Carrie Scores Coveted Narnia Song

Underwood, Carrie (in black)

When artists are part of movie soundtracks, they always want the song that plays over the credits at the end. That’s where producers usually use an entire song—and it’s often a song that ends up on the radio.

Carrie Underwood has scored what’s called the end title song for the new Narnia movie, The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, out Dec. 10.

The song is called “There’s a Place for Us,” which she co-wrote with Hillary Lindsey and David Hodges.

“I’m a big fan of the Narnia books and films, so I was really excited about seeing this new movie and writing and performing a song for it,” Carrie said in a statement.

“I was blown away by the film, and I think people are going to be really excited when they see it.”

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