NASHVILLE - Country music's version of The Rolling Stone magazine, Yippee Ki Yay Weekly has just announced that Carrie Underwood's cover song of Tammy Wynette's 1968 hit, "D-I-V-O-R-C-E" has just reached the top of the country music charts.
The song, which country legends Merle Haggard, Willie Nelson, Minnie Pearl, Johnny Cash, Dolly Parton, Junior Sample, and Little Jimmy Dickens all called the saddest country song ever written deals with the issue of 'divorce.'
Country music historian Gettysburg "Cornbread" Darlington wrote in his book Hemmin' and Hawin' and Tobacco Chawin' that the amazing thing about the song was that when it was recorded back on January 29, 1968 all of the musicians and back up singers who performed on it had all been divorced at least once, and drummer Donnie Earl "Sticks" Dalrymple had been divorced six times.
Yippee-Ki-Yay reporter, Grilletta Brewburger said that when she was interviewing Carrie Underwood about the song she suddenly teared up. When asked if she was alright Carrie replied that she was okay and it was just the damn friggin pollen in the air.
She giggled half-cryingly and said that she was allergic to pollen, Graham Crackers, beer, American Idol judge Randy "The Black Dawg" Jackson, and crotchless undies.
[EDITOR'S NOTE: Grilletta Brewburger told Abel to be sure and inform me that Ms. Underwood asked that we please not include the word 'friggin' in the article. I did leave a message for our proofreader Takasaki Kawashima but she must have forgotten. Sorry Carrie.]
Underwood confided to Brewburger that just yesterday she wrote a song that parallels her marital relationship with her husband of six months Mike Fisher.
Carrie divulged that she and Mike have only been together for a combined total of about four days due to the fact that since he plays professional hockey for the Ottawa Senators he resides in Canada.
The beautifully sexy Oklahoma native Underwood who was a winner on American Idol says that she is really beginning to feel like a loser in the 'marriage game.'
She smiled, took a sip of her Mint Julep and said that to help her deal with the situation she has written a song about it entitled, S-E-P-A-R-A-T-I-O-N.
Carrie Underwood recently performed at The White House for President Obama and "First Mama" Michelle at a special 'Hey Y'all Come On Down To The Hoedown' concert in honor of Mexico's President Nacho Winslow.