I love the song's rhythm and words. I figured that it could only be a "rough draft" for a young house wife/mother/homemaker and tried to"listen" past that. I think that for church and such your voice would be a great addition in worship but for out in the market I personally think, and it may be the mic, I don't know, that your voice lacks the resonance (over and under tones in vocal frequencies which give depth and fullness) which one finds in a professional voice. That having been said, terribly sounding voices full of dry rasping sounds (heavy smokers?) and others making noises like they are singing out of their nose have become quite popular among certain groups of listeners such as: the country singer who sang "The Gambler" and "Coward of the Country" or the long woman-like blonde haired guy (from England?) who had a twisted nose and wore REAL tight pants and the women loved him (one of his songs sounded like he was taking advantage of and making love to a young girl and all the while he decries his guilt-they still play it today) or the ""star"" and singer on Thunderdome (TT) or Willie Nelson or Merle Haggard. They all made it big but I personally think that they sucked as I don't listen to anything more than vocal quality and to me that means depth and fullness and particulars of voice and clarity of pronunciation. A few good voices to me are Whitney Houston, BeBe and CeCe Winans, Larnelle Harris, Mirah Carey, Lou Rawls, Lionel Richie, Peaches and Herb, and Barry White.