Becky Wright

Becky Wright

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Pop - Religious | Tahlequah, Oklahoma, United States
Total Song Plays: 2,004   
Member Since: 2006
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Song Description

Recorded with top Nashville musicians, who've played with Wynonna, Big & Rich, Keith Urban, and others. Produced by Robert Jason, whose credits include Reba McEntire, Barry White, Oak Ridge Boys, Disney, Coca-Cola, others. Great production for a GREAT and

Story Behind the Song

See "short description"--- desiring to help place more kids in loving, "forever families", especially children in permanent foster care in the USA who are still waiting to be adopted. Also NEED more foster homes, in every state in the USA. This song & acc

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[Vs. 1]
I've been called just a number, a faceless soul with no name
I've been called the forgotten child, a heartbreak, a pity, a shame
But I still dream I'll find my forever family
And my heart screams who I want to be.

Call me loved____ Call me chosen and cherished;
An answer to prayer, a breath of fresh air
And just the one you need.
Call me loved___ Call me wanted and treasured;
Call me precious, call me yours....
Call me loved.

[Vs. 2]
Some have called me an orphan, a child with no place to belong;
Destined for greatness, a future secure; but somewhere, something went wrong.
But love can work a wonder, finding blessings in disguise;
And you might see your future in my eyes.


Song Length
Pop - Easy Listening, Country - Contemporary
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Engaging, Poignant

Subject Matter
Hope, Love for Child

Similar Artists
Jewel, Linda Ronstadt
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Becky Wright
Music Credits Becky Wright
Producer Credits Robert Jason
Publisher Credits Becky Wright Songs, ASCAP
Performance Credits Becky Wright
Label Credits Becky Wright Songs, Robert Jason Productions