Listen: Miranda Lambert and Leon Bridges Team Up For New Single “If You Were Mine”

Miranda Lambert just gave fans a taste of her highly anticipated new music with the release of her new song, “If You Were Mine,” featuring Leon Bridges.

Lambert, who released the song through her own label, Vanner Records, partnered with IMPERIAL to distribute the new track. “If You Were Mine” brings together Lambert’s distinct country vocals and Bridges’ beloved R&B style.

Lambert expressed her admiration for Bridges as an artist and their shared Texan roots. Collaborating with Ashley Monroe and Jesse Frasure to write the track, Lambert penned the song specifically with Bridges in mind. They sprinkled in a few Texas references, such as the Frio River, to add a personal touch.

Lambert took to Instagram to share behind-the-scenes footage of her and Bridges recording the single, elaborating on how the duet came to be. She emphasized that she wouldn’t have released it if he hadn’t wanted to be a part of it.

This country song paints a vivid picture of the lengths they would go to in order to preserve love. From reaching for stars in the sky to capturing the moon itself, their devotion knows no bounds.

The songs chorus sings, “I’d make sure your stars are shining/ Sure as the Frio’s winding/I’d bottle you up like lightning/ I’d rope the moon for you/A million times/That’s what I’d do/If you were mine.”

“If You Were Mine” follows the release of Lambert’s ninth studio album, Palomino, which debuted just over a year ago. Bridges’ last album, Gold-Diggers Sound, was released almost two years ago in 2021.

Listen to Miranda Lambert and Leon Bridges’ new song “If You Were Mine” below: