I don't know if anyone is more excited about Carrie Underwood's new album than I am. 'Blown away' will hit shelves tomorrow and there is a possibility I will be camping out somewhere tonight waiting to get me hands on a copy as soon as possible. I'm especially looking forward to hearing the song she has said she will never perform live.

The song is called 'Forever Changed' and the reason she has said she won't ever put it in a live performance is because she knows she will never get through it with out breaking down. The song is about a woman with Alzheimer's who mistakes her son for her husband.

Carrie said the story really hits home because she remembers her grandmother "at the end of her life, looking at my dad and thinking that that was my grandfather." I don't blame her one bit for not wanting to perform that song. But on the other hand, a song with that much feeling behind it is bound to be incredible. I really can't wait to hear it.

Don't forget to pick up your copy of 'Blown Away' in stores tomorrow (May 1st).