A Baby Changes Everything Lyrics – Faith Hill

A Baby Changes Everything Lyrics – Faith Hill

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I’ve recently wrote about Naomi Watts who gave birth to her second baby. She had to stop her career and devote herself to motherhood when she had her first boy. And now, when she has two sons she doesn’t even know when she’ll go back to work again. A baby changes everything in every woman’s life, but a teenage girl who got pregnant, who has no husband faces real problems. All her plans don’t matter anymore, she is depressed, she cries and doesn’t know what to do and where to go. This is what Faith Hill sings about in her recent song “A Baby Changes Everything”. The single was released in September 2008. A very beautiful song. The song is actually about Mary, mother of Jesus, but it has some incompleteness, so that one may think, this song has two senses – a religious one and the one related to the real life. The double sense makes every song even more interesting and lets one think.

Faith Hill – A Baby Changes Everything Wong Words

Teenage girl, much too young
Unprepared for what’s to come
A baby changes everything
Not a ring
On her hand
All her dreams and all her plans
A baby changes everything
A baby changes everything
The man she loves she’s never touched
How will she keep his trust
A baby changes everything
A baby changes everything
And she cries ouuh she cries
Ouuuaah

She has to leave go far away
Heaven knows she can’t stay
A baby changes everything
She can feel it’s coming soon
There’s no place, there’s no room
A baby changes everything
A baby changes everything
And she cries
And she cries
Ouuh she cries

Song words are provided by Geniusbeauty.com
Shepherds all (Shepherds all) gather ’round (they gather ’round)
Up above the star shines down
A baby changes everything
Choir of angels say
Glory to the newborn king
A baby changes everything
A baby changes everything
Everything, everything, everything
Hallelujah (Hallelujah)
Hallelujah (Hallelujah)
Hallelujah (Hallelujah)
Hallelujah (Hallelujah)
My whole life is turned around
I was lost and now I’m found
A baby changes everything
A baby changes everything

9 COMMENTS

  1. Sorry to disagree with you, but it’s not just a story about a pregnant and unwed teenager. The song comes from Faith Hill’s latest Christmas album, Joy to the World. This song was co-written by a minister, and is about the journey Mary, mother of Jesus, went through. Thus..

    “the man she loves she’s never touched” – Joseph/the virgin birth

    “she has to leave, go far away” – the journey to bethlaham

    Plus the obvious religious references towards the end of the song.

  2. I agree with both of you jesus is the baby who changes everything but it was also about mary who took the burden of being one who was gone and came back pregnet so she took the burden of being not trusted that she had been with another man and if you were there and leaving and coming back going to give birth to a child not knowing how to explain this to your own family that would be alittle hard don’t you think

  3. Of course it is ultimately about the birth of Jesus. Yet hearing the lead in without knowing the end, (I think intentionally) makes it sound like it could be about every scared, young unwed mother. I work at a community center, and know that so many people – even those who claim to be Christians, STILL look down on young women who find themselves pregnant yet choose to have the child. There is a tendency to judge and think “welfare mother” “teen slacker child” “crack baby” or “born of sin” When Jesus tells us to welcome the stranger, care for the poor, love the sinner and love the lonely and unloved. It reminds us that love came down in the most fragile form and the most meager of circumstances. We should remember to welcome people like this, because when we do, we welcome Christ.

  4. Great song. It does however mistakenly imply something that many people assume (as seen in the previous comments) which is that Mary was pregnant and not married. Mary was NOT an unwed teen mom and especially not a sexually active one. If educated on the Jewish traditions and procedures of that time, it is quite clear that Mary and Joseph’s betrothal was a legal marriage. A betrothal was NOT a modern engagement. A betrothal was the 1st stage of the 2 stage marriage where they are legally husband and wife however the woman lives with her parents for up to a year before moving in with her husband. Jesus was conceived of a virgin and Joseph WAS legally his father and Mary’s husband. This has nothing to do with defending or condemning unwed pregnant girls, Jesus was not an illegitimate child. Sex outside of marriage has always been clearly against God’s will so using his own Son’s birth to defend it is completely misguided and defiant.

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