When Jamie O'Neal gave birth to her daughter, her entire life changed. Her love for her daughter influenced the direction of her music, and she expressed her passion for writing and recording songs about family.
One such song was her 2005 hit "Somebody's Hero," which O'Neal co-wrote. On the CD cover for the single, O'Neal wrote about how having her daughter made her see the role of mothers in a whole new light:
"When you have a baby you start thinking about your own relationship with your mother, and when you were little, how much you looked up to her. Then you move to, 'Gosh, my baby looks up to me so much. I don't want to let her down. I want to be a hero to her."
The song shows how children of any age admire and respect their mothers as heroes in their life, as O'Neal sings "Her daughters' starin' at all the photographs/Of her mother, and she wishes she could be like that."
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