Taylor Swift's new album, Lover, has a contribution from the Dixie Chicks

The Texas trio adds harmony vocals to the chorus of "Soon You'll Get Better," a song Swift co-wrote about her mother's battle with cancer. Martie Maguire plays violin on the track, and Natalie Maines echoes Swift on the lines “Who am I s’posed to talk to? / What am I s’posed to do? / If there’s no you."

In the song, Swift sings, “In doctor’s office lighting, I didn’t tell you I was scared...Desperate people find faith, so now I pray to Jesus, too.”

In an essay for Elle in March, Taylor revealed that her mother's cancer had returned. That is what inspired this beautiful song.

 
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