The 31-year-old country star already sent out a subtle message on Thursday in regard to how she's feeling about the current drama in her life by quoting Lake Street Drive's song, "Better Than," and on Friday, she Instagrammed about Don Williams' classic track, "Come Early Morning."
"The break of Don....#everyday #musicismedicine," Miranda wrote.
The lyrics of the country tune tell the story of a lonely man, who's soon to be reunited with his significant other.
"I been a walkin', walkin' in the moonlight/Trippin' in the starlight, Lord, and I'm feelin' down," the lyrics read. " ... And I was a-sinkin', feelin' kinda lonesome/ Come early morning I'll be home at my honey's side."
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Clearly, there's also a bit of a struggle.
"I have drifted up across the mountains/I have stumbled down the other side," the chorus reads. "I've been tempted, tried and troubled/Come early mornin' I'll be home/And satisfied..."
Miranda was even more pointed on Thursday by outright quoting Lake Street Dive, and seemingly alluding to all the hubbub surrounding Blake and Gwen. "I could spend ages reading the news / I could spend days, singing the blues," she quoted the lyrics. "But I turn up the TV light / Give up without a fight / Better than pretending to know what's wrong and what's right."
"This song. This band. These lyrics," Lambert added.
Meanwhile, 39-year-old Blake and 46-year-old Gwen appear to only be heating up. A source confirms to ET that the musicians have already penned a song together, but it's yet to be confirmed if the new couple has recorded it yet.
The couple has also certainly not been discreet about their new romance. The two were snapped holding hands and walking out and about in Nashville on Wednesday, not shying away from PDA in front of the cameras.
Watch how Miranda's gal-pals like Carrie Underwood and Kellie Pickler have been supporting her in the video below.