Carly Pearce Song ‘Dear Miss Loretta’ Makes For Touching Tribute To Late Country Star

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After losing country icon Loretta Lynn, the Carly Pearce song ‘Dear Miss Loretta’ becomes such a beautiful tribute as she sings it at the grand Ole Opry.

On October 4, 2022, country music icon Loretta Lynn died at the age of 90. After decades in the spotlight, Loretta truly left a lasting legacy that will continue to live on.

Now, artists around the world are paying tribute to this legendary artist who paved the way for so many.

"Dear Miss Loretta, I ain’t ever met ya

But I’m lonely tonight and I just betcha

You might have some wisdom to pull off that shelf

Your songs were all fun ’til I lived them myself"

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Carly Pearce Song Becomes Touching Tribute

Carly Pearce is a notable country singer and songwriter. With hits such as ‘Every Little Thing' and ‘I Hope You're Happy Now,' Carly is no stranger to the stage.

In fact, it was one year ago that Carly stepped onto the Grand Ole Opry stage to perform her single, ‘Dear Miss Loretta' from the album 29: Written In Stone.

Now, she's back in the circle for an emotional performance in honor of the late legend.

"I ain’t a coal miner’s daughter but my grandmother was

Must be whiskey in the water, must be bourbon in the blood

I’m a long way from Kentucky but the hurtin’s the same

Now I know why you sang that way"

On Instagram, Carly shared that when she first performed the song, she received an unexpected voicemail from Loretta. "Last night, I shared the recording for the first time in the circle once again right before I sang my song to her, as I honored her life & legacy. I hope this makes you smile, as you hear the essence of just how special this woman is, was and always will be."

Rest in peace, Loretta.

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Revelation 21:4 "And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes; and there shall be no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying, neither shall there be any more pain: for the former things are passed away."

WATCH: Carly Pearce Song ‘Dear Miss Loretta’ At Grand Ole Opry’

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