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Miranda Lambert continues to wow fans with special moments on her European tour. Since she’s playing overseas, there aren’t as many bells and whistles as she might have here in America. Miranda doesn’t need any distractions to take away from her music, though. This performance of “Over You” at her recent show in Manchester, England, proves Miranda is at her best when she’s simply communicating the song with the audience.

Miranda co-wrote “Over You” with Blake Shelton about the loss of his brother, Richie, in a car accident. The song applies to anyone who’s lost a loved one, though.

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This particular performance is especially poignant, as it takes place at a music venue in Manchester. You’ll recall just last May a bomb exploded at the city’s arena following a concert by Ariana Grande. The attack claimed the lives of 23 adults and children, so “Over You” serves as a fitting tribute to those lives lost.

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Miranda continues her European trek through August 27 with a show in Ireland. She’ll head north to Anchorage, Alaska, on September 25 before continuing her current tour through Canada in early October.

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Hunter Kelly is a senior correspondent for Rare Country. Follow him on Twitter @Hunterkelly.
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