Keith Urban and Miranda Lambert Collaborated for the Song “We Were Us”

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January 10, 2019

“We Were Us”

In 2013, Keith Urban released his single “We Were Us,” from his eighth studio album Fuse. “We Were Us” was written by Nicolle Gaylon, Jon Nite, and Jimmy Robbins. His single entered different charts in the US and in Canada. It reached number one on the Hot Country and Country Airplay charts. Furthermore, the song placed at number twenty-six on the Billboard Hot 100. Urban’s single was Platinum-certified by RIAA in 2014.

Photo Credit: Keith Urban/ Official Facebook Page

Keith Urban collaborated with country singer, Miranda Lambert, for this song. It made them won the CMA’s Musical Event of the Year.

Lambert and Urban’s voice perfectly harmonized together. They have received positive reviews regarding their collaboration. However, the song’s production has been given a mixed review.

About the Song

The narrator of the song remembers his past lover, and the memories they have shared together. Whenever he drives down the road they used to travel, it brings back memories of them together. In addition, he also mentioned that listening to a song he knows sounds different now because it makes him remember her instead of not thinking of anyone.

Back when that song was a song

I could sing along without thinkin bout you every time itcame on

Every beat, every line, every word, every time

When a road was a road

I could roll on through without wishin that empty seat wasyou

Fuse, The Album

Fuse, a country-pop album, was released in 2013. The album reached number one on both the Country Albums and Billboard 200 charts. Furthermore, it also entered the Australian, Canadian, and New Zealand charts. Urban released six singles from his album, four of which reached number one on the US Country Airplay chart (“Little Bit of Everything,” “We Were Us,” “Somewhere in My Car,” and “Raise ‘Em Up”).

Check out the collaboration of Miranda Lambert and Keith Urban for “We Were Us.”