Reba McEntire Shares ‘Somehow You Do’ From ‘Four Good Days’

Country legend Reba McEntire has dropped “Somehow You Do”, the theme song of Four Good Days, the mother-daughter drama starring Glenn Close and Mila Kunis.

“When you think it’s the end of the road / It’s just ’cause you don’t know where the road’s leading to,” McEntire sings in the chorus. “When you think that the mountain’s too high and the ocean’s too wide / And you’ll never get through / Some way, somehow / Somehow you do.”

The song was written by Diane Warren, who previously wrote McEntire’s hits “What If?” and “I’ll Be,” and produced by Tony Brown.

“I was honored to be asked to sing the theme song for the new Glenn Close and Mila Kunis ‘moving and powerful’ movie, Four Good Days – in theaters April 30. It was written by the amazing Diane Warren who also wrote my songs ‘I’ll Be’ and ‘What If.'” McEntire shared on Twitter.

Four Good Days stars Kunis as a 31-year-old woman named Molly who is recovering from heroin addiction. Meanwhile, Close plays Deb, the estranged mother who commits to help her daughter and save her. The movie is set to open in theaters on April 30.

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