Pistol Annies are back, and they have a lot to say. In a new song called "Sugar Daddy," the country trio of Miranda Lambert, Ashley Monroe and Angaleena Presley join their fierce voices together for a blues-infused ode to those mighty intriguing rich guys who know how to treat a woman.

The fact that they happen to have boats and diamonds in their arsenal certainly doesn’t hurt their cause.

My sugar daddy's got diamonds in his watch / Got a boat on the dock / 'Cause yeah, why not? I'm his lady," the three talents harmonize in the first chorus of this sexy slither of a song. "Give me some, sugar daddy."

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Of course, by the end of the song, make no mistake: these girls are in charge of this particular love affair. "I can call him down from the mountain / After I leave him high on the hog / I'll let him drink from the fountain / Or leave him wantin' more like a boss," they sing as it wraps.

The song is just one of a slew that are set to be featured on Pistol Annies' much-awaited third album Interstate Gospel. Just last week, the trio shared the high-reaching anthem "Stop Drop and Roll One."

"A lot of the lines from this song came from things we’ve said or things that our friends have said," they write in an Instagram post alongside a video of them previewing the song. "It’s actual quotes put to melody."

The group has also released "Best Years of My Life" and the eye-opening "Got My Name Changed Back" from the new album. The latter — a song with Lambert on lead vocals, inspired by a divorce — is the radio single.

Pistol Annies will further showcase their return to country music with a number of upcoming performances, including Oct. 25 at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville and Nov. 2 at the Town Hall in New York City.

Interstate Gospel also comes out on Nov. 2.

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