Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert Tweet at Each Other

25 Jul 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

3 songs that predicted Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert’s divorce.

When one of country music’s most beloved couples – and Miranda Lambert – called it quits on Monday, sources said the stars were left “sad” and “devastated.” But one quick glance at Twitter makes clear that despite any pain, there is no animosity between the two. Shelton’s Twitter feed, with nearly 13 million followers, has him joking around with people, and offering encouragement, something he has become famous for on “The Voice.” Lambert, meanwhile, released “Platinum,” which spawned a couple of ballsy hits like “Little Red Wagon” and the Carrie Underwood duet “Somethin’ Bad” — but buried on the album were lyrics that hinted something was troubling the 31-year-old.

Isn’t that shocking?!!” On Wednesday night, Lambert – in her first public appearance since she and Shelton announced their divorce – made a surprise appearance in Nashville to support Monroe. Written as an imaginary letter to Priscilla Presley (who, as Elvis’ wife, knew a thing or two about being married to fame), this jaunty track sees Lambert trying to figure out how to hold down a relationship when everyone wants a piece of your man.

Key lyric: “He’s always in high demand/How do you or don’t you get the love you want when everybody wants your man?/It’s a difficult thing being the Queen to the King.” Don’t let the upbeat feel fool you — there’s real bite behind the “kick him to the curb” theme of this. Key lyric: “Tell your lawyer, it’s all over/Forget what he’s got up his sleeve/No more signing, no more whining/Cause all that’s left for you to do is leave.” Lambert’s own superstar status dwarfs the vast majority of the country world. But again, the feeling of playing second fiddle to Shelton shines through on “Two Rings Shy,” in which she resolutely refuses to be merely someone’s arm candy.

Key lyric: “The main attraction’s leaving, let the sideshow pay the rent/Take this diamond back and you’ll be two rings shy of the big top tent.”

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