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Miranda Lambert Streams New Song 'We Should Be Friends'

11/13/2016
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Miranda Lambert

(Radio.com) Miranda Lambert has shared "We Should Be Friends" a track off her forthcoming double album The Weight of These Wings and the new track finds Lambert listing off all the things she looks for in new friends.

"We Should Be Friends" is an easygoing jaunt in which Lambert shares all the flaws she finds attractive in her friendships because they're all ways she approaches life. On the first verse she sings, "If your mind's as cluttered as your kitchen sink/ If your heart's as empty as your diesel tank/ If all your white t-shirts have stains/ If you got some goods and got some ink/ Well then, we should be friends."

"I don't know you well, but I know that look/ And I can judge a cover 'cuz I wrote the book/ On losing sleep and gaining weight/ On pain and shame and crazy trains," she sings on the chorus.

The Weight of These Wings arrives in a week on November 18th. Listen to "We Should Be Friends" here.

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