ENID, Okla. – An Oklahoma country music star is responding after a local school district used her song to start their day.
Country music star Carrie Underwood has had several hit singles throughout her career, and she is also the voice behind the NFL’s Sunday Night Football theme song.
During the Super Bowl, Underwood premiered her new song, ‘The Champion.’
After its debut, the song was downloaded 16,000 times, and it seems to have caught the attention of a group of elementary school children in the Sooner State.
Scott Allen, the principal at Monroe Elementary in Enid, tweeted a video of the elementary students singing a part of Carrie Underwood’s new song.
“I’ve been working my whole life, and now it’s do or die. I am invincible, unbreakable, unstoppable, unshakable. They knock me down, I get up again. I am the champion. You’re gonna know my name. You can’t hurt me now, I can’t feel the pain. I was made for this, I was born to win. I am the champion.”
Allen posted the video and asked others to share it so that Underwood would know how much her song has inspired his students.
“Wow, so great to see how you start your day- thank you!! #okieschoolsrock #TheChampion,” Underwood tweeted.