Carrie Underwood’s new song “The Bullet" was partially inspired by the mass shooting at the the Route 91 Harvest Festival in Las Vegas last year. "It's a beautiful and powerful song, and I thought for a long time whether or not I was the one to deliver its message," Underwood says in a new interview with Stellar Magazine. "Unfortunately, too many events have happened and not just on a grand scale...any word I say right now is gonna be wrong.” She adds, "But too many people are going to relate to it...It's a song that needed to be sung." As Taste of Country notes, “The Bullet" describes a gun death and how a bullet keeps moving, symbolically, long after it hits the target. "The Bullet" appears on Underwood's new album Cry Pretty, which is out September 14.
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