Hear Miranda Lambert's Playful New Track 'We Should Be Friends'

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Miranda Lambert fans have to wait one more week to hear her new double album in its entirety. But don't worry, her latest project looks to have as much Southern sass as ever.

"We Should Be Friends" is a lighthearted and cleverly crafted checklist for anyone hoping to bond with the country star.

"If you use alcohol as a sedative and 'Bless your heart' as a negative, we should be friends," she explains playfully. You can check out the entire track below.

While most artists go on huge press tours before the release of an album, Lambert has opted to mostly lay low. And who can blame her? She just wrapped up the long and successful Keeper of the Flame Tour with Kip Moore and Brothers Osborne.

READ MORE: How Miranda Lambert Became One of Country's Most Important Voices

Lambert's sixth studio album features 24 new songs, including the lead single "Vice." In recent weeks, Lambert has given fans a sneak peek of the record online. With "Keeper of the Flame," "Highway Vagabond" and now "We Should Be Friends," fans have plenty of reasons to get excited for her long-awaited release.

The Weight of These Wings drops on Nov. 18.

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Hear Miranda Lambert's Playful New Track 'We Should Be Friends'