Rising country songstress and cowgirl Jenna Paulette is shedding past woes and heartbreaks, replacing them instead with an excited sense of anticipation for a future yet to come. The carefree, wistful love detailed in her latest song, “Anywhere the Wind Blows,” serves as a testament to how far she’s come – and how far she plans to go. Listen to “Anywhere the Wind Blows” HERE. “Anywhere the Wind Blows,” written by Paulette alongside ACM Songwriter of the Decade Rhett Akins and producer/songwriters Will Bundy and Jeb Gipson, is the latest off her upcoming debut album The Girl I Was. The project was inspired by one of Paulette’s favorite childhood memories of selling cattle with her grandfather as a young girl. It’s where she first recognized her love of being a cowgirl and felt most true to herself. Realizing how disconnected she had become from who she once was throughout the course of a ten year relationship, The Girl I Was follows her soul-searching journey – and finds Paulette re-emerging stronger and more confident than ever before as she rediscovers that child-like joy she had long since lost. Pre-save The Girl I Was, available March 31 HERE. “This song is about letting go of the things that weighed me down and into what God has for me,” Paulette shared. “I have so much hope for my future right now– everything I thought I could never have is working out just fine and I feel so light and ready for the adventure ahead.” Recently named Apple Music’s March Country Riser of the Month, Paulette’s first episode on “The Ward Guenther Show” will be available to stream on Apple Music today at 3pm CT HERE.