Francesca Battistelli, Hundred More Years
By Cameron Conant, contributing writer, www.watchgmctv.com
The third full-length album from Francesca Battistelli saves the best for last: “Hundred More Years,” the title track and final song on the album, is a gorgeous meditation on life’s fleeting moments and our desire to see them last forever, or for a hundred years as the case might be. While the song is conceptually far from groundbreaking – it’s a mash-up of Five for Fighting’s “100 Years” and Steven Curtis Chapman’s “Cinderella” (and sounds like an Andrew Peterson tune) – it’s a wonderful ballad, and a song that immediately suggests multiple listens.
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