Country singers Carrie Underwood and Brad Paisley are known for their comedic turn as the reigning CMA Award hosts for the last seven years, and it looks like their sense of humor extends beyond the hosting gig.

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Underwood and Paisley may be involve in a current legal dispute with songwriter Amy Bowen, but they sure aren't let it get to them. Teaming up for High Life off Paisley's new album Moonshine in the Trunk, the pair sing a few lines alluding to their situation.

"I heard a song a couple months ago/ It was Carrie Underwood on the radio/It reminded me of a poem my brother wrote/ Back in the second grade/ Now I know she didn't steal it, but so what? /We lawyered up and we sued her butt/ These days we figure we'd pretty much/ Get paid to go away," sing the pair in High Life.

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According to College News on Sunday, the High Life lyrics refer to Bloom's $10 million lawsuit against Paisley for his first collaboration with Underwood Remind Me off the 2011 This Is Country Music album. Bloom claimed that Paisley, along with writers Chris Dubois and Kelley Lovelace, stole her song of the same name. Bowen presented her version of the song during a songwriting workshop in 2008 where DuBois and Lovelace were consulting as professionals on the writing panel.

The case will be headed to trial soon, though a date has yet to be set. Both Paisley and Underwood maintain that the allegations are false.

Moonshine in the Trunk is scheduled to be released August 26.