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Faith Hill “Mississippi Girl” Forum Discussions

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    Editor’s Comments – Faith Hill singing, performing “Mississippi Girl” song from this song’s music video presentation

    Containing the Editor’s Comments, public discussions, reviews, etc., written by Editor David E. Ros. The topics can include: the music video; the song’s lyrics; Faith Hill’s presentation; Faith Hill’s performance; Faith Hill and the accompanying band’s presentation; the accompanying band’s performance; and the accompanying music; music score; music composition, etc.

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    Faith Hill singing the “Mississippi Girl” song’s music video is another of Faith Hill’s wonderful, interesting featured singing performances. This “Mississippi Girl” song sung by Faith Hill in the music video is a popular song that can be listened to year-round when desiring joyful, classic Southeast USA, Country music and/or when desiring a good state of Mississippi country music song.

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    B. Faith Hill singing “Mississippi Girl” song’s lyrics

    Artist: Faith Hill
    Album: Faith Hill – The Hits
    Genre: Country, Mississippi Stories
    Initial reference song’s lyrics at: http://www.azlyrics.com/lyrics/faithhill/mississippigirl.html
     
    * The song’s lyrics starting with a “ * ” and ending with a “ * ” are the added and/or modified lyric lines transcribed by Pleasure-House-for-adults.com Editor David E Ros to match the song’s lyric lines of the music video used on this website. The changes are required because sometimes musicians have many versions of sung, performed song’s lyrics from the musician’s various performances. Transcribed song’s lyrics: 6-14-2017; 6-21-2017; 5-31-2018

    The finalized transcribed song’s lyrics are located below the Quick Editor’s Comments and below the partial song’s lyrics at the gold highlight underlined text heading beginning with **.

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    *Quick Editor’s Comments: Beautiful music video with beautiful, joyful sounds!

     
    1. Faith Hill “Mississippi Girl” partial song’s lyrics state:

    *Well it’s a long way from Star, Star, Star, Mississippi*
    *To the, the, the big stage, I’m singing on tonight, tonight, tonight-tonight, tonight-tonight, tonight*
    *And sometimes, the butterflies still get me, me, me-me, me-me, me*
    *When I’m in, in, in the spotlight, spotlight, spotlight, spotlight*

    *And some people seem to think, think, think that I’ve changed, changed, changed*
    *That I’m different, different, different than I was back then, then, then*
    *But in my soul, I know that I’m the same way, way, way*
    *That I’ve really, really, really, really always been, been, been, been*
    *Yeah!*

    *-[Chorus 1:]-*
    *Because a Mississippi girl don’t change her ways*
    Just because everybody knows her name
    *Ain’t big headed from a little bit of fame, fame, fame-fame, fame-fame, fame*

    *Come on!*

    I still like wearing my old ball cap
    *Riding my kids around piggy back*
    *Everybody knows me all around the world, world, world-world, world-world, world, world*
    *But sure, I’m still a Mississippi girl, girl, girl-girl, girl*
     

    Quick Editor’s Comments from David E Ros

    Wonderful music video, wonderful performance and beautiful song concerning Faith Hill’s early life in Star, Mississippi.

    The song’s lyrics go on to explain that she’s still a Mississippi girl and her fame does not change her so easily.

    2. Faith Hill “Mississippi Girl” partial song’s lyrics state:

    *Well, I spent a few weeks in California, California, California*
    *They put my face on the big movie screen, screen, screen*
    *But that don’t mean, I’ve forgotten where I came from, from, from*
    *That’s just me, me, me-me, me-me, me chasing dreams, dreams, dreams, dreams*
    *Oh, yeah!*

    *-[Chorus 2:]-*
    *Because a Mississippi girl don’t change her ways*
    Just because everybody knows her name
    *Ain’t big headed from a little bit of fame, fame, fame-fame, fame-fame, fame, fame*

    I still like wearing my old ball cap
    *Riding my kids around piggy back*
    *Everybody knows me all around the world, world, world-world, world-world, world, world*
    *But sure, I’m still a Mississippi girl, girl, girl-girl, girl*
     

    Quick Editor’s Comments from David E Ros

    Again the song’s lyrics go on to explain that she’s still a Mississippi girl and her fame does not change her so easily. And she has not forgotten where she’s came from while chasing her dreams.

