Is This Leaked New Miley Song About Her Breakup With Liam Hemsworth?

Miley Cyrus has reportedly spoken about her breakup with Liam Hemsworth in new song Last Goodbye


by Sophie Cullinane |
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In the nine months since Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth broke off their engagement, a lot of speculation has been made about how she’s recovering from her relationship. For what it’s worth, Miley has always been pretty positive about the split in the media and told *Elle*in April how it’s made her stonger:

‘When I was with (Liam) or when I was on Disney, the thing that gave me the most anxiety was not knowing what to do with myself when Disney wasn’t there to carry me anymore or if I didn’t have him.

‘I lay in bed at night by myself and I’m totally okay, and that’s so much stronger than the person three year ago who have thought they would have died if they didn’t have a boyfriend.’

But her new song Last Goodbye, which was leaked online this weekend before quickly being removed, seems to be Miley’s first attempt to lament the breakup publically for the first time. Before the song was removed, some resourceful fans managed to jot down some of the lyrics and they seem pretty personal.

Hollywood Life reports the lyrics include the lines: ‘We never said that we would be perfect, We only said that we tried.

‘And when you said that we were forever, I guess that’s just another lie, Let me slip right through your fingers, I hope you know it’s real this time.’

Liam and Miley apparently broke up twice before they eventually ended their engagement, which seems to be confirmed in some of the other lyrics in the song.

‘I don’t wanna let you go if you still love me, Cause I don’t wanna see you cry.

‘But it feels like you and I are dying, And there’s no one that can save our lives.’

We guess the only person who can know for sure is Miley – and everyone also assumed that Wrecking Ball was about Liam, which she later denied- but from the lyrics we’ve seen so far, it does kind of look like the rumours might be true, doesn’t it? Answers on a postcard please…

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This article originally appeared on The Debrief.

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