ACM Announces "Song Of The Decade" Winner

Miranda Lambert's "The House That Built Me" gets the huge honor.

(Nashville, TN)  --  The Academy of Country Music is announcing the Song of the Decade winner. 

The honor goes to Miranda Lambert, and songwriters Tom Douglas and Allen Shamblin, for "The House That Built Me."  The song was Lambert's first-ever number-one single. 

Jason Aldean was recently named the ACM Artist of the Decade. 

The remaining Decades Awards will be reveled in the upcoming weeks.

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