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Country music sensation Miranda Lambert dropped by “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” to sing her top 10 hit “Vice” on Nov. 17.

The song, which she co-wrote with Josh Osborne and Shane McAnally, is included on double album release titled “The Weight of These Wings,” which was released on Nov. 18.

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In this video, Miranda dazzles with her vintage guitar strapped around her neck. She pairs some sexy, strappy heels with a black ensemble. Standing confidently in one place, she croons the beginning lyrics of her heartbreak ballad in a cappella before her backup band joins in.


“Vice” was the first taste of music that fans received since the 33-year-old star’s highly publicized split from Blake Shelton back in 2015. While the tune is emotional, Miranda promises the album isn’t entirely full of heartbreak.

“I’m never gonna have an album that’s quote-unquote a ‘heartbreak album,’” Miranda told Billboard back in August. “Because everybody has bad moments, and then you come out of it and you have a great moment, and then you have some somber times. I want an emotional journey, because that’s what life is, and I want to document that. But I don’t think anybody’s gonna listen to this new project and say, ‘Ohhh, it’s so sad.’ Yeah, there’s sad songs. But, I’ve had sad songs on every record I’ve ever made.”

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In January 2017, Miranda will take “Vice” and the rest of her songs from “The Weight of These Wings” on the road for her Highway Vagabond Tour. “The Weight of These Wings,” which features two sides, one called “The Nerve” and the other called “The Heart,” is now available.