Carrie Underwood

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Carrie Underwood

Carrie Marie Underwood (born March 10, 1983) is the winner of the fourth season of American Idol.

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  • Sometimes, that mountain you've been climbing, is just a grain of sand.
    • From her hit single, So Small from the album, Carnival Ride (2007).
  • God put us here on this carnival ride, we close our eyes never knowing where it will take us next.
    • From the booklet of Carnival Ride.
  • I'm flat on the floor, with my head down low, where the sky can't rain on me anymore.
    • From Flat on the Floor from the album, Carnival Ride (2007). [Misattributed: performer not credited as writer.]
  • It's the wheel of the world - turning around.
    • From Wheel of the World from the album Carnival Ride (2007). [Misattributed: performer not credited as writer.]
  • I want to be inside your heaven.
    • From Inside Your Heaven from the album, Some Hearts (2005). [Misattributed: performer not credited as writer.]
  • But when you're standing at a crossroad, there's a choice you've got to make.
    • From Starts With Goodbye from the album, Some Hearts (2005). [Misattributed: performer not credited as writer.]
  • Jesus, take the wheel.
    • From Jesus, Take the Wheel from the album, Some Hearts (2005). [Misattributed: performer not credited as writer.]
  • The more boys I meet, the more I love my dog.
    • From The More Boys I Meet from the album, Carnival Ride (2007). [Misattributed: performer not credited as writer.]
  • Baby why'd you leave me, why'd you have to go; I was counting on forever, now I'll never know.
    • From Just a Dream from the album, Carnival Ride (2007). [Misattributed: performer not credited as writer.]
  • Is "Cowboy Casanova" about the quarterback of the Dallas Cowboys? No. I would never immortalize a guy that did me wrong. I would never give him that much credit.
    • Esquire, January 2010, p. 78
  • When people think of what it's like to be famous, they think of the Ritz. But I've been in hotels where I will not take my shoes off. I will wear flip-flops in the shower. I've seen more basements of venues than I've seen of the United States. People think, Oh, you travel, you get to see the country. I've seen basements, I've seen concrete, I've seen pillars.
    • Esquire, January 2010, p. 78
  • Simon's obviously very smart. But he's not the smartest person I know.
    • Esquire, January 2010, p. 78

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The booklets of Carnival Ride and Some Hearts.