Maren Morris' "The Bones" is a melodic love song that espouses the virtues of a love not rushed. The "Girl" hitmaker helped write the song with Laura Veltz and Jimmy Robbins.

"The Bones" begins with an acoustic guitar in a slower tempo. Morris' voice enters with only her and the guitar present, the first few lines really showcasing her ability to create subtle runs with her voice, demonstrating a side of Morris we may not have heard from before. When the chorus comes in Morris' runs become more powerful, and her upper range shines.

The song is a soulful pop anthem with a hint of country thrown in for good measure.

"When the bones are good, the rest don't matter / Yeah, the paint could peel, the glass could shatter / Let it break 'cause you and I remain the same / When there ain't a crack in the foundation / Baby, I know any storm we're facing / Will blow right over while we stay put / The house don't fall when the bones are good," Morris sings in the chorus.

It's the second single from the Girl album, released in March.

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Maren Morris' "Bones" Lyrics:

We're in the homestretch of the hard times / We took a hard left, but we're alright / Yeah, life sure can try to put love through it, but / We built this right, so nothing's ever gonna move it.

Chorus:
When the bones are good, the rest don't matter / Yeah, the paint could peel, the glass could shatter / Let it rain 'cause you and I remain the same / When there ain't a crack in the foundation / Baby, I know any storm we're facing / Will blow right over while we stay put / The house don't fall when the bones are good.

Call it dumb luck, but baby, you and I / Can't even mess it up, although we both try / No, it don't always go the way we planned it / But the wolves came and went and we're still standing.

Repeat Chorus