A new Carrie Underwood song may once again find her lingering in the memory of an ex-lover. "Give Her That" drops Friday (Aug. 11) ahead of the deluxe version of her Denim & Rhinestones album.

  • The deluxe version of Denim & Rhinestones drops Sept. 22 and features six new songs.
  • She's already shared two of those new songs, "Take Me Out" and her radio single, "Out of That Truck."
  • On Sept. 10, Underwood returns to open Sunday Night Football on NBC.

Related: Carrie Underwood Reveals Track List for Deluxe Denim & Rhinestones Album

She shared the news on social media on Thursday (Aug. 11), adding video from the studio to amplify excitement.

"And that's a fact / She's probably perfect / In every way / I'll give her that," she sings in one clip.

The second social clip only offers what could be the closing line of each chorus.

Two song lyric websites have what they say is the lyrics to "Give Her That," and both describe a woman reminding a man of all the things he gave her first. Genius refers to his mama's necklace and "wild summer nights where I learned all your secrets" and AZLyrics adds a line about an "Old school Skynyrd tee that I still sleep in."

The lyrics for the song have not been released officially, but if accurate, "Give Her That" shows Underwood's full commitment to a more subtle, but still deeply personal form of revenge on a lover.

The mother of two is no longer smashing headlights and carving up leather seats. Instead, she's planting a seed of poison in the mind of a man who did her wrong, then stepping back to watch it sprout.

The other three unreleased songs from the deluxe album are "Drunk and Hungover," "Damage" and "She Don't Know" (live from the Denim & Rhinestones Tour).

35 Great Country Cheating Songs, Ranked

When your partner's not being faithful — or when you're the one doing the cheating — country music has the perfect song for you. Cheating songs are a time-honored trope throughout the genre's history, and there are just as many great newer songs about stepping out on your significant other. Here are our 35 favorites.

Most Popular Country Album From the Year You Were Born

Find out which country singer dominated on this list of the most popular albums from the year you were born or graduated high school.

This list is based on sales date from the Soundscan era (1991 to 2022) and total weeks spent atop Billboard's Hot Country Albums chart (1964-1990).

In 1999, Shania Twain's Come on Over album became the first to top the year-end chart in back-to-back years, but that feat has been done four times since, most recently in 2022. Which country album defined your childhood? Scroll down to find out.

More From AM 950 KOEL