The Locket

Album: Wildflower (2011)
  • This tearjerker is about a granddaughter writing her beloved Alzheimer's stricken grandmother's story. Country music singer-songwriter Mallary Hope wrote the song; the Cohutta, Georgia native also has a writing credit on the opening track of the album, "Georgia Peaches." Alaina says the song reminds her of the movie The Notebook.
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