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Miranda Lambert & Carrie Underwood Premiere Studio Version of 'Somethin Bad' - Listen Now!

Miranda Lambert & Carrie Underwood Premiere Studio Version of 'Somethin Bad' - Listen Now!

Check out your first official listen to the studio version of Miranda Lambert‘s hot new song “Something Bad” featuring Carrie Underwood!

Over the weekend, the two ladies hit the stage together at the 2014 Billboard Music Awards to perform the new track for the very first time.

“I’m a huge Carrie Underwood fan,” Miranda told Ryan Seacrest. “‘Somethin’ Bad’ is a meshing of our styles and there aren’t many female collaborations in our format so I’m really excited to be debuting it on the Billboard Awards.”

The song will appear on Miranda‘s upcoming album Platinum, which is set for a June 3 release – Pre-order it on iTunes now!


Miranda Lambert – “Somethin’ Bad” Duet with Carrie Underwood

Click inside to read the lyrics to the song

Stand on the box, stomp your feet, get clapping
Got a real good feeling something bad about to happen

Oh-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh

[Miranda:]
Pulled up to the church but I got so nervous
Had to back it on up, couldn’t make it to the service
Grabbed all the cash underneath my mattress
Got a real good feelin’ something bad about to happen

[Carrie:]
Ran into a girl in a pretty white dress
Rolled down a window, where you heading to next?
Said I’m heading to the bar with my money out of the mattress
Got a feeling something bad about to happen…

[Chorus:]
Stand on the box, stomp your feet, start clapping
Got a real good feeling something bad about to happen
Drinks keep coming, throw my head back laughing
Wake up in the morning’ don’t know what happened
Whoah… Something bad
Whoah… Something bad

[Carrie:]
Now me and that girl that I met on the street
We’re rollin’ down the road, down to New Orleans
Got a full tank of gas and The money out of the mattress
Got a real good feelin’ something bad about to happen

[Miranda:]
Bout to tear it up down in New Orleans
Just like a real-life Thelma & Louise
If the cops catch up, they’re gonna call it Kidnapping
Got a real good feelin’ something bad about to happen

[Chorus:]
Stand on the box, stomp your feet, start clapping
Got a real good feeling something bad about to happen
Drinks keep coming, throw my head back laughing
Wake up in the morning’ don’t know what happened
Whoah… Something bad
Whoah… Something bad

Stand on the box, stomp your feet, start clapping
Got a real good feeling something bad about to happen
Now the drinks keep coming, throw my head back laughing
Wake up in the morning’ don’t know what happened
(yeah, yeah, yeah)
Whoah… Something bad
Whoah… Something bad

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Credit: Christopher Polk; Photos: Getty
Posted to: Carrie Underwood, First Listen, Miranda Lambert

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3 Comments

# 3

Man, and I thought that Carrie’s “Last Name” was “something bad.” This song tops the list for both of them as the worst song they ever released so far. Their performance was pitiful at the Billboard Music Awards, as they both looked like they were competing with each other on stage. Furthermore, I’m not surprised that, as usual, Carrie tried to be the dominant one throughout the entire song (especially toward the end with the unnecessary “yeah, yeah, yeah” part), which is probably why she rarely gets the chance to duet with anybody. Even though this song is a train wreck in my eyes and therefore does not deserve airplay on a country station (maybe a pop or alternative rock station instead), I’m sure pop country stations will play the living daylights of it anyway just because of the star power behind it. Besides, most “country” stations today don’t even know what real country music is anyway. As an example to the idiocy currently going on within country radio today, my local country station recently had to change their slogan from “#1 for country and fun” to “#1 for young country” probably because they now have two other stations in my area to compete against, both of which also play more traditional sounding country to boot. They should take the hint and follow suit rather than just have “traditional country Sunday” which is rarely acknowledged anymore being that they play nothing but “young country” pop crap. Today’s “country” music is beginning to sound hypocritical and poser-like, almost as if they are trying to sound like something they’re not i.e. artists like Taylor Swift, Carrie Underwood, Florida-Georgia Line, Luke Byran and Jason Aldean.

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