Undiscovered: Five Miranda Lambert Songs You May Have Missed

Miranda Lambert has many titles: winningest artist in ACM history, Grammy winner, proud Texan, and businesswoman. The singer-songwriter has eight No. 1 songs and eight studio albums to show for it. A passionate animal lover, Lambert has lent her voice to the causes she cares most about. Lambert even found time to open her own restaurant in Nashville called Casa Rosa. In honor of her birthday today, here are five Miranda Lambert songs you may have missed.

1. “To Learn Her” (2016)

“To love her is to learn her, and see her at her worst.”


2. “Smokin’ and Drinkin’” feat. Little Big Town (2014)

“Smokin’ and drinkin,’ get you thinkin’ bout the one that got away.”


3. “Love Song” (2009)

“Everybody always sings about it, how they’re never gonna live without it, we don’t even have to talk about it, cause we’re living it out.”


4. “Bring Me Down” (2005)

“Baby, baby, baby bring me down, I wanna be right where you are.”


5. “Same Old You” (2011)

“It’s the same old you when you get to drinking, the same old you when you’re on the town.”


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