Mia Baron – “Til Death Do Us Part” press photo

Unveiling the Tale Behind Mia Baron’s “Til Death Do Us Part” Single

Mia Baron (@_miabaron) is a rising singer-songwriter from Toronto, Canada. Not too long ago, she released a lovely indie-pop single, “Til Death Do Us Part.”

Mia Baron – “Til Death Do Us Part” (Lyric Video)

“3 am again when you’re calling me up, you say you know we gotta talk then you get in my head. Breakup then we makeup every other weekend, you know that I’ll be there ‘til the end. To love and to cherish then tear me apart through health and in sickness. The hell kind of love for richer, for poorer, but tears come for free. So, go ahead and break my heart, off and on ‘til death do us part.” – lyrics

“Til Death Do Us Part” tells a gloomy tale about an unhappy young woman who is in a toxic relationship with her problematic partner. The love they have for each other has broken into pieces and she’s trying her best to put it back together again. With a heavy heart, she tells her partner, “If I could go back to before we met, I’d take the train no questions said. But the way we locked eyes got me missing all your lies, but it’s hard for me to not call you mine.”

“Til Death Do Us Part” contains a sad narrative and ear-pleasing vocals that will resonate well with  Madison Beer and Lana Del Rey supporters.

“I hate the fact that you’re all I know”

Mia Baron – “Til Death Do Us Part” press photo

“‘Til death do us part’ is about being in a toxic on-and-off relationship. The chorus is a sad expression of wedding vows that would be said if someone got married to the person with whom they’re in a toxic relationship.” – Mia Baron explained

Mia Baron began pursuing music a few years ago by recording covers of her favorite songs and posting them on social media. She has spent the past year working on and releasing original music.

Mia Baron – “Til Death Do Us Part” Single

Mia Baron – “Til Death Do Us Part” cover art

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