Country singer Carrie Underwood was touched yesterday when her CMA cohost Brad Paisley wrote a song about her. The only catch was that she wasn't the only woman he told that to.

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"My sweet cohost @bradpaisley just sent me this song & said it's about me! Awww! Check it out," tweeted Underwood yesterday, including a link to a teaser for Brad Paisley's Moonshine In The Trunk off his new Cover Girl album.

Apparently Paisley sent the song and similar claims to talk show host and comedienne Joan Rivers, actress Olivia Munn, fellow Rising Star judge and singer Kesha, and his wife Kim Williams-Paisley.

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It seems that Williams-Paisley was the first to notice that she wasn't the only "inspiration" for her hubby's song, because shortly after bragging about the song on Twitter she tweeted a blunt realization, "Um." How'd she take it? She soon tried to get Paisley on the phone.

Paisley declined the call, posting a photo of his phone screen on Twitter.

"PICK. UP. I know it's ringing. I follow you on twitter, you bafoon," his wife tweeted moments later.

Underwood has not yet commented on the Paisley's possible prank, or use of multiple muses, but the singer likely took the incident in stride. She and Paisley were known for their rapport during their time hosting the CMAs, joking around on stage and having a generally good time.