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Maddie & Tae – Fly acapella


"Fly" is a song recorded by American country music duo Maddie & Tae. It was released in January 2015 as the second single from their debut studio album, Start Here.

The song is an inspirational song primarily backed by acoustic instruments and by a prominent fiddle and it's in the key of F major. The song is in strong contrast with the duo's previous single "Girl in a Country Song": while the latter used irony and satire to criticize Nashville’s emphasis on dated and exploitive female stereotypes, "Fly" delivers a sincere narrative account of a girl striving for success.
Lenght: 4:11
Bitrate: 320 kb/s
Downloads: 180

The song has received positive reviews from music critics: Taste of Country gave "Fly" a positive review, saying it is "a meaningful ballad that showcases their full, unique harmonies". Tammy Ragus of Country Weekly rated it A-, saying that "while the subject matter is hardly a new concept for country music, the arrangement is unique in that it is both urgent and tender. And the impeccable and seamless harmonies…give 'Fly' an innocent yet anthemic feel." Got Country Online rated the song four stars out of five, saying that "the lyrics are notably motivational and inspiring and may be exactly the message our younger generation of listeners need right now". Ben Foster of Country Universe gave the song a B+ grade, praising the girls' vocal delivery and the song's production. He also thought that "the hook “You can learn to fly on the way down” ... is a beautiful encapsulation of the song’s central point that one should not be deterred by fear of failure".
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