You want women and your daughters to grow up expecting a certain amount of respect in their lives and not settling for anything less than that.I think that starts at home and I think that starts in the way you speak to them and speak to one another and the confidence you give them to go out in life, and I think this song really puts a spotlight on it.” “That’s how you talk to a woman / That’s how you speak to a girl / that’s how you get with a lady whose worth more than anything in your whole world / You gotta respect your mama / respect the hell out of her / ’Cause that’s how you talk to a woman / that’s how you speak to a girl,” “Speak to a Girl,” written by Shy Carter, Dave Gibson and Joe Spargur, marks Faith’s first return to radio since 2014’s “Meanwhile Back at Mama’s,” also a duet with Tim.Being back in the studio together meant the world to the couple. “It was so much fun.” “You can hear that on the record too, you can hear it in her voice,” adds Tim.“First of all, we all know it begins and ends with a song,” continues Faith.
Subsequent verses recall Lynn's other childhood experiences and hardships, such as her mother reading the Bible by a coal-oil light or having bloody fingers from constantly doing the laundry using an abrasive "warsh"board (this pronunciation was reflective of her Appalachian Kentucky roots), ordering shoes from a mail-order catalog, and working so hard every day that everyone slept because "they were tired." In the song's final verse, the now-adult Lynn returns to her homestead, which has since been abandoned ("Not much left but the floor; nothing lives here anymore ...").After watching the movie Like a Country Song, I still can't get my mind off, of the feel-good country music that works like a perfect plot device in the story.What's perfect is that I live in a place where music is everything in Nashville. Music is a very powerful device that can trigger either good or bad emotions in a person.It’s up to the bride and mother how much attention they wish to have with mother daughter songs."Coal Miner's Daughter" is an autobiographical 1969 country music song written and performed by Loretta Lynn.