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Watch Miranda Lambert's Beautiful Performance Of 'Bluebird' On 'The Tonight Show'

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By Clark Sparky

Miranda Lambert joined "The Tonight Show" on Friday from her home in Tennessee to perform a stripped down version of her hit single "Bluebird." The country star was introduced by host Jimmy Fallon from his home. "Hey Jimmy, thanks so much for having me on the show," Lambert said.

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"I think it's really cool that you're doing it from home. I'm coming to y'all from my little writing nook in Tennessee, I'm gonna do an acoustic version of my song 'Bluebird,'" she continued. "I want to send this one especially out to the first responders and health care workers and the grocery store people that are keeping us safe and fed. We're praying for y'all and we're so thankful for you and you're all heroes. Hopefully we're almost through this thing. Don't forget to keep a bluebird in your heart."

Lambert has been quarantining with her husband Brendan McLoughlin, and they recently revealed that they plan on doing some traveling in their new Airsteam.

"Sunday thoughts. When people ask me questions about all the traveling I’ve done, my answer is pretty much the same every time," Lambert captioned a gallery of photos on Instagram, which includes a video tour of the inside. "'I’ve been everywhere but I haven’t seen much of anything.' I’ve been touring for 19 years and most times we just roll in, play our show , and roll to the next town. I’ve only gotten to spend some real time in a few of the places I’ve been."

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"Just because I can’t travel and play shows doesn’t mean I can’t travel and make music," Lambert continued. "I have the most amazing travel companion, my husband , and we decided to add a family member," she wrote before officially introducing her new addition. "Y’all Meet 'The Sheriff.' A 2020 Airstream Globetrotter. I’ve been a vintage trailer collector for years and this is my very first new one. I’m letting go of a few vintage to make room for adventure in this silver gem! I don’t like change but I’m learning to embrace it. Until I get get back on Elvira and tour, I’ll be pulling this rig all over the country. I know that seeing the world through the windshield again will bring creative vibes. #highwayvagabonds #livinlikehippies #BandMetour."

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