How it all came about is as wonderfully uplifting as the storyline of "The Sound of Music." The real-life romance of Underwood and Fisher began with an arranged introduction, a "hot" text message, months of long-distance phone calls, a first-ever New Year's Eve kiss and, eventually, a wedding with a surprise.
Country Music Association members also nominated it for musical event of the year in the fall. And its source is personal."It's all from a conversation my wife and I had early on in our relationship, that when things get tough, I need to hold her tighter and just try to take care of her," says Urban.
"The song is about wanting to heal somebody, wanting to take care of somebody, wanting to protect somebody.
Carrie Underwood isn't wasting any time on her ex, Tony Romo.
The country crooner recently told Esquire magazine that her hit song, "Cowboy Casanova," was definitely not about the NFL quarterback. I would never immortalize a guy that did me wrong," Underwood told the men's magazine.
"He hated so much that people thought that he was paying more attention to me and that was causing him to not do well.'' See photos of Hollywood's ugliest splits Romo went on to date -- and dump -- Jessica Simpson, who did admit to penning a song, "Back in My Old Boots," about the athlete.