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Marie Miller has a tall order but admits it’s up to God

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Her new second single is a wholesome tune that is light of heart

“A great melody and heartfelt lyrics are essential. I think that means writing a lot of not so great songs before you write a great one.” – Marie Miller

This is a very cute song — a prayer that God might bring her true love into Marie Miller’s life, no matter what he looks like. It is interesting how she changes her lyrics between verses. Each time she describes her dream guy with different looks, giving greater emphasis to the message that she is open to whatever God wills.

With a pleasant melody and a catchy hook, Miller accomplishes what most cannot: the construction of a love tune that focuses on marriage and love, rather than baser instincts. It’s Christian themes make it a wholesome song that would be at home on a wedding dance floor.

You can see Miller’s development as a musician from her last single “You’re Not Alone”. Her primary melody is more defined and memorable, while her chorus hook has more complicated with fluid lyrics. We can’t wait to hear what she comes up with next.

-Jack Mauro

Song: 6'2 | Singer: Marie Miller

Marie Miller

Born in: Dallas, Texas (USA)

Lives in: Washington, DC

Latest Album: You Are Not Alone (2013)

Interesting Fact: She plays the mandolin, guitar, piano with the bouzouki, an instrument of Greek origin suitable for folk music. The single “You’re Not Alone” has been downloaded more than 100,000 times on Amazon. In September 2015, she sang for Pope Francis at the Festival of Families in Philadelphia, in front of 750,000 people.
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