What is the song Over You about?

The couple co-wrote ‘Over You’ about the death of Shelton’s brother who was killed in a car crash in 1990. It’s the second of five songs Lambert is previewing from her new ‘Four the Record’ album. Us Weekly exclusively premiered the song on Tuesday.

Who sings the song about Miranda Lambert?

“Over You” is a song co-written and recorded by American country music artist Miranda Lambert. It was released in January 2012 as the second single from Lambert’s album Four the Record….Cassadee Pope version.

“Over You”
Label Universal
Songwriter(s) Blake Shelton Miranda Lambert

Is got my name changed back about Blake Shelton?

Songfacts®: “Got My Name Changed Back” is an uptempo honky tonker about divorce with lead vocals by Miranda Lambert. Throughout the song she celebrates reverting to her maiden name after her marriage fell apart. Some of the song’s lines fueled speculation about the background to Lambert’s divorce from Blake Shelton.

Is Over You about Blake Shelton’s brother?

As country music fans know so well, Shelton co-wrote the tune “Over You” with former wife Miranda Lambert. The song was inspired by the death of Richie Shelton and its lyrics were pulled straight from real-life experiences.

Who was Over You written about?

On January 9, 2012, Miranda Lambert released “Over You,” one of the most emotional songs in her entire music catalog. The track was co-written by Lambert alongside her then-husband, Blake Shelton, and was inspired by the death of Shelton’s older brother Richie, who tragically lost his life in a car accident in 1990.

What was Miranda Lambert’s first hit song?

The wistful “The House That Built Me” became Lambert’s first song to top the Billboard country singles chart, and it earned her a Grammy Award (for best female country vocal performance), among numerous other honours.

Does Miranda Lambert write her songs?

In fact, Lambert’s first single, ‘Me and Charlie Talkin’,’ is a song she co-wrote with her father and Heather Little, a singer/songwriter they met at a songwriting competition. Co-writing, however, is something Lambert isn’t completely comfortable doing.