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Miranda Lambert Turns To Country Music Legend For Healing

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Anyone who's ever been through a tough time can remember the songs that helped them get over their sadness. 

For Miranda Lambert, she too understands that music is the perfect medicine to help her through a hard time.

At the CMA's on Wednesday night, Lambert was clearly emotional during her performance of her song "Bathroom Sink," which talks about how hard it is for a woman to put on a strong face in public when she's having a hard time. According to an E! News insider, Lambert rushed off the stage in tears following her performance.

Fans wonder if the reason for Lambert's emotional performance had something to do with her ex-husband Blake Shelton. The CMA's were the first time the two had seen each other since their divorce, and earlier in the day sources confirmed that Shelton is dating his fellow Voice coach, Gwen Stefani.

Two days after the CMA's, Lambert chose to turn to music for medicine, posting her healing song on Instagram for all to see.

So what was the song? 

Lambert was listening to "Come Early Morning" by fellow country singer, Don Williams. Lambert simply captioned the photo "...the break of Don..." using #musicismedicine as one of her hashtags, something she has done more than once before. 

...The break of Don.... #everyday #musicismedicine

A photo posted by Miranda Lambert (@mirandalambert) on

 

The song seems like a fitting choice to serve as "medicine" for Lambert, with uplifiting lyrics like "I was a thinkin', thinkin' bout a good thing."

Listen to Lambert's personal healing song, "Come Early Morning" in the video below.

We hope that Lambert continues to push through this tough time and that she'll come out of it stronger than ever.

LYRICS BELOW

I been a walkin', walkin' in the moonlight 

Trippin' in the starlight, Lord, and I'm feelin' down 

Walkin' in the shadows, sneakin' down a side road 

Come early mornin' I'll be there on the edge of town 

I was a thinkin', thinkin' bout a good thing 

Thinkin' bout a sweet gleam, uum, in my honey's eyes 

And I was a-sinkin', feelin' kinda lonesome 

Come early morning I'll be home at my honey's side 

I have drifted up across the mountain 

And I have stumbled down the other side 

And I've been tempted, tried and troubled 

Come early morning I'll be home and satisfied 

She give me little lovin' 

Give me little sunshine 

Make me have a good time, Lord 

When I'm feelin' blue 

I couldn't refuse her 

Well I couldn't misuse her 

Come early mornin' I'll be home 

With my honeydew 

I have drifted up across the mountains 

I have stumbled down the other side 

I've been tempted, tried and troubled 

Come early mornin' I'll be home 

And satisfied...

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