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Miley Cyrus' “Love Someone” Lyrics Are So, So Savage

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With the release of Miley Cyrus' new album, Younger Now, it's time to put on the detective hat and get to work digging into the songs. The “Love Someone” lyrics are a huge diss to someone who messed with Miley the wrong way. Let's get to work and unpack some of the clues in this track.

Lyrics from the snippet Cyrus posted on Instagram include: “To make somebody stay you gotta love someone... you gotta love someone.” But what does it all mean? Here are the full lyrics:

I don't know what you've been told Or what they say about me I never give up, but give it a rest I ain't got time to worry about a mess And I'm kinda getting tired of dealing with all your stress I'm starting to think you have no heart, you don't even have a soul You always give in or ya try too late All I do is give and all you do is take I'm tired of protecting you from what you need to know, come on

Ever since the day that I met you I knew you weren't the one But nothing ever stops me from forgetting Packing all my sh*t and moving on

I'm not sure where I'd even go Cuz I made your house my home It's come to an end, I hate how it's been Lights are getting dim and the walls are caving in And it's time for this queen to go and find another throne When I give it up, I give it all I went and made you my life Don't you dare say I don't care When I need you most you know you're never there It'd be a cold day in hell before I'd ever be your wife, that's right

Ever since the day that I met you I knew you weren't the one But nothing ever stops me from forgetting Packing all my sh*t and moving on

Kickin' off my shoes and runnin' towards the sun I said "Nothing's really worth it unless you're having fun" To make somebody stay You gotta love someone You gotta love someone

Ever since the day that I met you I knew you weren't the one But nothing ever stops me from forgetting Packing all my sh*t and moving on

You gotta love someone You gotta love someone You gotta love someone You gotta love someone

Ouch. Let's dig a little deeper into Cyrus' album's overall theme for some hints. In May, the singer explained how her new album would be an attempt at “giving the world a hug,” as she told Billboard:

I have to ask myself, 'How am I going to create real change?' And not just ­f—ing preach to the choir anymore. This record is a reflection of the fact that yes, I don't give a f*ck, but right now is not a time to not give a f*ck about people. I'm ­giving the world a hug and saying, 'Hey, look. We're good — I love you.' And I hope you can say you love me back.

It seems like “Love Someone” is all about Miley getting rid of the negativity in her life and staying away from people who hurt her. Perhaps "Love Someone" is about doing what makes you happy and distancing yourself from those who don't. It also could be written about an ex or someone the singer still has bad blood with.

In terms of what the entire album means to Cyrus, the singer said on The Ellen DeGeneres Show:

I had a lot of butterflies performing 'Malibu,' 'Inspired,' 'Younger Now' because it's the first time where... it's really like publishing your diary where you let everyone in. So I've always written my songs but always had collaborators bouncing back and forth on ideas. And this time it's just saying, 'Hey, here's exactly what I think and feel about what I go through.'
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In addition, Cyrus told DeGeneres that the song “Rainbowland” is “saying if all of us are so different and we all look so different and different shades of humanity, what a rainbow we could really be and live in that land and celebrate it.”

Are you feeling those peace, love, and happiness vibes yet?

If not, take a look at what Cyrus said about doing her part to make the world a better place, as she told NPR:

I'm doing what I need to do. I'm working in my community. I'm changing the way people view sexuality. I'm working with suicide prevention programs. I'm feeding people that don't have food to eat. I'm doing my part as a human. You better go do your part if you're gonna even have one little opinion about what I do. You better be doing some great things for your community.

When Cyrus posted the teaser on Twitter, fans were (no pun intended) loving the track, with comments such as: “LOVE SOMEONE FOR THE NEXT SINGLE PLEASE,” “ITS SO GOOD OMG,” “I cant wait,” and “Those vocals omg.”

Cyrus can make more of an impact in a 13-second teaser clip than most singers can in a full song. Just sayin'.

Respect. You can listen to the full album on Spotify now.

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