Flashback Friday: Miranda Lambert Begins Four-Week Run At Number One

During this week in 2010, Miranda Lambert's hit "The House That Built Me" started a four-week ride at Number One on the Billboard country singles chart. She didn't write the song, but at the time she told us she knew from first listen that it was destined for greatness, if not the top of the charts. ["I just don't see how anyone can listen to this song and think that it's mediocre or think that it doesn't matter, because it's one of the most amazing, timeless lyrics I've ever heard, and I'm just fortunate. I'm just the artist that happened to hear it first and grab it because I know anybody that would've heard it would've taken it. It's one of those songs that's gonna be . . . it's gonna make history, definitely."] SOUNDCUE (:23 OC: . . . make history, definitely.)

These days, Miranda has a Top 10 hit on her hands with "Bluebird." It's her first solo Top 10 in six years, and it's the second single from her Wildcard album.

Miranda Lambert On ‘The House That Built Me’ :