Upsetting expectations that her 2010 marriage to Canadian hockey star Mike Fisher would lead to a more mature fourth album dealing specifically in the joys and difficulties of young adulthood, Carrie Underwood announced today that her next disc, tentatively titled Canadian Heartsongs, will instead be all about her newfound allegiance to the Great White North.
Warned by some of her advisers that the move might alienate her American fans, Underwood reportedly expressed disdain for those “hosers” threatening to stilt her artistic and personal growth by refusing to evolve along with her. “At the end of the day, I am my own artist, eh,” the singer is quoted as saying.
Country California has exclusively learned the identities of the first several songs recorded for the collection:
“Won’t You Ride In My Little Blue Ski-Doo”
“Never Forsakin’ (My Round Bacon)”
“Don’t Forget to Remember Gretzky”
“Jesus Pass the Maple”
“My Own Kind of Toque” (Merle Haggard cover)
“I Always Get Canucky With You” (George Jones cover)
“I’m thrilled to be putting this music out for my fans. I think it will give them a window into my love affair with this great country called Canada, which it turns out is just north of the United States, and has been for some time. I couldn’t be more excited aboot sharing this part of my life with them,” said Underwood in the official statement delivered to Country California headquarters by a courier on mooseback.
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