Wine After Whiskey

Maybe the strumming guide can help you on your way. Carrie Marie Underwood, born March 10, 1983, is an American country pop singer-songwriter from Checotah, Oklahoma. She rose to fame after winning the 4th season of American Idol in 2005. Underwood has since sold over 14 million albums and over 20 million singles worldwide, won several Grammy Awards, including the coveted Grammy for Best New Artist in 2007, multiple American Music Awards, including Artist of the Year in 2007, and several Billboard Music Awards, including the 2006 Album of the Year for Some Hearts. While these no. 1 hits are perfect representations of Blown Away as a whole, there are some seriously emotional ballads buried within the album’s 14 tracks that could do so much for her career.

"Wine After Whiskey" lyrics provided for educational purposes and personal use only. Carrie's lyrics utilise a wine-after-whiskey metaphor to describe how later relationships never match up after experiencing true love.

"Once you've tasted a love that strong, you can't go back and you can't settle on anything less," she laments. This Wine and Whiskey Cocktail is the perfect combination of red wine, whiskey, and lemon with a little splash of simple syrup. If you love red wine and you love whiskey, you haven't lived until you've tired this cocktail. Styled after a New York Sour, a fancy drink that combines both wine and whiskey, this is a simpler easier to make version of that cocktail. It uses a dark red wine, and has a deeper flavor that works perfectly with the whiskey.

And “Wine After Whiskey” is one of them; it’s perhaps one of the greatest songs she has ever recorded. The song is tender and raw, with Carrie’s vocal restraint in perfect form. Powered by Carrie Underwood lyrics are property and of their owners.

Carefully listen to the song and try to really "feel" the rhythm. Once you get the basics of strumming, I can assure you it'll go real quick.

The singer penned the song with Dave Berg, who in 2007 received the ASCAP Country Song of the Year award for Rodney Atkins' "If You're Going Through Hell (Before the Devil Even Knows). The third co-writer, Tom Shapiro, has been a prominent songwriter on the Nashville scene since the 1970s. Amongst his over 20 chart-toppers is "Ain't Nothing 'Bout You" by Brooks & Dunn, which was named by Billboard magazine as the number one country song of 2001.

If you are looking for another cocktail with whiskey, you will have to make this Dessert Wasteland Whiskey Cocktail. And of course you need to try this classic Red Sangria. The other aspect of the song that makes it perfect as a single is its instrumentation. It’s so very country, just a mandolin and a guitar—there's not a lick of a drum track or boisterous other pop production elements. The production is nearly entirely acoustic, and it doesn’t try to mask Carrie’s vocals.

"Once you've tasted a love that strong, you can't go back and you can't settle on anything less," she laments. This Wine and Whiskey Cocktail is the perfect combination of red wine, whiskey, and lemon with a little splash of simple syrup. If you love red wine and you love whiskey, you haven't lived until you've tired this cocktail. Styled after a New York Sour, a fancy drink that combines both wine and whiskey, this is a simpler easier to make version of that cocktail. It uses a dark red wine, and has a deeper flavor that works perfectly with the whiskey.

This song of lost love and regret was originally penned for Carrie's previous album Play On, but didn't make the final track listing. Underwood sings of the regrets of a lost relationship on this bittersweet ballad.

The song builds cinematically, adding layer upon layer. Nothing screams “over the top.” Its subtlety is marvelous to behold. With the one-two-three-four punch that was “Good Girl,” the title track, “Two Black Cadillacs” and “See You Again,” Carrie has outdone herself. Not only is her voice in tip-top shape these days, but she truly understands how to incorporate the traditions of country into a modern, mainstream sound.

If you are in love with both red wine and whiskey, there is no need to try to choose between them. Put them together in this amazing cocktail. This Wine and Whiskey Cocktail is the perfect combination of red wine, whiskey, and lemon with a little splash of simple syrup. If you love red wine and you love whiskey, you haven’t lived until you’ve tired this cocktail.

These singles allowed her to broaden the scope of the genre, pushing the envelope lyrically and musically. Each of these releases also focused on driving beats that only exacerbates the songs’ stories.

The singer penned the song with Dave Berg, who in 2007 received the ASCAP Country Song of the Year award for Rodney Atkins' "If You're Going Through Hell (Before the Devil Even Knows). The third co-writer, Tom Shapiro, has been a prominent songwriter on the Nashville scene since the 1970s. Amongst his over 20 chart-toppers is "Ain't Nothing 'Bout You" by Brooks & Dunn, which was named by Billboard magazine as the number one country song of 2001.

If you are looking for another cocktail with whiskey, you will have to make this Dessert Wasteland Whiskey Cocktail. And of course you need to try this classic Red Sangria. The other aspect of the song that makes it perfect as a single is its instrumentation. It’s so very country, just a mandolin and a guitar—there's not a lick of a drum track or boisterous other pop production elements. The production is nearly entirely acoustic, and it doesn’t try to mask Carrie’s vocals.

