10. Mama’s Broken Heart
Released in January of 2013 on Miranda Lambert’s Four The Record album, “Mama’s Broken Heart” was written by fellow country artists Brandy Clark, Shane McAnally, and Kacey Musgraves.
“Mama’s Broken Heart” peaked at no. 2 on the Billboard Hot Country chart, as well as the Billboard Country Airplay chart, earning certified Platinum by the Recording Industry Association, having sold 1.9 million copies by September of 2015.
Miranda Lambert’s “Automatic” was featured on her fifth studio album, Platinum, released in February of 2014. Co-written by Miranda Lambert, Nicolle Galyon, and Natalie Hemby, the song was nominated for a Grammy for Best Country Solo Performance and Best Country Song in the same year.
“Automatic” took home the win for Song of the Year at the 2015 Academy of Country Music Awards, as well as Single of the Year at the 2014 Country Music Association Awards and Female Video of the Year at the 2015 CMT Music Awards.
The music video for “Automatic” was directed by Trey Fanjoy and aired in 2014.
8. Heart Like Mine
“Heart Like Mine” was a part of Miranda Lambert’s 2009 album Revolution, released in 2011.
“Heart Like Mine” was no. 1 on the Billboard Hot Country chart, and was on the Hot 100 chart at no. 44. It later was certified Gold by the Recording Industry Association of America after selling over half a million copies in the U.S. at the time.
Released in 2005, Miranda Lambert’s “Kerosene” was part of her Kerosene album. “Kerosene” was Miranda Lambert’s first Top 20 country hit as it reached no. 15 on the Hot Country Songs chart.
“Kerosene” also goes down in history as Miranda Lambert’s first certified Gold song by the RIAA. It was also earned Miranda her first-ever Grammy nomination for Best Female Country Vocal Performance.
The music video for “Kerosene” reached no. 1 on CMT’s Top Twenty Countdown in 2006, and was also featured on their 100 Greatest Videos at no. 78.
Co-written by Miranda Lambert, Josh Osborne and Shane McAnally, “Vice” was featured on Miranda Lambert’s sixth studio album, Weight of These Wings.
The song debuted at no. 2 on the Hot Country Songs chart in 2016 and was ranked no. 31 on Rolling Stone’s “50 Best Songs of 2016.” “Vice” was nominated for two Grammys in 2017 for Best Solo Country Performance, as well as Best Country Song.
In the same year, “Vice” was nominated for three ACM Awards (Video of the Year, Song of the Year and Single Record of the Year), as well as two CMT Music Awards (Video of the Year and Female Video of the Year), though it didn’t take home any accolades.
5. White Liar
As part of Miranda Lambert’s 2009 album, Revolution, “White Liar” was Miranda’s first Top 40 hit on the Billboard Hot 100 as it humped from no. 66 to no. 38 after her 2009 CMA Awards performance.
“White Liar” reached its peak at no. 2 on the U.S. Country Chart in 2010.
Miranda Lambert made headlines when she performed all of the tracks from her Revolution album, including “White Liar,” at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium days before the album was set to be released.
4. Over You
Co-written with Miranda Lambert’s then-boyfriend Blake Shelton, “Over You” is about Blake’s own personal experience with losing his brother in a car accident. According to Miranda Lambert, Blake Shelton said he couldn’t record it for himself or sing it on stage without getting too emotional.
“Over You” was featured on Miranda Lambert’s Four The Record album and won her and Blake Shelton a CMA Award for Song of the Year. The two also won the 2013 Song of the Year Award at the ACM Awards.
3. Gunpowder & Lead
Featured on Miranda Lambert’s 2008 album Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, “Gunpowder & Lead” was Miranda’s first Top 10 hit on the Billboard Hot Country Songs in July of 2008.
The song was certified Platinum by the RIAA after accruing over one million digital downloads by 2010. The song also gained wide popularity after being available to download for the game “Rock Band.”
2. Tin Man
“Tin Man” was part of Miranda Lambert’s 2016 album, The Weight of These Wings. Released in 2016, the song was co-written by Miranda Lambert, Jack Ingram and Jon Randall.
In 2018, the song was nominated for two Grammys for Best Country Solo Performance, as well as Best Country Song. It won Song of the Year at the 2018 ACM Awards.
1. The House That Built Me
Originally written for Blake Shelton, “The House That Built Me” was written by Tom Douglas and Allen Shamblin. The song was featured on Miranda’s Revolution album and is considered the fastest-rising song of her entire career.
Miranda Lambert earned a standing ovation after her performance of “The House That Built Me” at the 2010 Academy of Country Music Awards. She later won a Grammy in 2011 for Best Female Country Vocal Performance.