    It’s a good lesson to refresh your memories of what you can remember to use in the present times and in your future life. Last revised: 5-31-2018

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    **Faith Hill – “Mississippi Girl” finalized transcribed song’s lyrics

     

    *-Song’s beginning short Instrumental-*

    *Well it’s a long way from Star, Star, Star, Mississippi*
    *To the, the, the big stage, I’m singing on tonight, tonight, tonight-tonight, tonight-tonight, tonight*
    *And sometimes, the butterflies still get me, me, me-me, me-me, me*
    *When I’m in, in, in the spotlight, spotlight, spotlight, spotlight*

    *And some people seem to think, think, think that I’ve changed, changed, changed*
    *That I’m different, different, different than I was back then, then, then*
    *But in my soul, I know that I’m the same way, way, way*
    *That I’ve really, really, really, really always been, been, been, been*
    *Yeah!*

    *-[Chorus 1:]-*
    *Because a Mississippi girl don’t change her ways*
    Just because everybody knows her name
    *Ain’t big headed from a little bit of fame, fame, fame-fame, fame-fame, fame*

    *Come on!*

    I still like wearing my old ball cap
    *Riding my kids around piggy back*
    *Everybody knows me all around the world, world, world-world, world-world, world, world*
    *But sure, I’m still a Mississippi girl, girl, girl-girl, girl*

    *-Song’s 2nd short Instrumental-*

    *Whew*
    *Whew, whew, whew*
    *Whew, whew, whew*
    *Whew*

    *Whew*
    *Whew, whew, whew*
    *Whew, whew, whew*
    *Whew*

    *Yeah!*

    *Well, I spent a few weeks in California, California, California*
    *They put my face on the big movie screen, screen, screen*
    *But that don’t mean, I’ve forgotten where I came from, from, from*
    *That’s just me, me, me-me, me-me, me chasing dreams, dreams, dreams, dreams*
    *Oh, yeah!*

    *-[Chorus 2:]-*
    *Because a Mississippi girl don’t change her ways*
    Just because everybody knows her name
    *Ain’t big headed from a little bit of fame, fame, fame-fame, fame-fame, fame, fame*

    I still like wearing my old ball cap
    *Riding my kids around piggy back*
    *Everybody knows me all around the world, world, world-world, world-world, world, world*
    *But sure, I’m still a Mississippi girl, girl, girl-girl, girl*

    *-Song’s 3rd short Instrumental-*

    *Whew*
    *Whew, whew, whew*
    *Whew, whew, whew*
    *Whew*

    *Whew*
    *Whew, whew, whew*
    *Whew, whew, whew*
    *Whew*

    *-[Chorus 3:]-*
    *Because a Mississippi girl don’t change her ways*
    Just because everybody knows her name
    *Ain’t big headed from a little bit of fame, fame, fame-fame, fame-fame, fame, fame*

    *I still like wearing my old ball cap*
    *(I still like wearing my old ball cap)*
    *Riding my kids around piggy back*
    *(Riding my kids around piggy back)*
    *Everybody knows me all around, around, around this world, world, world-world, world*
    *That’s alright*
    *But sure, I’m still a Mississippi, Mississippi, Mississippi, Mississippi, Mississippi*
    *(Na-Na)*
    *Girl, Girl, Girl, Girl*
    *(Na-Na-Na)*
    *(Na, na-na-na, Na-Na, na-na-na)*

    *Mississippi girl, girl, girl, girl, girl*
    *(Na-Na, na-na-na)*
    *(Na-Na)*
    *Whew*
    *Whew, whew, whew*
    *Whew, whew, whew*
    *Whew-Whew*
    *Yeah*
    *Yeah, yeah, yeah*
    *Yeah, yeah, yeah*
    *Yeah*
    *(Na-Na, na-na-na)*
    *(Na-Na)*
    *Mississippi girl, girl, girl*
    *(Na-Na, na-na-na)*
    *(Na-Na)*
    *Mississippi girl, girl, girl, girl-girl, girl, girl*
    *(Na-Na, na-na-na)*
    *(Na-Na)*
    *(Na-Na, na-na-na)*
    *(Na-Na)*
    *Girl, Girl, Girl, Girl*
    *Girl, Girl, Girl, Girl*
    *Whew*
    *Whew, whew, whew*
    *Whew, whew, whew*
    *Whew-Whew*

