“And if love keeps giving me lemons, I just mix ’em in my drink.”
Word of wisdom from Miranda Lambert, and she’s officially sending them to country radio.
Written by Miranda herself, along with Luke Dick and Natalie Hemby, “Bluebird” finds Miranda once again providing some real life perspective on hard times. Because no matter how charmed your life might be, even if you’re a country music superstar, life is still doing to deal you a shit hand every once in a while.
“That was a definite Miranda line because that’s what I do,” says Lambert in an interview with Entertainment Tonight regarding the new single. “Thirty-four had some bumps. Every year has some bumps. The way that I say it is how I feel about it, and how I actually treat it. I don’t live in the moment that’s not good. Somehow, I just move forward. There’s a common theme in this record and it’s like ‘When something gets bad, you can get out of it and move forward and be better.’ Feeling it in the moment is okay too, just taking it in and saying ‘I’m gonna learn from this, next.’ I’ve done that. At 35 so far, I’ve lived a lot of life and I’ve written it all down.”
“Bluebird,” the second single from Miranda’s stellar new Wildcard album, is set to impact country radio on December 9th.