“I said, ‘If we can’t think what the chords are, then there probably aren’t any. He ran it through a series of effects and some heavy reverb, and Urban churned out a glittery cascade of notes.
They tried to replace it later, but nothing topped it.“I didn’t even realize that it was a guitar making that sound at first,” Underwood notes.
“I thought it was some kind of synth thing happening, but it certainly sounds cool.”“The Fighter” did not have a bridge when Urban and busbee left London, but they put one together over a couple of writing sessions later in Los Angeles.
The melody came first, and it was tailored specifically to Underwood’s range.“I remember grabbing a couple songs of hers off i Tunes and listening to them quickly and looking for a song that was in the same key we were in to see if this was going to be something that really fit her vocal register,” Urban says.
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 heard Charlie Puth’s duet with Meghan Trainor, “Marvin Gaye,” and the male/female combination intrigued him."I thought Id love to write a duet that is more of the girl asking something and the guy answering," says Urban.
"As you step off that stage, you're pretty much alone," revealed the 26-year-old singer, who is currently dating hockey player Mike Fisher.
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Keith Urban’s duet with Carrie Underwood, “The Fighter,” was so clearly a hit from the first listen that it made measurable waves before it ever became a single.
Following the May 6, 2016, release of Urban’s , heavy sales and streaming activity and light airplay vaulted “The Fighter” to No.