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Carrie Underwood Releases 'What I Never Knew I Always Wanted'

10/20/2015
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(Radio.com) County music star Carrie Underwood has released a fourth song from her forthcoming album Storyteller, and it appears to be the most personal track from the album revealed thus far.

The new track, "What I Never Knew I Always Wanted' was inspired by Carrie's son Isaiah and her husband, and professional hockey player, Mike Fisher.

"Never was the kind to think about dressing in white, wasn't waiting on a prince to come riding into my life," the track opens, "thought I was happy on my own, til you came and proved me wrong."

'It's a love song for my boys," Underwood tells Taste of Country. Check it out here.

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