Carrie Underwood, ‘Two Black Cadillacs’ Video
“The women in the two black veils didn’t bother to cry,” Carrie Underwood sings in what is one of her darkest songs to date, “Two Black Cadillacs.” And the vintage cars play just as big of a part as those two scorned women in the tune’s brand-new video, which has a wife and mistress attending their cheating man’s funeral … with flashbacks of what happened to get him there. The clip plays out the lyrics like a movie — one in which the twists and turns will blindside you. Watch the video below, and make sure to watch it until the very end!
“It was so fun writing that song,” Carrie tells The Boot of the tune, which she co-wrote with Josh Kear and Hillary Lindsey. Following the title track, “Two Black Cadillacs” is the second song from the country superstar’s chart-topping Blown Away album in which the bad guy ends up six feet under. “Obviously people know it’s not my life. I try not to overthink it,” the happily married singer insists. “If I had a whole album full of songs like that, it would be like, ‘What is she trying to say here?'”
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