Miley Cyrus is reportedly targeting her ex-husband Liam Hemsworth in the lyrics of her upcoming album
She’s been through a year of ups, downs and break-ups, and it looks like she’s going to be blowing out some dirty laundry on her next album.
Miley Cyrus is working hard on her seventh studio album, entitled She Is Miley Cyrus, ed The sun reports that there are at least a few references to her botched marriage to ex-husband Liam Hemsworth in it.
The 27-year-old singer from We Can’t Stop reportedly focuses directly on Liam in a few songs, including one called Win Some, Lose Some, where she sings, ‘Can’t count all the times that I faked it, thank God for the thoughts in my head. ‘
She’s a man eater: Miley Cyrus seems to be airing some dirty laundry on her next album, according to some recently leaked lyrics; this month on The Tonight Show
The full lyrics were:
Last night the nail was in the box, Lord knows we were already dead. Look back and the memory is haunted, I can’t believe we did it again, yes. I can’t count all the times I’ve faked it, thank goodness for the thoughts in my head. ‘
While it remains unconfirmed whether Win Some, Lose Some will indeed make it onto the latest release of the new record, references to her long on-off love are present, including in the chorus:
‘You know me best, but you hurt me the worst, my love. I can’t pretend anymore. ‘
The We Can’t Stop singer reportedly focuses directly on ex Liam Hemsworth in a few songs, including one where she sings, “Can’t count all the times that I faked it”; seen in 2019
Cyrus and her Last Song costar, who have been on and off since filming that movie in 2009 and later married in December 2018, then split in a very public divorce in August last year.
In another potential track from the new album, WTF Do I Know, Miley reflects, “Maybe get married to be a distraction.”
Still other lyrics seem to be aimed at the Australian actor when she sings:
‘You wanted an apology? Not mine. I had to leave you in your own misery. So tell me baby am I wrong moving on? And I don’t even miss you.
While it remains unconfirmed whether Win Some, Lose Some will make it onto the new record, the references to her long-lasting on-off love are there: ‘You know me best, but you’re hurting me the worst, my love. I can’t pretend anymore ‘; Seen Miley on Instagram this week
“I thought it would be you until I die, but I let it go,” she says offspring.
She’s Miley Cyrus, what Cosmopolitan said earlier this month will have a ‘heavy rock and roll vibe’ will be released by RCA Records on an as yet unspecified date.
And while the Adore You hitmaker reportedly started work on the new album shortly before the release of her latest album, 2017’s Younger Now, it seems pretty clear that the new record was informed by her starry breakup from Hemsworth last summer, not to mention her more recent splits from rebound Kaitlynn Carter and Cody Simpson.
About: Cyrus and her Last Song costar, who went on and off since the shooting of that movie in 2009 and later married in December 2018, then split up in a very public divorce in August last year
In another potential track from the new album, WTF Do I Know, Miley reflects: “Maybe get married to cause distraction”; seen on The Tonight Show
Miley’s latest album was originally intended to be released across a trilogy of extensive pieces, one of which, entitled She Is Coming, was released last year.
But between her divorce, vocal cord surgery, and the COVID-19 pandemic, Cyrus decided to scrap those plans and go the traditional route of releasing the record all at once.
And while current hit Midnight Sky is the lead single from She Is Miley Cyrus, Miley’s Smilers fan base has yet to get the final say on when the rest of the record will drop.
Ex Files: It seems clear that Miley’s new record was informed by her starry breakup from Hemsworth last summer, not to mention her more recent split from Cody Simpson …
… and rebound Kaitlynn Carter; Seen together last September