7 Notes Carrie Underwood Hit That Will Wear You Out | American Country Countdown Awards

7 Notes Carrie Underwood Hit That Will Wear You Out

It’s no secret that American Country Countdown Awards performer Carrie Underwood is a vocal powerhouse. We knew it on American Idol and after five GRAMMYs we still know: this woman can do it all. Labeled a “full lyric soprano,” Underwood can smoke a hole in any song, most times leaving us at home breathless and worn out. My throat hurts just thinking about it. We gathered all of her big notes from various YouTube accounts and vocal range charts and attempted to translate their technical names into something we can all understand.

“O Holy Night” by John Sullivan Dwight

Technical name: Eb5

Translation: Pop 5 cough drops.

“All-American Girl” by Carrie Underwood

Technical name: E5.

Translation: Drink a gallon of hot tea with honey and lemon…and mint…and eucalyptus.

“Last Name” by Carrie Underwood

Technical name: F5.

Translation: Chug an entire bottle of honey.

“Alone” by Heart

Technical: F#5/G5

Translation: Schedule a throat replacement with your doctor.

“I Know You Won’t” by Carrie Underwood

Technical: 16 seconds of belting.

Translation: Find an oxygen mask, NOW.

“Do Re Mi” / The Sound of Music

Technical: Bb5 (Her highest, sung note ever)

Translation: No voice tomorrow morning.

“Crying” by Aerosmith

Technical: Rockstar status alongside rock ‘n’ roll legend, Steven Tyler

Translation: Be reborn as Carrie Underwood.

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