Miranda Lambert sings to get her name changed back in the new Pistol Annie music video with the same name.(AP)…
She does not want to be “a wife on paper no more”.
After her divorce from husband Blake Shelton in 201
5, Miranda Lambert sings to get her “Renamed Back” in a new Pistol Annies song with the same name released on Monday.
In the sassy new song to reclaim single, Lambert is seen together with his comrades Angaleena Presley and Ashley Monroe in a court building where Lambert 34 takes pleasure in the witnesses standing by Presley and Monroe.
“It takes a judge to marry, takes a judge to be divorced / in recent years, spent a lot of time in court / got my name changed back,” Lambert sings. “Yes, I wanted something new, then I wanted what I had / I got my name changed back.”
She continues: “Yes, I have an ex that I loved / but he got well with a pair of roadshairs / Can I get the name changed back.”
After the hearing a bottle of champagne opens and the whole court praises.
Towards the end of the video, which also contains the trio on DMV, the group takes a trip to the bank where they sing: “I broke his heart and I took his money.”
The ladies will not say who the inspiration is, but Presley explains that there are two divorces and two ex-husbands
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“It was a feeling-good divorce song needed”, told Presley The Associated Press on Tuesday. “You’re welcome.”
“We can say what we want together a bit more brave than we would ever have alone,” Allow Lambert “Our entire catalog has been about celebrating things that were not so positive and putting them in a humorous light.”
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Women handle failed marriages, desperate wives, female friendship, and complicated women with very angry humor and just the right amount of sorrow at her first five-year album called “Interstate Gospel” on Friday.
They wrote the post together without any external authors, who have usually been their designs. “We have not written any songs with other authors,” but Lambert said, but then the other two corrected and noted that it was a song on his first album that Shelton wrote.
“Oh, he’s gone,” Lambert said with a laugh.
Associated Press contributed to this report.