CMA Awards 2012: Blake Shelton's 'Over You' speech brings Miranda Lambert to tears

We're used to Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert being -- well, a little bit crude. They're not afraid to get a little tipsy and say something that isn't particularly politically correct. At last year's Country Music Association Awards, Lambert took no shame in telling the audience that Shelton was definitely getting lucky that night. This year, though, the couple struck a more somber note when they won the Song of The Year Award for "Over You."The song, which is performed by Lambert on her album "Four The Record," was written by the couple as a tribute to Shelton's brother Richie, who died at age 24 in a car accident. Blake was just 14 when his brother passed. When he accepted the award, Shelton remembered his father who passed away early this year. "My dad always told me son, you should write a song about your brother," Shelton said. "Tonight, even after he's gone, he's still...


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