The 'Undo It' singer records the song for her next studio installment which is scheduled to come out on May 1.
Carrie Underwood has released lead single titled "Good Girl" from her upcoming studio album. In the toe-tapping hand-clap song, the "American Idol" alum warns every good girl that the men they see as a catch might be nothing but a cad, who's really good at lying and hiding their true color.
"His lips are dripping honey/ But he'll sting you like a bee," she sings. "Why, you gotta be so blind?/ Won't you open up your eyes?/ It's just a matter of time till you find/ He's no good, girl, no good for you/ You better get to getting on your goodbye shoes, and go, go, go/ You better listen to me he's low, low, low."
The single was written by Underwood with Chris DeStefano and Ashley Gorley, who co-penned two of her No. 1 hits, "Don't Forget to Remember Me" and "All-American Girl". It's for the album which she plans to release across the United States on May 1.