Blake Shelton
Blake Shelton poses backstage with his Male Vocalist of the Year and Album of the Year awards for "Based on a True Story" at the 47th Country Music Association Awards in NashvilleReuters

Country singer-songwriter and "The Voice" judge Blake Shelton's 10th studio album, "If I'm Honest," enjoyed quite a success on its release in May. To continue the album's positive recognition and to supply his fans with more content from the album, the singer recently released a music video for "She's Got A Way With Words," the third single from the record.

Directed by Adam Rothlein and shot in a dentist's office in the singer's hometown of Tishomingo, Oklahoma, the video sees Shelton playing poker while enjoying a drink at a bar. He also plays pool in the bar's basement. According to People Magazine, Shelton had purchased the dentist's office and transformed it into a dive bar for the video's shooting schedule.

Sonically, "She's Got A Way With Words" is a guitar-heavy country track that takes influences from rock and vintage country music. Its rhythmic structure, guitar licks and soulful chorus can remind you of country rock music in the 1970s.

Lyrically, the song provides a biting twist in what is otherwise an out-and-out break-up song. With lyrics such as "She put the hang in hangover" and "She put the 'SOB' in sober," it sarcastically talks about a conflicted woman who put her lover through a bitter relationship. Written by Wyatt Earp, Andy Albert and Marc Beeson, the track has enjoyed moderate success in charts upon its audio release earlier in June.