Miranda Lambert Explains How HBO's TV Show 'Girls' Shaped Her New Song "Girls" (EXCLUSIVE)

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Have you listened to Miranda Lambert's new Platinum album and thought that the song "Girls" might be about the hit HBO TV show with the same title? Well, if so, you're kind of right about that.

We just got an exclusive clip from the country singer, and in it, she and her song-writing pals talk about that specific pro-chick tune, and how Lena Dunham's project definitely shaped it. Just like the show, the song is about all of those different types of women out there, and how, well, let's face it, we don't know what in the hell we want in life half the time.

The lyrics have Facebook status and meme quote written all over them, too. "If you think you're the only one she'll want in this world then you don't know nothin' about girls," they read.

As we all know, Miranda is all about showing off her girl power. From running those chick-inspired boutiques to owning that adorable bed and breakfast, she's total proof that girls kick ass. Check out her Pinterest page, she even gives her fans home decor tips, and fun ideas for dog rescues.

See what else Miranda had to say about "Girls" by watching the entire clip below. The song is pretty much our 2015 anthem right now...




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