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Lucy Dacus is launching a new holiday-themed song series to celebrate Valentine’s, Independence Day, Springsteen’s birthday and more

She kicks off with a cover of Edith Piaf’s ‘La Vie En Rose’.
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Published: 9:27 pm, January 31, 2019Words: Sam Taylor.
Lucy Dacus is launching a new holiday-themed song series to celebrate Valentine’s, Independence Day, Springsteen’s birthday and more

Lucy Dacus has announced a new holiday-themed song series.

The tracks - which kick off with a cover of Edith Piaf’s ‘La Vie En Rose’ to celebrate Valentine’s - will land throughout the year to honour Taurus season and US Mother’s Day, American Independence Day, Springsteen’s Birthday, Halloween, Christmas, and New Year’s.

“From the first time I heard it, I thought ‘La Vie En Rose’ was a perfect song,” she explains. “Hearing it, I knew that, one day, I would fall in love,” says Dacus, adding “I want someone to listen to this while running at top speed to the doorstep of the person they adore, ready to profess their deep, undying love. (PS, there’s a longer story about singing this song as a duet with my middle school janitor, but it is not concise).”

Check out the cover below.

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