Daddy / Daughter Duo Rock Out to Miranda Lambert’s “Little Red Wagon” (Video)

CUTE ALERT…..this video is so sweet it might give you cavities! Check out this father/daughter duo lip syncing to ACM Awards Reigning Female Vocalist of the Year Miranda Lambert’s song “Little Red Wagon” from her 2015 ACM Awards Album of the Year Platinum. We think it would impress the Queen of Country herself!

I thought I was the only one who did this when Little Red Wagon comes on, and it’s my ring tone on my phone.


Here’s what I look like when I jam to Little Red Wagon!

you can ride

 Miranda Lambert’s “Little Red Wagon” video!

MORE INFO ABOUT this song (from it’s wiki)

“Little Red Wagon” is a song originally written as an Army cadence, then edited and performed by Audra Mae on her 2012 album Audra Mae & the Almighty Sound. It was covered by Miranda Lambert on her fifth studio album Platinum, and was released as its third single in January 2015. Lambert said that she first heard of the song when John Eddie, with whom she had been touring at the time, recommended that she listen to an Audra Mae album. Upon hearing the song, Lambert felt that she wanted to record it, and asked Mae for permission to do so. Giving it a B+, Jon Freeman of Country Weekly wrote that “it’s still fun to hear her back in spitfire mode”. He praised the “strong use of dynamics” in the production, but thought that the lyrics were “on the silly side of cheeky”. The music video was directed by Trey Fanjoy and premiered on March 11, 2015. In it, Lambert is shown checking into a remote motel surrounded by desert. She is shown walking her pet dog, lounging beside the pool, and sitting on one of the motel beds while the motel’s housekeeper and receptionist are seen dancing while on the job. The video ends with Lambert leaving in her airstream brandishing a belt that reads ‘Mrs. Shelton,’ a reference to her marriage with Blake Shelton.

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