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Single Review: “Dead Flowers” by Miranda Lambert

April 22, 2009

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it againand again, Miranda Lambert is a master of her art. many barely even acknowledge her former run on Nashville Star, even she has thrown that out the window, but this former reality show no-body continues to prove she’s a deserving Nashville somebody with her latest heartbreak single “Dead Flowers”.

Lambert has a thing for good hooks about bad things. Her latest offering is no different as she plays a woman who compares herself to the dead flowers her former lover brought home, along with a few other things that remind her of him. In the end all she feels like are those dead flowers after the relationship, worn out a used up. Lambert loves to trek into territory like this and turn the tables on an interesting scenario. Of course her great taste in songwriting style and her ability to make anything, including kerosene, a believable and effective message that’s hard to ignore.

There isn’t much else i can say on this one. Lambert’s newest single just continues a line of amazing offerings from the once underestimated hitmaker. Eventually she will get what she deserves from country radio, and what better time than now.

Listen: www.myspace.com/mirandalambert

Final Say: Favorable

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. countrygirl permalink
    May 5, 2009 1:12 am

    I LOVE this song!

  2. February 7, 2010 4:29 am

    Miranda Lambert will be on tour with Brad Paisley over the coming months performing tracks from her new album ‘Revolution.’ Check out the album here: http://itunes.apple.com/album/revolution/id330015569

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