Boys From The South

Album: Hell On Heels (2011)
  • Pistol Annies is an all-female trio comprising Miranda Lambert and fellow songwriters Angaleena Presley and Ashley Monroe. Lambert explained the inspiration for this song to Billboard magazine: "I started thinking about how Southern boys just have a certain charm about them," she said. "It's one of our favorite songs on the album. Every time I play it live anywhere, especially below the Mason-Dixon, people love it."

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