“Heart Like Mine” is the title of a song recorded by American country artist Miranda Leigh Lambert. It was released on January 2011 as the fifth and final single from her third studio album, Revolution which was released last September 29, 2009, via Columbia Nashville. The album includes the singles “Dead Flowers”, “White Liar”, “The House That Built Me” and “Only Prettier”, all of which have charted on the U.S. Billboard country chart. “Heart Like Mine” is an uptempo country song backed primarily by electric guitar, banjo, and steel guitar. The song’s female narrator describes being a little rough around the edges. However she ignores the criticism of her family and peers, stating that Jesus would understand a “heart like mine”. This song is written by Travis Howard, Miranda Lambert, Ashley Monroe and produced by Frank Liddell and Mike Wrucke.
“The House That Built Me” is a song recorded by American country artist Miranda Lambert. It was released in March 2010 as the third single from her third studio album, Revolution. It was written by Tom Douglas and Allen Shamblin and produced by Frank Liddell and Mike Wrucke.
This song is a country ballad, driven primarily by acoustic guitar with steel guitar fills. The song’s female narrator describes returning, as an adult, to the house that she grew up in, and asking the person who now lives in the house if she could step inside and take a look around. She refers to it as “the house that built [her],” because of all the memories that she had of growing up within its walls. It is also Miranda’s first single of her career that she did not have a hand in writing.