It’s been nine weeks since Miranda Lambert released “Mama’s Broken Heart” and now she’s offering up a new video teaser for the hit single as well. “Mama’s Broken Heart”, the fourth single from Miranda Lambert’s fourth album Four the Record is proving that four might just be a lucky number. The song is receiving great fan feedback so far and it’s steadily climbing Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart, jumping three spots from 16 to 13 just this week.
In a new video teaser, Miranda Lambert seems to be channeling a sort of southern belle as she tries to “paste on a smile” and hide the pain of a broken heart in keeping with the song’s lyrics, “Don’t matter how you feel, it only matters how you look.”
“Mama’s Broken Heart” epitomizes every southern mother and grandmother who ever raised a daughter with lyrics that remind girls to “Powder your nose, paint your toes. Line your lips and keep 'em closed. Cross your legs, dot your I’s and never let 'em see you cry.” It’s a brilliant visual of the white-gloved, perfect-postured, raised chin woman who molds the next generation to be exactly like the one before. “A lady doesn’t talk about such things,” is her mantra and her daughter has little hope of ever expressing her true emotions unless she’s willing to become the black sheep of the family.
Lucky for Miranda Lambert’s fans, she doesn’t mind raising a little Cain. What is sure to be another fantastic video, in its first glimpse shows Miranda Lambert playing that southern princess by day, dressed to impress and keeping every hair in place while nursing a liquor bottle and a broken heart by night.
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