Miranda Lambert is taking fans to the Wild West with her latest single!
The country superstar shared the new single, “If I Was A Cowboy,” on Friday (Oct. 15), which she says brings out her “true inner Texan.”
Co-written by Lambert and Jesse Frazier, “If I Was A Cowboy” finds the hitmaker and Texas native singing about the wild west.
“I wrote this song with my new friend, Jesse Frazier. We met doing the remix of “Tequila Does” and he and I just got together one day, one afternoon for a write and this is what came out of it,” Lambert said of the track. “You know, it’s funny, he’s a Detroit boy, and I’m an East Texan, but somehow we wrote a song about the Wild West together. So it’s pretty cool.”
“If I was a cowboy, I’d be wild and free / Rollin’ around these towns like tumbleweeds / I’d be a legend at loving and leaving / Nipping on a whiskey and numbing up my feelings / You thought the West was wild, but you ain’t saddled up with me / If I was a cowboy, I’d be the queen,” Lambert sings in the chorus of the western track.
In addition to sharing the new song, the singer also released a video to accompany it, which finds Lambert tending to her horses.
Click above to watch the clip and hear the new song.