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Miranda Lambert Releases 'We Should Be Friends' Video

02-10-2017
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Miranda Lambert

(Radio.com) Miranda Lambert has released a colorful music video for "We Should Be Friends." The song comes from her latest studio album "The Weight Of Wings", which was released back in November.

Directed by Trey Fanjoy, "We Should Be Friends" was shot at a beauty parlor in Watertown, Tennessee. Looking a bit worn down from all her troubles, Miranda--with her hair piled high atop her head--and her dog makes its way towards Wanda's House of Beauty, where she gets made over and makes friends while doing it.

Lambert's longtime songwriting partners Natalie Hemby and Waylon Payne, who helped her co-write most of the tracks on The Weight of These Wings both appear in the video. Instead of curlers, Wanda uses Miller Lite cans to give Hemby's hair a bit more body, and Payne gets a shave that leaves him with a classic 5 o'clock shadow. Watch the video here.

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