Miranda Lambert's First Co-Writer Was Her Dad

MIRANDA LAMBERT was taping a TV special in Nashville Tuesday night, and called up a special guest to sing with her . . . her father, Rick.

It was an acoustic show, where the songwriters from her last album, "The Weight of These Wings", talked about what went in to each song. That doesn't include her dad, so apparently throwing him into the mix was a last minute decision.

Miranda said onstage, quote, "My dad was my very first co-writer I ever had. He taught me how to play guitar and he taught me my love of music. Dad and I haven't sang this song together, except by a campfire, in a long time."

Then they played "Greyhound Bound for Nowhere", a song they wrote together from her first album.

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