Lambert considers "If I Was a Cowboy"
Friday, October 15, 2021
– Miranda Lambert is out with a new single, "If I Was a Cowboy," available today.
"I wrote this song with my new friend, Jesse Frasure. We met doing the remix of 'Tequila Does,' and he and I just got together one afternoon for a write, and this is what came out of it," said Lambert. "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."
"If I Was A Cowboy" will hit country radio airwaves Monday (10/18) and follows Lambert's Top 5 hit "Settling Down" from "Wildcard," which also produced the chart topper "Bluebird."
Lambert is also releasing her first ever fragrance – Idyllwind Eau De Parfum by Miranda Lambert. Idyllwind Eau De Parfum is available now for pre-order at Idyllwind.com with delivery expected to begin in late October.
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