These days, between listening to Flowers by Miley Cyrus, we are committed to discovering all the references to Liam Hemsworth contained in the lyrics and in the video of the song. We found so many, just like in other songs by the singer: a large part of her discography is dedicated to her ex-husband, as if it were a sort of diary in which he recounted the various stages of his relationship. Here’s what we need to listen to if we want to create a Liam Hemsworth-themed playlist:
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NEVER BE ME
On Miley Cyrus’ latest album, plastic heart, Never be me seems to be dedicated to the actor. In the song, the singer warns a possible lover that she will never be the kind of woman he wants. We know it too: Liam has never appreciated Miley’s exuberance. Just see some videos of the red carpet in which they participated together.
We are facing one of ballads quintessential of Miley’s entire discography. There’s a line that goes, “Go ahead, we’re not 17. I’m not what I used to be anymore.” hints that the song was written, in 2019, after the second breakup. In fact, both met when they were little more than teenagers and, between ups and downs, they have been together for almost 10 years.
Let’s take a step back. The couple has recently returned together and the singer decides to dedicate this song to her boyfriend, describing what he feels and his sensations for this rediscovered feeling. In an interview on the occasion of the song’s release, the singer explained that she wanted to openly talk about her relationship, rather than letting the tabloids do it.
And maybe the most famous of all and, the one that together with the last release Flowerswe will forever bond over their romance. After calling off their engagement in 2014 and breaking up for the first time, Miley writes this song expressing her pain over her broken relationship. Indeed, during a concert, the singer explicitly dedicated it to her ex, wishing him to listen to her for the rest of her life, such as persecution.
Like the previous one, Drive is contained in Bangerz, the album entirely dedicated to her breakup with Liam Hemsworth. «I wrote it – Miley explained in an interview – while I was working on Valentine’s Day. Emotionally, it was a really difficult time. The song talks about the need to leave someone, but without wanting to completely detach. Photograph the moment when you want to leave but you can’t».
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Source: Vanity Fair
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