Miranda Lambert’s ‘All Kinds of Kinds’ – Song Review
Miranda Lambert's new single, 'All Kinds of Kinds' is a one of a kind new track from the fastest girl in town...
From a cross-dressing congressman to a dog-faced boy and a pharmacist that just can't quit, this song will definitely ruffle some feathers. But Miranda's message of acceptance is ultimately the theme.
"Now, some point a finger and let ignorance linger / If they'd look in the mirror they'd find / That ever since the beginning to keep the world spinning / It takes all kinds of kinds."
'All Kinds of Kinds' is the fifth single to be released from 'Four the Record,' but the first track on the album.
Miranda sings that everyone has something to hide, or something that they would rather not have the public know about...
"Thomas was a congressman with a closet full of skeletons / And dresses that he wore on Friday nights / Phyllis was a pharmacist, a dab of that, a pinch of this / Concocted to suppress her appetite / When the children were fiddlin' she'd slip 'em some Ritalin / And wait for Thomasina to arrive / Cause ever since the beginning to keep the world / spinning / It takes all kinds of kinds."
It's definitely not a song every artist would jump first for, but Miranda's "I don't care what you think of me" attitude allows her to sing this song with passion and pride.
Listen to Miranda Lambert's 'All Kinds of Kinds' here -