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The Real Thing

by Mary Kaye

On this album are many of the first songs that Mary Kaye wrote, some of which were recorded in Nashville. Fans agree that these 13 songs about faith, friends, and family is a must have for anyone who loves Mary Kaye's music.
Genre: Country: Americana
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  Song Share Time Download
1. The Real Thing
2:51 $0.99
2. Ready for Answers
3:20 $0.99
3. Favorite Fire
3:54 $0.99
4. Priceless
3:19 $0.99
5. I See a Good Man
4:12 $0.99
6. Better as a Butterfly
2:27 $0.99
7. It's Never Too Late
4:28 $0.99
8. She Is a Deep River
3:41 $0.99
9. God Is in the Roses
3:19 $0.99
10. Home Sweet Home
2:18 $0.99
11. A Mother's Prayer
4:40 $0.99
12. My Little Princess
2:36 $0.99
13. Worth Waiting For
4:45 $0.99
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Album Notes
1. The Real Thing (Mary Kaye, Don’t Fence Me In Records, BMI) This song, with its bare-bones guitar and vocals, is a tribute to my hubby, Brad. A French tourist, after hearing it, commented, “Now I know why you have 10 kids!”
2. Ready for Answers (Mary Kaye, Don’t Fence Me In Records, BMI) To include the listener in the studio experience I opened and closed this song with the banter between the guitar player and bass player. Why? Because it’s “Cool.”
3. Favorite Fire (Mary Kaye, Don’t Fence Me In Records, BMI) The Nashville players really nailed the emotion of this song...
attraction, need, and desire...all facets of my 24 year marriage.
4. Priceless (Mary Kaye, Don’t Fence Me In Records, BMI) I wanted to express in song the kind of joy and peace my family brings to me and our reliance on Gods good grace to see us through each day.
5. I See a Good Man (Mary Kaye, Don’t Fence Me In Records, BMI) Forget Super Heroes and Super Stars...the men who live their lives every day for “their children and their wife,” are the real heroes.
6. Better As a Butterfly (Mary Kaye, Don’t Fence Me In Records, BMI) Written for my very beautiful oldest daughter from a line in a poem by Carol Lynne Pearson, "Oh safe cannot compare to sky...I like so much better as a butterfly."
7. It’s Never Too Late (Mary Kaye, Don’t Fence Me In Records, BMI) Inspired by a church bulletin board and made heavenly by fine fiddle playing of Glen Duncan. This is a very stirring song. It really is, never too late.
8. She is a Deep River (Mary Kaye, Don’t Fence Me In Records, BMI) My life is rich in estrogen-powered, deepthinking, fun-loving women. This song is my tribute to them. Thanks, girlfriends.
9. God is in the Roses (Mary Kaye, Don’t Fence Me In Records, BMI) Writing this song was one of the most profound spiritual experiences of my life. God is not only in the roses...He is in this song.
10. Home Sweet Home (Mary Kaye, Don’t Fence Me In Records, BMI) This tune really showcases the talent and skill of guitarist, Michael Dowdle. It is about the place I love the most, my home.
11. A Mother’s Prayer (Mary Kaye, Don’t Fence Me In Records, BMI) I feel God’s love for my children when I pray for them. I honestly do feel angels hovering near. It is hard to match the power of a mother’s prayer.
12. My Little Princess (Mary Kaye, Don’t Fence Me In Records, BMI)...Inspired by the 6 little princess’s that reign over my
heart and keep the upstairs of our home in a constant state of disarray.
13. Worth Waiting For (Mary Kaye, Don’t Fence Me In Records, BMI) Pianist, Brent Boylan, gave this
song its soul with his thoughtful arrangement. The women in the song are all real friends of mine.



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