"Wine After Whiskey" lyrics provided for educational purposes and personal use only. Carrie's lyrics utilise a wine-after-whiskey metaphor to describe how later relationships never match up after experiencing true love.

Carefully listen to the song and try to really "feel" the rhythm. Once you get the basics of strumming, I can assure you it'll go real quick.

If you are in love with both red wine and whiskey, there is no need to try to choose between them. Put them together in this amazing cocktail. This Wine and Whiskey Cocktail is the perfect combination of red wine, whiskey, and lemon with a little splash of simple syrup. If you love red wine and you love whiskey, you haven’t lived until you’ve tired this cocktail.

"Once you've tasted a love that strong, you can't go back and you can't settle on anything less," she laments. This Wine and Whiskey Cocktail is the perfect combination of red wine, whiskey, and lemon with a little splash of simple syrup. If you love red wine and you love whiskey, you haven't lived until you've tired this cocktail. Styled after a New York Sour, a fancy drink that combines both wine and whiskey, this is a simpler easier to make version of that cocktail. It uses a dark red wine, and has a deeper flavor that works perfectly with the whiskey.

And “Wine After Whiskey” is one of them; it’s perhaps one of the greatest songs she has ever recorded. The song is tender and raw, with Carrie’s vocal restraint in perfect form. Powered by Carrie Underwood lyrics are property and of their owners.

The song builds cinematically, adding layer upon layer. Nothing screams “over the top.” Its subtlety is marvelous to behold. With the one-two-three-four punch that was “Good Girl,” the title track, “Two Black Cadillacs” and “See You Again,” Carrie has outdone herself. Not only is her voice in tip-top shape these days, but she truly understands how to incorporate the traditions of country into a modern, mainstream sound.

These singles allowed her to broaden the scope of the genre, pushing the envelope lyrically and musically. Each of these releases also focused on driving beats that only exacerbates the songs’ stories.

Maybe the strumming guide can help you on your way. Carrie Marie Underwood, born March 10, 1983, is an American country pop singer-songwriter from Checotah, Oklahoma. She rose to fame after winning the 4th season of American Idol in 2005. Underwood has since sold over 14 million albums and over 20 million singles worldwide, won several Grammy Awards, including the coveted Grammy for Best New Artist in 2007, multiple American Music Awards, including Artist of the Year in 2007, and several Billboard Music Awards, including the 2006 Album of the Year for Some Hearts. While these no. 1 hits are perfect representations of Blown Away as a whole, there are some seriously emotional ballads buried within the album’s 14 tracks that could do so much for her career.

This song of lost love and regret was originally penned for Carrie's previous album Play On, but didn't make the final track listing. Underwood sings of the regrets of a lost relationship on this bittersweet ballad.

If you are looking for another cocktail with whiskey, you will have to make this Dessert Wasteland Whiskey Cocktail. And of course you need to try this classic Red Sangria. The other aspect of the song that makes it perfect as a single is its instrumentation. It’s so very country, just a mandolin and a guitar—there's not a lick of a drum track or boisterous other pop production elements. The production is nearly entirely acoustic, and it doesn’t try to mask Carrie’s vocals.

Maybe the strumming guide can help you on your way. Carrie Marie Underwood, born March 10, 1983, is an American country pop singer-songwriter from Checotah, Oklahoma. She rose to fame after winning the 4th season of American Idol in 2005. Underwood has since sold over 14 million albums and over 20 million singles worldwide, won several Grammy Awards, including the coveted Grammy for Best New Artist in 2007, multiple American Music Awards, including Artist of the Year in 2007, and several Billboard Music Awards, including the 2006 Album of the Year for Some Hearts. While these no. 1 hits are perfect representations of Blown Away as a whole, there are some seriously emotional ballads buried within the album’s 14 tracks that could do so much for her career.

"Wine After Whiskey" lyrics provided for educational purposes and personal use only. Carrie's lyrics utilise a wine-after-whiskey metaphor to describe how later relationships never match up after experiencing true love.

And “Wine After Whiskey” is one of them; it’s perhaps one of the greatest songs she has ever recorded. The song is tender and raw, with Carrie’s vocal restraint in perfect form. Powered by Carrie Underwood lyrics are property and of their owners.

Carefully listen to the song and try to really "feel" the rhythm. Once you get the basics of strumming, I can assure you it'll go real quick.

The singer penned the song with Dave Berg, who in 2007 received the ASCAP Country Song of the Year award for Rodney Atkins' "If You're Going Through Hell (Before the Devil Even Knows). The third co-writer, Tom Shapiro, has been a prominent songwriter on the Nashville scene since the 1970s. Amongst his over 20 chart-toppers is "Ain't Nothing 'Bout You" by Brooks & Dunn, which was named by Billboard magazine as the number one country song of 2001.