Singer Carrie Underwood says one song from her upcoming album “Storyteller”, which releases on October 23, will be about her new role as a mother.
The 32-year-old “American Idol” alum, who welcomed her first son Isaiah Michael in March with husband Mike Fisher, said she initially tried avoiding making a song on motherhood, reported People Magazine.
“I tried to avoid the ‘mommy’ songs, but one managed to find it’s way in there! I’m glad it did, because he (Isaiah) will always have that.”
During a Facebook interaction with fans, the “Something in the Water” hitmaker said she makes up lullabies to sing to her little baby.
“I change the words to songs that I already know to fit whatever I’m doing with him at the moment,” she said. “There are lots of songs about diaper changing and getting him dressed!”
Underwood also said one of the songs, “Smoke Break,” will be about the hectic schedules and the little breaks people have in between.
“(It is) one of those story songs that I feel like everybody can relate to, about how life is so hectic and it’s so nice if and when you get to step away for a econd.”