UPDATE: At the End of the Day, Lord, I Pray I Have a Life That’s Good

On a recent episode of the ABC series “Nashville,” sisters Lennon and Maisy Stella (ages 14 and nine) sang an original song called “A Life That’s Good.”

It’s sung from the point of view of a person who is hoping to make the right choices in life and be blessed with good things along the way. The innocence of the Stellas’ voices and their natural harmonies make it a beautiful and reflective performance.

Here’s a video of Lennon and Maisy singing “A Life That’s Good” at the Opry.

UPDATE: The cast of “Nashville” and some of its songwriters recently performed “A Life That’s Good” at the Ryman. It was another excellent version of the song, made even better by the abundance of harmonies. Here are Sarah Siskind (songwriter), Ashley Monroe (songwriter), Hayden Panettiere, Charles Esten, Jonathan Jackson, Sam Palladio, Clare Bowen, Aubrey Peeples, Chris Carmack, Chaley Rose, and Will Chase.

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