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Tuesday, 25 September 2018 22:28

Carrie Underwood's song "Love Wins" is an anthem to universal love

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Country singer Carrie Underwood released her new album Cry Pretty on September 14th. Among her new songs, Love Wins celebrates universal love and can be seen as an LGBT anthem.

Carrie Underwood is a fervent believer and is married to a man. In the past, she supported marriage equality and some of her concerts have been banned because of that.

“As a married person myself, I don’t know what it’s like to be told I can’t marry somebody I love and want to marry,” she told The Independent back in 2012. “I can’t imagine how that must feel. I definitely think we should all have the right to love, and love publicly, the people that we want to love.”

'Love Wins' is the slogan associated with SCOTUS's decision to legalize marriage equality in the United-States. Underwood's song is not just about LGBT people, it's about universal love.

“I do think that we as humans are inherently good and we need to remember that,” she told Taste of CountryTaste of Country. “Because we’re different, that doesn’t make somebody else bad, it just makes us different. We wanted that song to be hopeful and to maybe make somebody stop and think about that.”

Whether you consider it an LGBT anthem or not, 'Love Wins' is a beautiful song that will find its place in your playlist.

Discover 'Love Wins' through this video:

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