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Miranda Lambert Debuts New Song 'Scars'

01/22/2016
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(Radio.com) Miranda Lambert and friends performed at Nashville's City Winery Wednesday night (Jan. 20), when she debuted a new song called "Scars." Even though the song has been on the table for years-her friend and guitarist Scotty Raye penned it 16 years back-Lambert admitted, "I was never damaged enough to sing a song called 'Scars'" (via The Boot).

What changed? "We both had, like, a really, really s-- year in 2015, and we have tattoos to prove it" she said, causing the crowd to laugh. "But we're moving forward." She called the song of her favorites, sharing that she hopes to one day put it on a record.

Lambert's clear voice against Raye's acoustic guitar lends the song a somber quality, but when they come together on the harmonies, it moves everything beyond merely melancholy. Read more here.

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