Miranda Lambert Says She And Wade Bowen Finally Wrote Some Songs Together After 20 Years Of Friendship

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Well, I can’t wait to hear these…

After 20 years of friendship and coming up in the Texas scene together, Miranda Lambert and Wade Bowen finally got around to sitting down to write some songs, and there’s no doubt in my mind they cranked out some country heaters.

Miranda looks like she’s been having herself a helluva time in Austin for the past few days, sharing some photos of her family time in her home state, as well as giving some details on her write with Wade.

She shared a carousel with a caption saying she and Wade wrote not one but TWO songs “in the Texas sunshine.”

Miranda also shared a little bit of the song inspiration, saying they managed to rhyme “George Strait” with “chicken fried steak,” like two true Texans.

Sounds like my kinda song…

“Lately in Texas….

We Sunday Funday’d and Taco Tuesday’d our asses off. Got to spend some time with little bro Luke Lambert and bro in law and some good old friends.

Me and Wade Bowen have been friends for over 20 years and we finally sat down and wrote a song together for the first time yesterday in the Texas sunshine. Well actually 2 songs.

And one of them we might have rhymed George Strait with chicken fried steak. Prolly my fav rhyme ever! I have a lot of new smile lines after these last few days in ATX!

Sorry y’all some of these pics are blurry but the memories won’t be.”

It feels like a long time coming for her to do so, actually…

Safe to say, it looks like they had a great time together, and I hope we get to hear the new songs sooner rather than later:

“This says it all! We were gettin’ tickled with ourselves.”

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Last March, the duo teamed up for a great rendition of Keith Whitley’s iconic “Miami, My Amy” at Wade’s Exit/In show:

And they also did a kickass duet of George Strait’s “A Fire I Can’t Put Out” quite a few years back:

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock