Faith Hill is getting ready to release her first new single in two years. The song is called "Mississippi Girl" and it's expected to be on the radio sometime the week of May 9. It'll be the first song from Faith's sixth album, the upcoming Fireflies, and is described as an autobiographical tune. "Music is, and always should be, about evoking an emotion or expressing a passion or feeling," said Faith, "and this song does just that for me. Faith added that she tells people to "listen to what I sing, rather than to what I say. I hope my fans enjoy listening to it as much as I enjoy singing it." Starting May 10, Faith's fans can download a free, timed-out version of "Mississippi Girl" from their local radio station website. The download will be available through May 23, and after that the song can be purchased at any digital music retailer.


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