Carrie Underwood's touching fourth single from her album "Play On," was released at the perfect time in her life. Called "Mama's Song," the single made its debut a matter of months after Underwood married hockey player Mike Fisher.
Underwood helped co-write the song, in which the narrator speaks to her mother and tells her not to be worried as she leaves to start a new life with the man she loves. The narrator reassures her mother that she taught her how to be a good person, and that her husband is a good man who will take care of her.
The music video for the song is extra emotional, since Underwood's mother, Carole, also appears in the video along with Fisher. You won't be able to hold back your tears as Underwood looks over at her mother with absolute adoration and sings "Mama, don't you worry about me./Don't you worry about me."
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