Carrie Underwood Is Happy to Have an Uplifting Song on the Radio

“I don’t have a violent streak in me, but I sing like I do,” she says of her darkly themed previous singles.

Carrie Underwood's a feel-good kinda gal.

So she's relieved to have an uplifting song on the radio, "See You Again," after a couple of her darker offerings, "Blown Away" and "Two Black Cadillacs." Before that, Carrie's kiss-off song "Good Girl" was on the radio.

"I have been saying, since 'See You Again' came out, I’m so happy," she tells reporters, laughing. "I have a positive message!"

Not that Carrie doesn't enjoy those other songs.

"I love having songs with attitude. I love getting onstage and rocking out," she said, adding, "I don’t have a violent streak in me, but I sing like I do.

"So, it’s so nice to have something that does have a positive message. It feels good."

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