Mariah Carey has impeccable timing—and not just because she's a musician.
Following President Barack Obama's historic reelection last night, the "Vision of Love" diva and Obama booster released a new song online paying poignant tribute to the commander in chief as he gears up for another term in office.
The tune, "Bring It on Home," is a slow-moving, soulful ballad that reflects the communal values the president espoused in his soaring acceptance speech and ever since he burst onto the national stage—the idea that America is a better, stronger and more perfect union when we care for our fellow neighbors.
"We just everyday people, tryin' to make it through the pain/Yet we intentionally hurt each other playing silly games," sings Carey in the opening verse. "But when it comes down to win or lose, don't give up the fight/cause strength is what we need and love can save our lives."
She couldn't have said it any better. Take a listen.