Carrie Underwood ‘Two Black Cadillacs’ – Song Review
Remember the Dixie Chicks 'Goodbye Earl?' Well Carrie's new song is along the same tune, but completely different! The Dixie Chicks had fun with their "husband killer" song back in the day. Carrie's new song is all business. Dark, crazy, killing business.
"Two black Cadillacs driving in a slow parade / Headlights shining bright in the middle of the day / One is for his wife / The other for the woman who loved him at night / Two black Cadillacs meeting for the first time."
Wow, that's heavy. But you don't find out until later in the song that those two ladies in the two black Cadillacs are to blame for the man's death!
"It was the first and the last time they saw each other face to face / They shared a crimson smile and just walked away / And left the secret at the grave."
My mama always said, "Hell hath no fury like a scorned woman."
(She was an English teacher - evidently she's been quoting The Mourning Bride by William Congreve....)
Listen to Carrie Underwood's latest single 'Two Black Cadillacs' here.