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Miley Cyrus Is 'Younger Now' On Her Brand New Single

Written by Leo Baldi

Miley Cyrus finally announced the follow-up to the 2015 independent masterpiece Miley And Her Dead Petz  and did so by releasing a brand new single,  302 more words

Music

Miley Cyrus - Younger Now

Feels like I just woke up
Like all this time I've been asleep
Even though it's not who I am
I'm not afraid of who I used to be

No one stays the same (oh, oh)
You know what goes up must come down (oh, oh)
Change is a thing you can count on (oh, oh)
I feel so much younger now (oh, oh)

Feels like I've been living in a dream
But never make it to the end
My eyes open when they feel the light
It's always right before I'm about to scream

No one stays the same (oh, oh)
You know what goes up must come down (oh, oh)
Change is a thing you can count on (oh, oh)
I feel so much younger now (oh, oh)

What goes up must come down
What goes up must come down
What goes up must come down
What goes up must come down (yeah)

No one stays the same (oh, oh)
You know what goes comes back around (oh, oh)
Change is a thing you can count on (oh, oh)
I feel so much younger now (oh, oh)
I feel so much younger now (oh, oh)
I feel so much younger now (oh, oh)
Lyrics

H.E embraces S.H.E

Breathing Pattern: BreatheIn: Heart.Expression Inhale: Gratitude Exhale: Spirtual.Heart.Expansion BreatheOut: Being Us

Above all else, today, the Heart embraces Heartbeat and creation begins again!

Who knows what tomorrow brings? 412 more words

Now

When to be Thankful

If you wait until your life is perfect to be thankful, you’ll be waiting until you get to heaven.

Don’t wait.

Embrace the imperfect now. 270 more words

Just A Minute

morning meditation (or why I will not get out of bed just yet).

I want to stay here, immobile, or almost immobile and take a trip inside myself.

I want to take the time and the care necessary to feel the air caressing the skin on my cheeks.   138 more words

The Stick of Butter | Rettub fo Kcits Eht

Violence warning! PG-13

There once lived a stick of butter. The stick of butter was very lonely, and every time a person came near, instead of playing with it, the person would instead go inside the refrigerator and toast a slice of bread, and then use a knife and cut off a body part of the butter and smear it all over the hot bread. 584 more words

Now.

Before I was even born my grandmother had already spent a lifetime defending and deflecting. Minimizing herself and suffering through the effects of violent acts perpetrated against her because she was female. 3,755 more words

Life