Keith Urban’s hit song “The Fighter” is a duet with Carrie Underwood and is a catchy and upbeat tune that celebrates the strength of love and the power of perseverance. Released in 2016, the song features Carrie Underwood and became a fan favorite, earning numerous award nominations and charting high on multiple music charts. Urban has said in interviews that “The Fighter” is a song about his wife, actress Nicole Kidman.
The song’s lyrics tell the story of a couple who have been through tough times but have stuck together through it all. The chorus, in particular, is an anthem of resilience, with Urban singing, “What if I fall? What if I cry? And if I lose, am I gonna be alright? You’re a fighter, through and through. Baby, you’re a fighter.”
The upbeat melody, combined with Urban and Underwood’s powerful vocals, creates an infectious energy that’s hard to resist. But beyond its catchy beat, “The Fighter” is a reminder that love can be a source of strength and resilience even in the most challenging times.
Overall, “The Fighter” is a testament to the power of love and the importance of standing by the people we care about through thick and thin. It’s a song that resonates with anyone who has faced adversity and come out stronger on the other side.
Urban and Kidman teamed up for a Carpool Karaoke-type version of “The Fighter.”
When the song started, Kidman adorably screamed, “Oh my God, I love this song!”
Urban responded, “Thank goodness!”
Check out the rest of their duet below.