In a Billboard cover story, Miley Cyrus sounds both grown up and cocky.

First, she admits which she’s come a prolonged approach given she auditioned for Hannah Montana at the age of 12:

“I’m only at a sure place where I’ve altered a lot as a person. I’ve grown up a lot, which everybody does.”

From Billboard

That’s positively true, but not everybody talks about her song as if it’s full of heart, essence and surpassing definition which simply can’t be found in the cocktail world. Check out how Cyrus describes her arriving album:

“I attend to 0 cocktail music, which is unequivocally uncanny for someone who creates cocktail music. My 13-year-old self would have knocked about up my 17-year-old self since she would be like, ‘You’re a sellout!’ But that’s not what it is.

“It’s not dance song that’s only about, ‘Ooh, I’m in the bar and everyone’s seeking at me.’ It equates to something. I’m not only sitting here perplexing to sell glitz and glamour… since no one lives which life. A lot of [pop] songs have been super shallow, but this song isn’t.”

Actually, Miles, your song is EXACTLY similar to that. The lyrics to “Can’t Be Tamed” embody these lines: Have to get my way/24 hours a day/‘Cause I’m prohibited similar to that/Every man everywhere only gives me insane attention…

That’s some-more super shoal than many kiddie pools.

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