Views: 43,776,323
Comments: 7,137
Posted: 2009 11-14


Artist or Show

You are not currently tracking Miranda Lambert

this artist

You are not currently tracking Promo Videos from 2009

this show


Artist Vitals
Total Clips77
Active Streams39
Missing Streams38
Commercially Available0
Artist RP Ranking90%
If you are a copyright holder of this video and believe that this content infringes your intellectual property rights, please submit a Notice of Claimed Infringement.


This video is provided and hosted from a third-party server. RockPeaks is not responsible for any activities originating with such third-party server. If you believe this linked content infringes your intellectual property rights, please click the flag icon above and follow the instructions.

YouTube Uploader: mirandalambertVEVO

The official music video for “White Liar” by Miranda Lambert.

Purchase/Stream Revolution:
Sign up to receive email updates from Miranda Lambert:

Subscribe to Miranda Lambert’s Channel:
See Miranda Lambert on Tour:

Follow Miranda:

#MirandaLambert #WhiteLiar #Revolution #CountryMusic

Retrieved from Wikipedia:
White Liar on Wikipedia
"White Liar"
Miranda Lambert-White Liar.jpg
Single by Miranda Lambert
from the album Revolution
ReleasedAugust 17, 2009
FormatCD single
Music download
LabelColumbia Nashville
Writer(s)Natalie Hemby
Miranda Lambert[1]
Producer(s)Frank Liddell
Mike Wrucke
Miranda Lambert singles chronology

"White Liar" is a song co-written and recorded by American country music artist Miranda Lambert. It was released in August 2009 as the second single from her album Revolution. Lambert performed "White Liar" on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on October 6, 2009, and on the 2009 CMA Awards on November 11, 2009. In December 2009, the song became Lambert's second Top 10 hit and reached a peak of number 2 on the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Songs chart for the week of February 6, 2010. The song was written by Lambert and Natalie Hemby.

Lambert donated the original, handwritten copy of "White Liar" to the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum for public display behind a glass case.


  • 1 Content
  • 2 Reception
  • 3 Music video
  • 4 Chart and sales performance
  • 5 Charts
    • 5.1 Year-end charts
  • 6 Awards and Nominations
  • 7 References
  • 8 External links


"White Liar" is a moderate up-tempo song in the key of F major with a flattened 7th backed primarily by steel guitar. The female narrator in the song describes confronting her man for cheating, whom she refers to as being a "white liar" for deceiving her, in reference to the term white lie.


"White Liar" has received positive reviews from critics. Dan Milliken of Country Universe gave the song a B rating, stating that although "the melody and production are reminiscent of Little Big Town’s best rustic country-rock, and there’s a much more commanding hook here than “Dead Flowers” had, the effort is compromised by throwaway lines. The shortage of lyrical meat gives the song an “undeveloped storyboard” kind of feel, but the overall energy of the execution goes a long way toward making up for it."[2] Bobby Peacock of Roughstock gave a generally favorable review as well, noting that the song "shows a sense of growth — a sense to become even more lyrically-oriented than on even her critically acclaimed first two albums" but adding that he considered the bridge undeveloped.[3]

"White Liar" received three nominations (for Single of the Year, Song of the Year, and Video of the Year) at the 2010 Academy of Country Music Awards; of these, Lambert took home the award for Video of the Year. The song was also ranked #11 on Engine 145's Best Country Songs of 2009[4] and at #35 on Roughstock's Top 40 Best Singles of 2009.[5]

Music video

The music video, which was directed by Chris Hicky, made its premiere during CMT's Big New Music Weekend on October 2, 2009.[6][7] The video is set at Lambert's wedding; as she walks down the aisle, she passes numerous women all of which her groom has cheated on her with. When she reaches the altar, she announces that she had been lying too, and runs off with the best man (Greg Sestero). The video features a cameo appearance of Jamey Johnson as the preacher. Lambert's parents and band members were among the wedding guests, and Lambert's long-time friend, Lacey, was the maid of honor.

"White Liar" debuted at number 10 on CMT's Top Twenty Countdown for the week of October 16, 2009;[8] it has since reached number 1 for the week of February 12, 2010. It debuted at number 4 on GAC's Top 20 Countdown for the week of October 30, 2009.

Chart and sales performance

"White Liar" debuted at number 50 on the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Songs chart for the chart week of September 5, 2009; the song entered the Top 10 in its sixteenth week on the chart, reaching a peak of number 2 for the week of February 6, 2010, only behind "The Truth" by Jason Aldean. It later debuted at number 98 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 for the chart week of October 31, 2009. Following her performance on the CMAs, it jumped from number 66 to number 38 to become Lambert's first Top 40 hit on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100. The song also reached number 1 on the Mediabase Country Chart. It has sold 1,202,000 copies in the US as of May 2013.[9]


  1. ^ ""White Liar" listing". Broadcast Music Incorporated. Retrieved 2009-08-26. 
  2. ^ Country Universe: Miranda Lambert, “White Liar”
  3. ^ Roughstock Blog: Miranda Lambert - "White Liar"
  4. ^ Engine 145: The Best Country Songs of 2009
  5. ^ Roughstock Blog: The Best Singles of 2009: Miranda Lambert - "White Liar" (#35)
  6. ^ Nine Major Videos to Premiere During CMT Big New Music Weekend
  7. ^ CMT Videos: Music Binge - 10.2.09 : White Liar
  8. ^ CMT Top Twenty Countdown: Top 20 From Week of October 16, 2009
  9. ^ Paul Grein (May 22, 2013). "Week Ending May 19, 2013. Songs: Idol's Diminishing Returns". Chart Watch. Yahoo. 
  10. ^ "Miranda Lambert – Chart history" Billboard Hot Country Songs for Miranda Lambert. Retrieved January 29, 2011.
  11. ^ "Miranda Lambert – Chart history" Billboard Hot 100 for Miranda Lambert. Retrieved January 29, 2011.
  12. ^ "Miranda Lambert – Chart history" Canadian Hot 100 for Miranda Lambert. Retrieved January 29, 2011.
  13. ^ "Best of 2010: Country Songs". Billboard. Prometheus Global Media. 2010. Retrieved December 13, 2010. 

External links

  • Lyrics of this song at MetroLyrics

Complete Video List

Sort By:
          Enter your Rock Peaks username.
          Enter the password that accompanies your username.
          Forgot Password?

          Not a Member Yet?


          It's Free!