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Blake Shelton Takes Pride in Having a Part in Miranda’s New Single [VIDEO]

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Blake Shelton co-wrote a song with Miranda Lambert which is the new single off her latest album, “Four the Record”. Blake tells the Associated Press the song, “Over You”, is about his older brother who was killed at the age of 24 in a car accident in 1990. The lyrics will tear at your heartstrings and anyone who’s been through a tragedy, which is most of us, can’t help but be touched. The chorus says, “But you went away, How dare you? I miss you, They say I’ll be OK, But I’m not going to ever get over you.” Blake Shelton says there’s no way he could ever get through a performance and is “honored” his wife recorded it. Here’s that moving song.

 

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