Brad & Carrie Take Dig At Lawsuit

On the heels of Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood announcing they’re co-hosting this year’s ACM Awards in November, the two have teamed up for a song called “The High Life” off Brad’s upcoming album, ‘Moonshine In the Trunk.

The song takes digs at people who get rich off lawsuits and for Brad and Carrie, it hit’s on the lawsuit they’re facing over their duet “Remind Me”.

“I heard a song a couple months ago,” he sings, “It was Carrie Underwood on the radio. It reminded me of a poem my brother wrote back in second grade. I know she didn’t steal it, but so what? We lawyered up and sued her butt. These days we figure we pretty much get paid to go away.” Carrie is heard in the backing vocals singing, “a bunch of lowlifes living the high life.”

The not-so-subtle mention takes aim at Amy Bowen, a singer-songwriter who sued them last year for stealing the song from her.

‘Moonshine in the Trunk’ will be out August 26.

Source: Taste Of Country

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