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Miranda Lambert performing at the 2012 Stagecoach Music Festival.
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Miranda Lambert with Ashley Monroe of the Pistol Annies performing at the 2012 Stagecoach Music Festival.
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The Pistol Annies performing at the 2012 Stagecoach Music Festival.
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The Pistol Annies performing at the 2012 Stagecoach Music Festival.
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The Pistol Annies performing at the 2012 Stagecoach Music Festival.
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The Pistol Annies performing at the 2012 Stagecoach Music Festival.
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Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert performing at the 2012 Stagecoach Music Festival.
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Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert performing at the 2012 Stagecoach Music Festival.
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Miranda Lambert and The Voice's RaeLynn performing at the 2012 Stagecoach Music Festival.
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Miranda Lambert and RaeLynn of The Voice performing at the 2012 Stagecoach Music Festival.
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Country superstar Miranda Lambert has earned another No. 1 single, as "Over You" becomes the fourth chart-topper of her career, according to an announcement on her official website. The song was written by Lambert with her husband, fellow country music superstar Blake Shelton, about the passing of his brother when he was a teenager. The song was recently certified gold, for selling over 500,000 digital downloads, and can be found on her latest release, Four the Record.

Lambert talked about writing the song with Shelton in a recent press release:

I think the key is we sort of pick and choose what we want to do together as artists because we don’t ever want the business to get in the way of our personal relationship. So when we write together, we kind of step away from being husband and wife, and we just become artists that respect each other. And it’s a really good relationship, and I think doing that every now and then and keeping it special is what makes it work.”

Lambert is currently on tour in support of her Four the Record album, entitled the "On Fire Tour." Lambert is followed by opening acts Chris Young, Jerrod Niemann, and her own group, the Pistol Annies.