The song, featured on her current album 'Revolution,' takes the singer back to her childhood home as she rediscovers who she was as a young girl and is now as a woman."It's irritating how obvious videos are for certain songs sometimes," says the singer. "When they say 'little girl' and they show a little girl, and they say 'bicycle,' and they show a bicycle. And it goes with every word of the song. But this was one of those videos that needed to be really obvious ... [The director] found a house that looked a lot like the house I grew up in. There's no drama in the video. It just is what it is. It represents the song in such a great way."
The video, as well as the song, evokes a longing and wistful sentiment as Miranda walks through the home that now houses a new family. "It's real emotional, definitely," says the Lindale, Texas native. "The video is a tearjerker."
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