The Best Deep Cuts from Miranda Lambert

At this point in her career, Miranda Lambert is a superstar and a staple in the country music genre. She embodies truth, story-telling, and sass in a way that is both humble, yet endearing. In her career, she has given us eight innovative studio albums and counting. Below are our favorite deep cuts from the multi-platinum singer-songwriter so far.


“Bathroom Sink” – Platinum

“Everybody is so tired of the drama / We’re still fighting like I’m sixteen / And I guess we always will be / She taught me how to pray and drink / And how to clean the bathroom sink”

Arguably one of the most vulnerable and real songs that she has released, “Bathroom Sink” is a hidden gem. The song talks about everything women go through on a daily basis that many do not realize. Kudos to Lambert for speaking her truth!


“Airstream Song” – Revolution

“Unbridled, or tethered in tide / Safety of the fence / Or the daughter of the ride / I’ll always be unsatisfied”

A fan-favorite, “Airstream Song” was written by Lambert and Natalie Hemby. The song is poetic, inviting, and a great reminder of the songstress’ talent as a vocalist.


“Keeper of the Flame” – The Weight of These Wings

“I’m the keeper of the flame / The teller of my story / Keeper of the flame”

This concert jam is Lambert’s story of road life. Constantly letting her fans into her psyche, Lambert impresses all of us with this song. We love how thematic and catchy this song truly is.


“I Wanna Die” – Kerosene

“Let’s make it up baby / Cause I ain’t gonna fight / If you’re the death of me darlin’ / I wanna die”

A complicated, chaotic love song from 2005 is one of those songs that you cannot help but relate to and think about after you listen. The soulful country tune reminds us of how honest country music is.


“All Kinds of Kinds” – Four the Record

“Ever since the beginning to keep the world spinning / It takes all kinds of kinds”

This mid-tempo country song is a statement. Lambert does not shy away from standing up for the disenfranchised and the vulnerable. It is a powerful statement about equality and justice.


“Tequila Does” – Wildcard

“They don’t love me like tequila does / Nobody can / They don’t give me that border town buzz”

Off her newest record Wildcard, “Tequila Does” is a catchy standout track. With a funky arrangement and fun lyrics, Lambert proves again and again why she will continue to make music for decades to come.


How does our list match up to yours? Let us know and be sure to follow our ‘Deep Cuts’ playlist on Spotify. Check out more deep cuts from some of our favorite artists like Morgan Wallen, Carrie Underwood, Brett Young, Kane Brown, and Luke Combs here.

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