazy. She allegedly meets a guy on the dance floor and allows him to call her ‘Baby.’ ‘And then it turned into oh no, what have I done.’ ‘And I don’t even know his last name.’

6. ‘Just a Dream.’

‘Just a dream’ is a song loved by those who lose lovers in the army. She composes a song about the loss, which occurs just before the wedding day. The song is a game changer for Underwood, and it still plays in radios today, ten years since its release. The song proves that Underwood is a talented musician, whose career started building long ago.

5. ‘Temporary Home.’

The song does not directly mention God, but everyone knows that it infers. She sings about passing through different places as she heads to a destination. The song is emotional and makes fans cry especially females. She sings about a little boy who gets new parents after being alone. When people ask him how he feels about the new home, he allegedly smiles and says: ‘This is my temporary home, not where I belong.’ This is one of the Carrie Underwood Top 10 Songs of All Time till 2017.

4. ‘Hark! The Herald Angels Sing’

Carrie Underwood loves Christmas songs, and this is one of the songs she likes to sing, and people all over the world love the version. The song creates the festive mood every time it plays, regardless of whether we are actually near the season. She sings about a newborn king who brings joy to the world, reconciling God and sinners. ‘Hark! The herald angels sing.’ ‘Glory to the newborn king.’

3. ‘So Small.’

‘So small’ speaks to all people, and Underwood gets a way of preaching to people, without actually sounding like she is preaching. Listening to the track reminds someone about how we should live. She sings that in life, sometimes we realize that the mountains we have been climbing are just like a grain of sand, and God gives everything we want in our hands. She adds that love ‘It sure makes everything else seem so small.’

2. ‘All-American Girl.’

The song is about the American dream that a majority of people have. Carrie sings about parents who raise their daughter with the hope of her being a football star. Despite the track not being religious, it is interesting to listen to the excellent track. She sings about a girl who is at the center of her dad’s joy. ‘And his heart belongs to that little, beautiful, wonderful and perfect.’ ‘All-American Girl.’

1. ‘Don’t forget to remember me.’

‘Don’t forget to remember me is another track about life. The musician sings about growing up and going your way. She talks about the calls people make home and the struggle with life. Many people enjoy the song, despite it not being faith based. The track is the best the musician ever composed, by having many fans and many views online. ‘Don’t forget to Remember me’ is a global anthem.

Carrie Underwood New Songs 2016-2017

1. Church Bells

In her new release, Carrie sings about a beautiful but broke girl who gets the attention of a wealthy oil man, one night in a dancing club. The lovely girl has the looks, and the man has a mansion, so the rest is obvious. She then hears church bells ringing and the choir singing: telling her to close the eyes and fold the hands, as everything will be okay. ‘And just listen to the church bells ringing, ringing. ‘Yeah, they’re ringing.’

2. Dirty Laundry

Carrie sings about her lover’s dirty laundry, which suggests he had an affair with another lady. She finds lipstick on his collar and stains of wine in the pockets. The lipstick is not pink, the one Carrie uses, and neither does Underwood drink red wine. She adds that the perfume in the clothes is forty times cheaper than the one she uses. ‘I’m at it again, oh, am so sorry.’ ‘All the Ajax in the world ain’t gonna clean your dirty laundry.’

Carrie Underwood is a favorite artist to many, and her uniqueness makes her attractive to many people all over the world. The queen knows how to compose songs out of real life experiences such as love, breakups, and unfaithful relationships. She is a worldwide thriller, who continues to entertain her fans. We just can’t wait for her next release, good luck queen Carrie.

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