2 country songs for placement

Song 1

Genre: country | Duration: 4:33 | Tempo: slow | Theme: encouragement for the persevering | Placement with female country music artist.

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Song 1 Lyric excerpt: “Seen you struggle and struggle and fight the tide, and I was with you when you made it through the bumpy ride and I…didn’t feel you breathing. And when you thought you were alone and begged for life, I was by your side through your darkest night and I…I’ll never leave you.”

Song 2

Genre: gospel country | Duration: 3:00 | Tempo: mid | Theme: struggle to triumph celebration song | Placement with country music artist.

Lyric sample:
Song 2 Lyric excerpt: “I broke the chains and then kicked down the walls…hands to the sky and on The Father called. He said dry your eyes my child and don’t you worry. In the Father’s name, yeah there’s hope for all.”

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