This new "interpretation" is certainly "Carrie-fied" with her unique style of rolling chorus cresendos and um, well, you know, things. I'm not sure it's growing on me yet, but let's give it another 15 weeks just to make sure.
I do know that little bitsy boy-shorts can't beat a micro-skirt like Faith Hill.
Not on Sundays. Mondays, or any other day that ends in "y".
Maybe we'll get some wardrobe changes from Ms. Mike Fisher of the Nashville Preds later in the year.
In the meantime, enjoy this Onion spoof about what Carrie's version of SNF *might* have been, if she was given full creative liscense.
NEW YORK—Providing a unique interpretation of the weekly game broadcast’s iconic introductory music, country singer Carrie Underwood earlier this week debuted her own version of “Waiting All Day For Sunday Night,” a sprawling, multi-part progressive rock–inspired take on theNBC Sunday Night Football theme.
Drawing on the musical stylings of legendary prog rockers such as Yes, Genesis, and King Crimson, Underwood’s bombastic performance is reportedly marked by shifting time signatures, lengthy instrumental passages, and abstract, mystical lyrics, all of which serve to highlight the thrills and excitement of NBC’s flagship football broadcast.