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Carrie Underwood still has recordings of her singing when she was a teenager.

Posted By: Jeff Reynolds · 6/25/2012 4:23:00 PM

Did you ever record yourself singing as a kid? Could you imagine if somehow someone found that tape and you heard it today? That's what happened to Carrie Underwood. Carrie has a couple of demo CDs she recorded when she was 13 or 14. One is called "Broken Wing" and is full of covers of other artists' songs. If you ask me, she sounds just as good then as she does now.


Here's Carrie covering I Hope You Dance by LeAnn Womack


Here's Carrie covering A Cold Day in July by the Dixie Chicks


She also covered Goodbye Earl by the Dixie Chicks, Because You Love Me by Jo Dee Messina, There You Are by Martina McBride, Can't Get Enough by Patty Loveless, Lesson in Leavin' by Jo Dee Messina, Crazy by Patsy Cline, A Broken Wing by Martina McBride, Tonight the Heartache's On Me by the Dixie Chicks and more.

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