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troubled Country singer Mindy McCready just days before suicide.
it hasn't been officially released, McCready posted a YouTube video of
"I'll See You Yesterday" with a tribute video to her boyfriend David
Wilson, who died a month before at the same Arkansas home.
first heard Dashe perform the song at a writer's night at Hotel Indigo
years earlier and wanted to record it. McCready and Dashe wrote together
several times after that, but "I'll See You Yesterday" was never
Dashe finally heard McCready singing her song on the YouTube video on Saturday. The next day, she learned of McCready's death.
wrote the song out of a place of hope, and moving on from a failed
relationship. She hopes now it will serve as a song of hope for people
struggling with depression or contemplating suicide.
Tuesday, Dashe joined Tennessee Mornings to perform "I'll See You Yesterday".
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