Carrie Underwood Talks Narnia Song

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Carrie Underwood recently co-wrote and recorded the ending song for the upcoming movie Chronicles of Narnia: Voyage of the Dawn Treader. In the video below Carrie talks about the recording of the song, “There’s a Place for Us,” which she co-wrote with David Hodges and Hillary Lindsey.

Hillary tells Country Weekly that she and her co-writers previewed the movie before it was complete. "You could see the strings on the characters that were flying and all that stuff that they hadn’t edited," she says. "We watched the movie, had some candy and started writing. We wrote a few different [songs], and the company, Fox, picked the one that they liked.

“David Hodges had a piano melody going and Carrie and I started adding lyrics to go along with it," she continues. "For all of us, it was a feeling that we’ve all felt like we don’t ‘fit in’ in some places and you have to believe in yourself and know that there’s a place for all of us where we belong. I loved it when everybody broke into harmony in the room when we were writing. It made the song come alive.”

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