Carrie: I Have a Brain Built for Music, But After That . . .

"I cannot find my way home, I can’t point northeast, southwest . . . I don’t know where anything is."

OK, so Carrie Underwood says she's not great at math or science.

Heck, she recently told reporters that doesn't have much of a sense of direction, either.

"I cannot find my way home, I can’t point northeast, southwest," Carrie said. "I don’t know where anything is. I can find my way to the grocery store and most of the time the mall, but sometimes that’s an issue."

What Carrie can do—she remembers songs. Like, from a long time ago.

"I have a brain for music. I remember commercials from when I was in kindergarten, I remember songs—if I listened to them, like, twice, I remember most of the lyrics. I got it," she says.

"That’s the part of my brain that works."  It's worked pretty well for her so far.

 

 

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