Great songThe theme is it! The recording is a really good sound recording. The lyrics take you into a story. The tempo is perfect for Christian country music. People should just praise God for all things and your songs leads them into it!
Mommy, Where's My DaddyYes indeed, What a lovely song and you have been very clever with the use of the children within it, and that in its self is a bonus because people love to involve their children as much as possible, getting them to perform along with daddy what a really really nice idea. I love the melody it lingers in one's mind making it almost addictive in a sense, addictive melodies can launch you into orbit and take you to the very top of your career and make you a household name so to speak, a great example of this if you will recall when Kris Kristofferson song "one day at a time" took off really well for him, but of course he was well known before this anyway, but even so I believe this is what most of us should aspire for, to try and find a catchy addictive melody and then build your lyrics around it. I wish you the very best of luck with your new song Mommy, Where's My Daddy, you never know maybe one of these days it might appear on the radio, now that would be awesome for you. I would imagine you have spent many hours composing the music for it and more time putting the lyrics for it together, then add to all of this teaching the children their parts in this lovely song.
In MY OpinionGreetings, Thank you for choosing me to review your work, I count it an honor to be included in such a task. My hat is off to you and anyone willing to step out and share their gift, talent and love of music to the public. Be it a musician, singer, song writer, actor and so-on. I myself, via 40 some years of experience in the fields, on the road, in the studio, radio, TV, video, and management, consider myself to be a seasoned musician, singer, song writer, studio-sound tech/engineer/ owner/operator, stage manager, find it sometimes hard/difficult and perhaps not even fair to sit in a seat, voicing My Opinion concerning another's creative efforts. Especially in certain genres of music I am not all that familiar with concerning very important elements that make up and meet the required standards to justify the various levels of ratings and grades. So, in saying ALL that, I will limit myself to MY Opinion concerning the quality of the work according to My ears, and the standards I have been familiarized with thru-out the years. I hold to the old - saying " Beauty Is In The EAR of The Beholder ... LOL. The sound quality of the recording over-all is very crisp and bright and clear, I really enjoyed the message in this song. I also like the vintage older country music sound, the way it use to sound. Think about a music solo break to step away from vocals for a short period in future works. Vocals are smooth and natural, sort of - down to earth as they say, and extremely peaceful. The mix levels let me know who was still in charge of this song. Very easy to sit back and listen to. I mean no offense in any part, I myself take all feedback and use it as a tool toward my next project. I pray you feel the same way. Either way, I say to you, keep doing what you do, keep kicking and enjoying what you do. I tell folks all the time for many years. When it stops being FUN, then it's time to stop, and stand back and think about what we are doing, why we are doing it, how we are doing it, what we and others are getting out it. Is it what we want, and how we want it. IF NOT. what are willing to do from there? Thank you again for asking MY OPINION. Johnny
Midwest country musicIf u cut a couple of grammar codes u wont have to force lyrics in and rush through longer parts...besides thats country you are over enunciating some words ...the kid in the somg and subject matter was interesting...if u take the word Jesus out the few times its mentioned it would be a regular honky talk song...