Here Are All of Miranda Lambert’s Number One Songs

Here are all of Miranda Lambert’s number one songs in her music catalog. Lambert has acquired eight number one hits from her studio albums and two number ones on featured tracks throughout her career. Check out the full list below.

1. “White Liar”- Revolution, 2009
*Hit #1 on Mediabase Country Chart

Lambert landed her very first number one song back in 2009 when “White Liar” from her debut studio album, Revolution, made its way to the top of the Mediabase Country chart. An electric track that still remains popular in her live performances today, “White Liar” is a Miranda Lambert staple.


2. “The House That Built Me”- Revolution, 2010
*Spent 4 weeks on Billboard Hot Country Songs

This iconic Lambert song soared to the top of the charts back in 2010. Still today, “The House That Built Me” is the songstress’ fastest rising single. The song brings back pure nostalgia and fans always look forward to Lambert serenading her audience with this stunning song.


3. “Heart Like Mine”- Revolution, 2011
*Reached #1 on both Billboard Hot Country Songs & US Country Airplay

This 2011 song has always been a track that portrays Lambert’s interpretation of what heaven would look like. Even back then, the singer would convey her faith and her truth through her music; despite, the fact, that she doesn’t always do things the “Christian way.” The song is definitely one of her best!


4. “Over You”- Four the Record, 2012
*Reached #1 on both Billboard Hot Country Songs & US Country Airplay

Miranda Lambert released “Over You” back in 2012. The song is a personal story about Lambert’s ex-husband, Blake Shelton losing his brother. The two wrote the song together and it remains one of the most recognizable hits for Lambert. The story will never not be heartbreaking and touching.


5. “Mama’s Broken Heart”- Four the Record, 2013
*Reached #1 on Billboard Canada Country

Miranda Lambert’s infectious track, “Mama’s Broken Heart” reached number one on the Billboard Canada Country chart and remains one of her standout songs today. Written by Shane McAnally, Brandy Clark and Kacey Musgraves, the sassy tune perfectly sums up losing your cool after a relationship gone wrong and ignoring all of the motherly advice on how a lady should handle the break-up.


6. “Automatic”- Platinum, 2014
*Reached #1 on Billboard Canada Country

Miranda Lambert’s “Automatic” served as the lead single from her fifth studio album, Platinum. Written by Lambert with Nicolle Galyon and Natalie Hemby, the track reached the top of the Billboard Canada Country chart in 2014 and earned Lambert nominations for two GRAMMYs for Best Country Solo Performance and Best Country Song.


7. “Somethin’ Bad” with Carrie Underwood – Platinum, 2014
*Hit #1 on Billboard Hot Country Songs

This killer duet with Carrie Underwood is Lambert’s first duet to reach the number one spot! When you have Underwood and Lambert on a song, it is hard to not fall in love with it. The song is powerful and sassy, a defective collaboration and combination.


8. “Bluebird”- Wildcard, 2020
*Reached #1 on both Billboard Country Airplay & Billboard Canada Country

Most recently, Lambert landed her 8th number one hit as a solo artist as she made her way to the top of the charts once again with her single “Bluebird.” The track is country music story-telling perfection, and we are so happy that Lambert got the recognition she deserved with this song.


In addition to her success, reaching eight number ones from releases on her studio albums, Lambert also earned three number one songs as a featured artist…

1. “We Were Us”- Keith Urban ft. Miranda Lambert, off Urban’s Fuse album, 2013
*Reached #1 on both US Hot Country Songs & US Country Airplay Charts

Back in 2013, Miranda Lambert joined Keith Urban on the classic hit “We Were Us”, earning the two a number one song to add to their collections. The track also won Musical Event of the Year at the 2014 CMA Awards.


2. “Drowns The Whiskey”- Jason Aldean ft. Miranda Lambert, off Aldean’s Rearview Town album, 2018
*Reached #1 on both US Country Airplay & Canada Country Charts

Teaming up eleven years after their first duet back in 2007 with “Grown Woman”, Miranda Lambert and Jason Aldean joined forces for the 2018 hit song “Drowns The Whiskey” off of Aldean’s Rearview Town album. The song perfectly captures the pairs vocals and we’re sure it will be fan-favorite collaboration for years to come.


3. “Drunk (And I Don’t Want To Go Home)” – Elle King and Miranda Lambert
*Reached #1 on US Country Airplay

Recently, Lambert and King earned the number one spot for the this iconic collaboration. The song received accolades by the music industry and fans alike. “Drunk” is one of those songs that deserves all the recognition it has gotten thus far.

As Lambert continues to put out new music, there’s no telling how many future number ones the superstar will add to her growing list.

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