Miley Cyrus's New Song Sorta Explains Why She Split From Liam Hemsworth
"If I spent a week without you, I'd probably have so much fun..."
A new Miley Cyrus album is coming your way seriously soon, and in the run up to the big drop next week she’s been releasing a few track teasers to get everyone hyped. So cheers Miley, consider us officially hyped.
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But amongst a handful of song snippets, ‘Week Without You’ landed as its own single on Spotify and the cheeky lyrics of the mellow track have got everyone talking
Why? Because the country-inspired tune seems to give a few major clues into her break up with Liam Hemsworth. Yep, the tea is HOT.
The slow melody and country vibes of Miley’s new song could fool you into thinking that it’s all warm and fuzzy inside, but the words of ‘Week Without You’ are actually all about the temptation of the single life when you’re in a relationship.
Fans are now pretty convinced that, with Miley the only name listed as a songwriter, it was inspired by the break up that #Liley went through in 2013.
Some of the words include: “If I spent a week without you, bet you’d wonder what I’d do. I think that I’d start going out, get caught kissing other dudes.”
Y'know, which kind of points to the fact that Miley dated a few other people when she was single, including Patrick Schwarzenegger and Stella Maxwell.
There’s also: “It seems you just wanna bring me down, with your bad attitude.
“When you know I’m not one to keep dealing with the shit, that you put me through.”
The chorus goes on: “I know that I gave you my heart but you stomped it to the ground. And that’s what got me wondering what it’s like, to not have you around.”
It's no secret that Miley has admitted to feeling held back in their relationship the first time around before going through the whole foam finger and tongue out phase.
Miley also sings: “I’d go and grab my old blue jeans, I’m sick of wearing this silly dress.”
“You know I’d miss you, baby. Feels like I’ve known you since I was 7 years old.”
You don’t need to be too brushed up on your Liley history to see that this one points to her huge change in style following their break up. Oh, and the fact that they first met when she was just a teenager.
We're onto you, Cyrus.
Words by Lucy Wood