Miranda Lambert's The Weight of These Wings contains a total of 24 tracks, each one different from the next. There's fun songs about friends and good times, love songs, and even a song about a pair of pink sunglasses.
As to be expected with any country music record, the theme of heartache runs through the tracks on The Weight of These Wings. While Miranda has no shortage of heartbreak songs on the album, the tear-jerking "Tin Man" is the one that caught everyone's attention.
Miranda speaks to the famous Tin Man from The Wizard of Oz in the song, saying how lucky he is that he doesn't have a heart. She offers to give him her heart if he'll help protect her in return, singing, "you give me your armor, and you can have my heart."
Written by Miranda, Jack Ingram, and Jon Randall, "Tin Man" serves as the opening track to the album's second disc, The Heart. It is also Miranda's current single, and is making a steady climb up the charts.
Since the song is generating more attention, fans have started to share covers of it. One such fan is 12-year-old Ava Paige, who recorded an impressive rendition of Miranda's heartbreaking song.
Acoustic guitar in hand, Ava sounds like an angel as she sings softly about the pain of unbearable heartache. For being so young, Ava knows how to enhance her performance by channeling real-life feelings in her voice.
Between Ava's performance and the song itself, this cover is overflowing with emotion. Don't be surprised if you have tears in your eyes by the time you finish watching this talented girl sing.
Go ahead and tune in below to watch Ava sing "Tin Man." We think Miranda would be proud of her cover, don't you?
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