This CD cover image released by RCA Nashville shows "Platinum," by Miranda Lambert. (AP Photo/RCA Nashville)
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Miranda Lambert has learned something about human nature since becoming one of country music's most identifiable stars.Lambert's wild ride over the last two years is all over her ambitious, sprawling new album, "Platinum".Lambert's multifaceted musical reaction to the gossip press helps make "Platinum," out this week, her most diverse album yet.In the song, Lambert identifies with Priscilla Presley and the troubles she must have experienced in her life with Elvis. The song resulted from a catch-up session between Lambert and songwriter Natalie Hemby as Lambert gathered material for "Platinum". Lambert says she's learning to live with all the attention.
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