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Mallary Hope’s new seasonal single: “Christmas Is All About You”

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Hope's new Christmas song is her best yet.

After releasing two really good Christmas tunes last year, Mallary Hope is back with another. The singer/songwriter just released a three-track Christmas single, Christmas Is All about You. Along with the brand new title track, the CD includes her two previously released Christmas songs: “Just A Baby (Mary’s Song)” and “Mary, Did You Know?

Just as the previous songs are addressed to the Blessed Mother, Hope sings “Christmas Is All About You,” directly to Jesus. The lyrics invite the listener to put the worldly holiday madness on hold for a moment and reflect on the deeper meaning behind the Nativity.

Along with the release of her third holiday song, Mallary is preparing to drop the first single off her next album, titled “Me.” The work was inspired from her own desire to abandon the pursuit of perfection. Of the new single, she said:

“I wrote ‘Me’ with the hopes that it could inspire everyone all over the world to see the beauty in who God created them to be,” said Hope. “It’s a special reminder (even for myself), that I don’t have to change who I am or conform to the world to fit in. I am loved and am enough just the way I am.”

If you’re interested in hearing some of her other Christmas songs, here is “Mary, Did You Know?”:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BJO62xEqzz8

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