Lambert teams up with Iglesias
Monday, February 12, 2024
– Miranda Lambert is teaming up with Latino star Enrique Iglesias to release a new song, "Space in My Heart," on Feb. 22.
"Texas meets Spain! 🤠 Can't wait for y'all to hear this one," said on her X account.
The X posting includes a 27-second snippet of the song with an acoustic guitar underneath the two singers dueting.
Lyrics include: "You don't love me yet / But I know you will / If you only felt / Half of what I feel / If you ever go / I will never change / There's a space in my heart / And it's just your shape."
The song is the first release by Lambert since "If You Were Mine," from June 2023 with Leon Bridges.
It was around that time that Lambert announced she was leaving Sony Nashville after 19 years.
Iglesias is soon releasing "Final (Vol. 2)," but it was unknown if the song will appear on it.
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