Miranda Lambert’s new single “It All Comes Out In The Wash” is a song inspired by her mother and Grandmother.
She told Billboard of the songwriting session, “I walked in and I was like, ‘You know what? Everything’s fine. No matter what happens, it all comes out in the wash,’ which is something my mom and grandma always would say — and it’s true. Everything finds a resolve, and at the end of the day it doesn’t matter. My last record went through a lot of the trials to tribulations I had been going through personally, and I feel like I’m kind of over the hump and this song represents that in a really great way.”
Miranda also has a favorite line in the new song, “I kind of love ‘The Tide stick will get it.’ That’s one of my favorites. I remember we were writing the song and just having fun writing it. Really, we were just talking about scenarios that had either happened to us as a group or someone we know, and the Tide stick came up and we all cracked up. The funny part is, I remember being at Target the next week and finding a whole bin of Tide sticks. I was like, ‘Yup, gonna have to need one of those.'”