Was Miranda Lambert's Lyric Change-Up About Blake Shelton?

Miranda Lambert is no longer livin’ in Oklahoma, and she’s making it known during her new Livin’ Like Hippies tour.

The country star set the Internet ablaze this weekend when she changed the lyric in her hit song “Little Red Wagon” from its original “I live in Oklahoma” to the new “I got the hell out of Oklahoma.” 


A clip of the performance went viral, causing fans online to begin asking whether or not the lyric change-up was meant as a dig at ex-husband Blake Shelton.

When Blake and Miranda called it quits in 2015, Miranda moved to Nashville, while Blake kept the couple’s farm in the Sooner State.

But one fan wasn’t so convinced the “out of Oklahoma” lyric had anything to do with BS.


“It’s a tongue-in-cheek lyric change because she doesn’t live in Oklahoma anymore,” @chickenwench shared. “Is she supposed to keep singing that she lives in OK when she doesn’t or stop singing a fan fave song? People are reading way too much into it.”

What are your thoughts? Sound off on social @cmtcody now!

Miranda’s Livin’ Like Hippies tour continues through March.

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