Some Hearts Songs Ranked

Some Hearts is the debut studio album by American singer and songwriter Carrie Underwood, released in the United States on November 15, 2005, by Arista Nashville. The album contains the number one country singles “Jesus, Take the Wheel”, “Don’t Forget to Remember Me”, “Wasted”, and “Before He Cheats”. The North American version contains the Billboard Hot 100 number one single, “Inside Your Heaven”, as a bonus track. The album and its songs were praised by music critics. It led Underwood to win three Grammy Awards: Best New Artist in 2007 and twice Best Female Country Vocal Performance—for “Jesus, Take the Wheel”, in 2007, and for “Before He Cheats”, in 2008. Additionally, Some Hearts won Album of the Year at the 2007 Academy of Country Music Awards, while “Jesus, Take the Wheel” and “Before He Cheats” both won Single of the Year at the 2006 Academy of Country Music Awards and 2007 Country Music Association Awards, respectively. Here are all of Some Hearts songs ranked.

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10. Whenever You Remember

“Now, this along with Some Hearts are by far, in my opinion the worst tracks on the album. This is probably slightly worse, as not even Carrie’s vocals can save it from being dull. It really is as the saying goes ‘dull as dishwater”

9. I Ain’t In Checotah Anymore

“This is Carrie’s first and only co-write on her debut, and it’s very easy to tell that this was written about her personal experiences with fame, and the lifestyle that goes with it. If you’re looking for a serious, autobiographical song about fame then this isn’t for you.”

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8. I Just Can’t Live a Lie

“I JUST CAN’T LIVE A LIE” is an excellent song about loving someone so much. This one is simply flawless. This album is a cross inbetween Country and Pop.”

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7. Starts With Goodbye

“I’m sure most of us have been in a situation similar to this before. Your in love with someone, but you know it’s not working out, so you have to end things even though emotionally it may kill you. Beautifully written with equally beautiful vocals.”

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6. Lessons Learned

“This song has an almost rock feel to it. It’s a powerful and very meaningful song about how even when your heart maybe breaking, or everything feels like its going wrong, it will still be a lesson learned in your life. Uplifting!”

5. Some Hearts

” There are only two tracks on this CD that I find bland, this title track being one of them. It’s the fastest track on the album so far, but it’s lyrics are pretty mediocre. However, Carrie’s once again flawless vocals manage to redeem this basic song.”

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4. Don’t Forget to Remember Me

“Anyone that has moved out from their parents house, or even people that are planning on doing so, will be able to relate to this. It’s a moving account of a girl’s journey into the city for the first time without her parents. This was obviously a well chosen track for the album, as I can imagine Carrie can relate to this very well “

3. Wasted

“The album opens with this beautifully told story. It really gives you an impression of how perfect the storytelling is going to be for the duration of the CD. Wasted is simply stunning”

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2. Jesus, Take the Wheel

“This was Carrie’s first official single, and it does not disappoint. Even if your not heavily religious, or even religious at all, you can still feel the emotion that this song brings. The video is also worth a watch, but don’t forget to bring the tissues.”

1. Before He Cheats

“Men you’d better watch your backs if your lady has been listening to this. It may give her some crazy ideas, involving your beloved cars. For me, this is one of the best songs on the album, and if you’ve purchased this CD, you have presumably heard this one before. Lyrically it’s lighthearted and fun (in a crazy ‘I’m gonna wreck your car’ way) and vocally it’s strong and sassy”