End Up With You

Album: Cry Pretty (2018)
  • Carrie Underwood sings on this Hillary Lindsey, Brett McLaughlin and Will Weatherly penned song about going along for the ride with her romantic interest and being happy to go wherever fate takes them.

    And we could end up broke down on some back road
    Lovin' in the back seat to the radio
    Wouldn't be the worst scenario
    'Cause all I wanna do is end up with you

    Underwood doesn't care whatever happens her as long as she's with her lover.
  • The song has a quicker tempo that most of Underwood's other material. "It's really fun," she said. "It's kind of got this cool beat to it that kind of makes you want to dance. But the words are really awesome and the story's cool, because it's all about kind of being with the person that you love."

    "And you don't really care what's going on around you," Underwood added. "You just want to be with that person and it doesn't matter what your day's like, as long as it ends with the one that you love."


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