    *Whew*
    *Whew, whew, whew*
    *Whew, whew, whew*
    *Whew-Whew*
    *Girl, Girl, Girl, Girl*
    *(Na-Na, na-na-na)*
    *(Na-Na)*
    *Good Evening*
    *(Na-Na, na-na-na)*
    *(Na-Na)*
    *(Na-Na, na-na-na)*
    *(Na-Na)*
    *(Na-Na)*

    *-Song’s ending very, very short Instrumental-*

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    To view, listen to this enjoyable music video “Mississippi Girl” performed by Faith Hill and the accompanying music, click the following URL link, and scroll down to the YouTube.com music video:
    http://pleasure-house-for-adults.com/?page_id=4673

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    Discussions of Faith Hill singing, performing “Mississippi Girl” song and the use of extended carrying tempo with the singing of a song’s lyrics word in the music video

    Definition and explanation of the act, the art of “singing” courtesy of:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Singing
    Singing is the act of producing musical sounds with the voice and augments regular speech by the use of sustained tonality, rhythm, and a variety of vocal techniques.

    The song’s lyrics of Faith Hill singing “Mississippi Girl” at one point state:

    *-[Chorus 2:]-*
    *Because a Mississippi girl don’t change her ways*
    Just because everybody knows her name
    *Ain’t big headed from a little bit of fame, fame, fame-fame, fame-fame, fame, fame*

    Quick Editor’s Comments from David E Ros:
    The Lord, the owner who is the song’s lyrics writer and music composer are not debatable topics considering the Lord, the owner’s eternities of involvement in music. So in a musical composition the Lord, the owner sets the “tempo pace”, the speed for the extended carrying tempo with the singing of a particular song’s lyrics word which can differ from the song’s overall tempo pace. Here the word “fame” are carried and sung with the extended multiples singing the sung word at the selected, composed tempo pace, speed. The multiple repetitions, extended carrying tempo of a sung word takes a noticeable longer time than when the singular word is sung alone. The tempo pace is noted with the “comma” separations between the multiples of the extended carried tempo’s sung word.

    In this short extended carrying of a sung word in the song’s lyrics *Ain’t big headed from a little bit of fame, fame, fame-fame, fame-fame, fame, fame* is the “fame-fame” lyrics which is placed in the tempo pace of the extended carrying of a sung word’s pace yet produces a different vocal sound. This is because “fame-fame” has a faster singing pace inside the overall tempo pace of the extend carrying of a sung word in the song’s lyrics because of the use of the “hyphen” singing song’s lyrics command.

    Multiple repetitions, extended carrying tempo of a word is a very advance artistic part of singing that adds joyful sounds to the song’s presentation and empathize the extended carried tempo sung word.

    Explanation of “Tempo Measurement” courtesy of:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tempo
    Tempo Measurement:
    While tempo is described or indicated in many different ways, including with a range of words (e.g., “Slowly”, “Adagio” and so on), it is typically measured in beats per minute (bpm or BPM). For example, a tempo of 60 beats per minute signifies one beat per second, while a tempo of 120 beats per minute is twice as rapid, signifying one beat every 0.5 seconds. The note value of a beat will typically be that indicated by the meter signature. For instance, in 4/4 the beat will be a crotchet or quarter note.

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    To view, listen to this enjoyable music video “Mississippi Girl” performed by Faith Hill and the accompanying music, click the following URL link, and scroll down to the YouTube.com music video:
    http://pleasure-house-for-adults.com/?page_id=4673

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    Additional Faith Hill resources available online the internet through these quick access URL links

    See the Faith Hill official website at: http://www.faithhill.com/

    See more Faith Hill music videos at: https://www.youtube.com/user/faithhill/videos?disable_polymer=1

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    I will add more discussions of Faith Hill singing, performance of “Mississippi Girl” song’s music video including discussions on “Mississippi Girl” lyrics, etc., when I have time available.

    To view, listen to this enjoyable music video “Mississippi Girl” performed by Faith Hill and the accompanying music, click the following URL link, and scroll down to the YouTube.com music video:
    http://pleasure-house-for-adults.com/?page_id=4673

    David E Ros
    Editor, Music Lover and Webmaster Owner
    Published on: Jun 2, 2018 @ 10:44 at Editor’s Comments
    Revised: 6-3-2018; 6-5-2018; 6-14-2018; 6-16-2018; 6-27-2018
    Published on: Jun 2, 2018 @ 18:18 at Forum

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