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" Indeed, it seemed like someone flipped a switch: practically overnight, Underwood (27) went from wearing her heart on her sleeve and being taken for granted to being more elusive, harder-to-get, but easy to be with.Her wedding to hockey hunk Mike Fisher (30) was celebrated on a recent cover of : After dating Dallas Cowboys Quarterback Tony Romo for only a couple of months, she pressed him for commitment -- he used the work card to break up with her in June 2007. While singer Carrie Underwood is taken, she’s crushing on a pretty significant actor.
The musical support drops out of the track, leaving Urban’s voice alone atop the programmed drums, akin to a transitional section in a dance record.“I couldn’t think what the chords were,” recalls Urban. Busbee coordinated with Urban’s guitar tech to bring a ganjo over on the plane.
Whoever that is." She was much less loquacious in sharing any details of her relationship with Fisher with the press - almost as if she'd read Chapter 13 in I, "Don't Tell the Media About Your Love Life and Other Rules for Celebrities: Talking openly about your relationship will only embarrass him and scare him away. Better to do quietly and show up at the Oscars with an engagement ring than to talk for an hour about a man who hasn't proposed to you yet on a daytime talk show!
" She also seems wise to the chapter that follows, "Don't Be a Groupie..." insofar as she never boned up on hockey just to please him.
When the chorus was done, they used the same chord structure to form a more subdued set of verses."When you have a chorus that feels so immediate like that, the point of the verses is to really stay out of the way of that," says busbee.
But transitioning back to the chorus was tricky."The chord progression puts you in a bit of a corner where you can't get out of it," says Urban.