Miranda Lambert's latest single, "The House That Built Me" is in the Top 15 on the country charts and climbing. It's one of the few songs on Miranda's Revolution album that she didn't write, yet she feels it's among "the most special songs ever written":
"I'm so lucky that I got my hands on it because I know any other artist would have scooped it up. It makes me mad that I didn't think of it [laughs]. I've never had a reaction to a song like I did 'House That Built Me.' I cried for three hours when I heard it. It felt like someone wrote my life in a song, and that's how everyone feels when they hear it. And that's why it's one of those timeless, amazing songs that people relate to for years and years because everybody has a place where they grew up, a place that made them who they are."