Miranda Lambert “Heart Like Mine” Video & Lyrics

Miranda Lambert

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Miranda Lambert's "Heart Like Mine" gives us a peek into the country star's personal views. Watch her live performance of the song here!

Miranda Lambert‘s “Heart Like Mine” is a semi-autobiographical song co-written by the Texas native along with Ashley Monroe and Travis Howard. In January 2011, the track was released as the final single from her third studio album Revolution.

Enjoy her explanation of the meaning behind the song and her live performance below!

“Heart Like Mine” Lyrics

I ain’t the kind you take home to mama
I ain’t the kind to wear no ring
Somehow I always get stronger
When I’m on my second drink
Even though I hate to admit it
Sometimes I smoke cigarettes
The Christian folks say I should quit it
I just smile and say “God bless”
‘Cause I heard Jesus he drank wine
And I bet we’d get along just fine
He could calm a storm and heal the blind
And I bet he’d understand a heart like mine
Daddy cried when he saw my tattoo
But said he loved me anyway
My brother got the brains of the family
So I thought I’d learn to sing
‘Cause I heard Jesus he drank wine
And I bet we’d get along just fine
He could calm a storm and heal the blind
And I bet he’d understand a heart like mine
I’ll fly away from it all one day
I’ll fly away
These are the days that I will remember
When my names called on a roll
He’ll meet me with two long stem glasses
Make a toast to me coming home
‘Cause I heard Jesus he drank wine
And I bet we’d get along just fine
He could calm a storm and heal the blind
And I bet he’d understand, understand a heart like mine
Oh yes he would

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