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Miranda Lambert - Baggage Claim - Lyrics Meaning

The song "Baggage Claim" by Miranda Lambert is the highly anticipated first release to her fourth album which was titled "Four the Record." The lyrics to this song were written not only be Lambert but also by Luke Laird and Natalie Hemby which each had already written hit singles in the country music scene. Lambert said in an interview that this song is "the grooviest song I have ever recorded," she then goes on to add that "It makes you want revenge and want to dance at the same time." The singer had a lot of pressure on her when releasing this song as it allowed her to do something that hadn't been done before.

With "Baggage Claim" topping country charts the first week of its debut, Lambert had become the very first country singer that had reached number one with all four of her first released albums. The song is not hard to interpret as the lyrics clearly spell out the meaning of this popular song. The song is about a woman who is leaving her boyfriend because he comes with too much emotional baggage. He is cheating on her during business trips as you can tell in the line "with that sweet little habit that you can't kick. Lamberts feisty style and lyrics are the classic man bashing break up song.

Meanings of other songs by Miranda Lambert:
Gunpowder & Lead
Only Prettier
Over You