“Muddy Feet,” the ninth song on the record, has fans already talking about the explosive lyrics, as the song alludes to betrayal and cheating from a past lover.
“I don’t know / Who the hell you think you’re messin’ with,” Miley sings. “Get the fuck out of my house with that s–t / Get the f–k out of my life with that s–t.”
However, it’s one particular message that hit fans like a wrecking ball: “And you smell like perfume that I didn’t purchase / Now I know why you’ve been closing the curtains (Uh-uh) / Get the f–k out of my house.”
But aside from relationships and heartbreak, Miley’s eighth album also shares insight on a journey to self-love. Take for instance, her song, “Wonder Woman,” that describes someone picking up the pieces all by herself.
“She’s a wonder woman / She knows what she likes,” she sings. “Never know she’s broken / ‘Cause she’s always fine / She’s a million moments / Lived a thousand lives.”
Elsewhere, the Black Mirror alum noted a moment of self-reflection: “When her favorite record’s on and she’s dancing in the dark / She can’t stop her eyes from welling up, up / She makes sure that no one’s ’round to see her fall apart / She wants to be thе one that never doеs.”