Miranda Lambert is in Awe of Carrie Underwood’s Voice

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On Sunday night, Miranda Lambert made history at the ACM Awards, but the country singer focused more on Carrie Underwood's big return!

After suffering an injury late last year, Carrie Underwood made a triumphant return by performing her new single “Cry Pretty” at the 2018 ACM Awards. As you might expect, the superstar earned a standing ovation for her powerful performance. However, it was not just the fans that recognized her courage and hard work. Fellow country music star Miranda Lambert also had high praise for the Oklahoma native. “It makes me proud to be a woman in this industry when I see her sing up there and do that,” Lambert shared with Rolling Stone.

After winning her eighth consecutive ‘Female Vocalist of the Year’ award and picking up the ‘Song of the Year’ honor for “Tin Man”, Lambert continued praising Underwood. “She’s one of the greatest singers of all time in any genre of music and can sing me under the table,” Miranda continued. “I say that every time and I will continue to say that, but I’m just proud of her and I know how strong she is and how hard she’s worked.”

Because of Miranda Lambert’s great humility, it would have been easy to overlook how the talented 34-year-old also made Academy of Country Music history in Las Vegas! Lambert became the winningest artist in the history of the ACM Awards by snagging her 32nd overall win and breaking the record held by Brooks & Dunn.

In celebration, check out Lambert’s unplugged version of “Tin Man” below…

“Tin Man” Lyrics

Hey there, Mr. Tin Man
You don’t know how lucky you are
You shouldn’t spend your whole life wishin’
For something bound to fall apart
Everytime you’re feeling empty
Better thank your lucky stars
If you ever felt one breakin’
You’d never want a heart
Ohh, ohh, oh
Hey there, Mr. Tin Man
You don’t know how lucky you are
I’ve been on the road that you’re on
It didn’t get me very far
You ain’t missin’ nothin’
‘Cause love is so damn hard
Take it from me darlin’, you don’t want a heart
Ohh, ohh, oh
Ohh, ohh, oh
Hey there, Mr. Tin Man
Glad we talked this out
You can take mine if you want it
It’s in pieces now
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
Ohh, ohh, oh
Ohh, ohh, oh
Ohh, ohh, oh
Ohh, ohh, oh

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