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"All the parts of me, the parts of the pain I went through, everything that happens to a person in their life — especially in the last couple years for me — is on this record." All the parts of me.All the parts of the pain I went through...everything that happens to a person in their life is on this record.I was off the road last summer, and a really positive thing that came out of the hard time in my life was that I grew as a songwriter," she told the mag."[And I] got to be better friends with the people that I write the songs with, just really getting that honest with each other and sitting there on a porch drinking wine.“And I feel like when you listen to this song, there’s really nothing to read into. When I’m journaling my life and putting it on paper to a melody and then allowing people to hear it, I can’t worry about what somebody might twist it into, because it’s not like I’m hiding anything." "Every record I’ve ever made has been a reflection of where I am right then in my life, however old I am. "But this time with what I happened to be going through in my life, being honest was never really a choice. So I just said, I’m gonna journal it, and — good days and bad days — use it for my art.” Lambert went back to the studio following her split from Shelton, 40, in July 2015.She's previously documented some of her writing sessions on Instagram, which often took place in Nashville.Lambert has been dating singer Anderson East while Shelton is in a relationship with his fellow co-star Gwen Stefani.
“I’ve had a lot of music over the years, but I don’t think I’ve ever had a song before that’s such a direct look into my life," he said of the solo track in a March press release.We are real people, with real lives, with real families, friends and colleagues.Therefore, we kindly ask for privacy and compassion concerning this very personal matter," the pair said in a joint statement at the time.There’s no mystery anymore — take from it what you will.” After their split, Lambert hit the studio and “walked in with guns blazing.” She added, "I just knew one thing: I didn't want a breakup record…I was like, ‘Let’s feel it all.’ I was ready to have the days where I can’t even stand up and the days where I’m celebrating.” On the day the divorce news broke, Lambert and songwriter Shane Mc Annally wrote “Vice” in about five minutes. Sometimes you can just tell that people are ready to let off some steam.” As for how she’s grown as a person over the years, Miranda said, “I’m more known for my fiery personality and my confidence, but that’s not me all the time.