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Album Review

Positive Elements

Spiritual Content

Sexual Content

Violent Content

Crude or Profane Language

Drug and Alcohol Content

Other Negative Elements

Conclusion

Pro-social Content

Hill tells her partner (presumably husband Tim McGraw) that, when times are hard, she appreciates his strength and support ("You Give Me Love"). On "Love Ain't Like That, "she tries to define love by stating what it's not (we can't buy it, trade it in, gamble for it, plan it, etc.). "Better Days" pledges to see a hurting individual through to a brighter tomorrow. In separate acts of self-respect, the singer decides she's tired of being walked on by a man ("The Hard Way"), and stops acting and dressing like someone she's not just to impress a guy ("Me"). "Somebody Stand By Me" asks for God's help amidst pain. Energetic love songs include "Just to Hear You Say That You Love Me," "This Kiss" and "I Love You."

Objectionable Content

A bartender and two patrons discuss "The Secret of Life," but reach empty conclusions.

Summary Advisory

Hill's strong, yet feminine, vocals inject these messages with a winning blend of passion and sweetness. It shouldn't be hard for families to navigate Faith's lone caveat. Overall, a fine collection.

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