Miranda Lambert - "Little Red Wagon"

The spirited rocker is one of the highlights from Lambert's latest album "Platinum."

You have to admire Miranda Lambert for being willing to evolve her sound and her willingness to take chances on her records. Recording songs like "Mama's Broken Heart" and "Gunpowder And Lead" certainly allows Miranda Lambert the leeway to take this rollicking and youthful "Little Red Wagon," a song originally written and recorded by Audra Mae.

The lyrics are defiant and showcase an independent spirt and attitude. it fits Miranda Lambert's cowpunk spirt To a T and certainly is something fans should be hearing quite a bit over the radio dials when she gets around to releasing "Little Red Wagon" to radio (probably next spring/summer).



  • jody

    This is what I call a signature song; not their biggest hit, but one no one else could do as well(just as Mama Don't Get Dressed Up For Nothing was for Brooks and Dunn). Miranda does what is right for her, not what appeals to the mindless programmers at country radio. Her fans make sure of that. Too bad other country artists are too chicken. If all the artists and writers put out real country music simultaneously, this would change in a heartbeat. Sure ticket sales are up for concerts, but it is made up of a very young and fickle demographic.