SONG REVIEW: Miranda Lambert “Scars”

SONG REVIEW: Miranda Lambert “Scars”

Have you heard the recently debuted, unreleased song called, “Scars” by Miranda Lambert and her guitarist Scotty Wray? Trust me, if you had, you’d know.. Because like with any real scar, you remember.
Written by her guitarist, Wray, who was accompanying her that evening she shares that this song has been in her mind for years, over a decade even, but, she never felt “damaged enough” to be able to truly sing it, and mean it.
It’s unfortunate she had to go through what she did to be able to sing this song.. But, thank goodness she did. Because honestly, I can’t imagine anyone else singing it but her.

Looking back, I’m glad I took my chances.. Because they were worth at least enough to leave a mark..

Just one of the lines from the song that strikes a memory of things we’ve all done that we’ll never forget, because as scars do, it has left a mark. Let’s hope she officially releases this one on her next album. She feels like she can finally sing it, and I think the world is ready to hear it, and feel it with her too.

 

Listen to the song below and tell us what you think:

Have you heard the recently debuted, unreleased song called, “Scars” by Miranda Lambert and her guitarist Scotty Wray? Trust me, if you had, you’d know.. Because like with any real scar, you remember. Written by her guitarist, Wray, who was accompanying her that evening she shares that this song has been in her mind for …

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About Katie Marker

Katie Marker
Born and raised in southern Minnesota close to the Iowa border I'm about as Midwest as it gets. Grandparents listened to and exposed me to country music at a young age. From all that was current in the early 90's to the classic swingin' sounds of Pasty Cline and the dark soulful voice of Johnny Cash. I was also exposed to the Rock n Roll genre through other family members and I dabbled in all the other genres in high school. All in all, I'm a lover of music. Period. But I swing slightly south when it comes to my favorite. Country music. Concert fanatic. Lover of life. Traveling free spirit. Hoping I can make Nashville my home someday. Until then, I just keep going back.

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