Good thing she's a bad girl. Because that's the voice country hasn't had enough of. Think little girls are made of sugar and spice? Nope. It's "Gunpowder and Lead," says Lambert. Think your ex is nuts? Not as much as a "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend." But after all that hard-core
posturing, Lambert can still pull out the Opry in her voice, on songs
such as "Dry Town." And she polishes up a 1978 Emmylou Harris hit
"Easy From Now On" with her saucy twang.
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