Miranda Lambert Goes Unplugged In Bathroom 'Tin Man' Video

There is a moment that we all break down into a full singing session in our bathroom. It's because it has the best acoustics in the house. That's exactly what Miranda Lambert's new 'Tin Man' video is.

iHeart has the exclusive premiere of Lambert's hit completely unplugged and raw. In the intimate video, shot solely in black and white, Miranda sits on her bathroom floor in just a t-shirt as she somberly strums her acoustic guitar angelically singing the emotional lyrics of her latest single, 'Tin Man'. "'Cause love is so damn hard/Take it from me darling/You don't want a heart." 

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'Tin Man' is on here 2016 album The Weight of These Wings. The song pays a little homage to Kenny Chesney's 1994 song, "Tin Man." It also is and ode to the Tin Man himself from The Wizard Of Oz. If you remember he only wants a heart. However, Miranda wants to give hers up because of the pain, if she can have his armor. The lyrics "Hey there Mr. Tin Man/You don't know how lucky you are/By the way there Mr. Tin Man/If you don't mind the scars/You give me your armor/And you can have my heart."


She told the Nashville-based newspaper, “This song sort of wrote itself. I was a little worried at first about writing another song like that but I told Kenny … I felt the same emotion I feel when I hear that song. I was feeling it myself and the other two co-writers were feeling it as well. It comes from the same place and I guess it inspired it.”

The song's extremely relate able message paired with Miranda's soulful voice, pierce your soul. Anyone whose been through heartbreak, can feel this song down to your core. I envision many people from here on out singing this at the top of their lungs in the shower soon. It's also gonna be one of those songs you hear a millions covers of and several American Idol/The Voice contestants belting out soon!



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