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Danielle Bradbery: The Heart of Dixie Meaning

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Song Released: 2013

The Heart of Dixie Lyrics

She had a dead-end job at the National Bank
And a deadbeat husband who always drank
So when he didn't come home she had the gin to thank
For the tears in her eyes
So Dixie packed up and said her goodbyes

She went driving so far away...

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    Most ‘The Heart of Dixie’ by Danielle Bradberry review articles emphasize her distinct performance in the single. He was definitely in her best elements, accompanied by fiddle guitars, accordions, mandolins, and banjos. The track features a sense of elegance.
    The song tells a story of a scorned woman who went through the perils of a dead-end job while she deals at the same time with her alcoholic husband. Such setbacks prompted her to leave her hometown to find greener pastures and a new life elsewhere. Thus, the song reflects a modern story. It does not surprise anyone that a visually emotional music video accompanied it.
    By the end of the day, most music critics commend Bradberry’s record label for putting her into a song that sounds different instead of sounding more contemporary. The timeless arrangement helped further accentuate her powerful vocal delivery. It showcases her at her best elements as a performer.
    Bradberry should be admired for having the guts and succeed in singing a song that reflects the life of someone who could be twice her actual age. Thus, her followers should be excited to anticipate what’s next to be heard.

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