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MARY RELEASE DATE SET

“Mary you can’t cry for us all, we are just children, sometimes we fall...."  The haunting melody and crisp message of the song ring clear, speaking of the highs and lows of a homeless woman’s life.


DECEMBER 8, 2014 - Roger Cole and Paul Barrere of Better Daze Records have announced the upcoming release of their newest single, MARY, set for release December 15, 2014. The haunting melody and crisp message of the song ring clear, speaking of the highs and lows of a homeless woman’s life.


Cole gained inspiration for the song from a personal experience. When he first moved to Hollywood at the age of 18, Cole met a homeless woman named Mary while looking for his first job. “Day after day I used to try to help her out by bringing her food and such. Seeing each other, getting to know Mary, she told me her story. She had been forgotten about by her family and now lives on the streets. It hit me very hard, so I decided to tell Mary's story - a story that is all too common among our homeless.”


Mary depicts the life of a homeless woman who is searching for a meaning for it all. The piercing chorus leaves listeners with a thought-provoking message: “Mary you can’t cry for us all, we are just children, sometimes we fall, just doing time in the grand illusion.” More information about the new single is available at www.betterdazemusic.com.   


 


~Heather Hawkins, Contributing Writer

 

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