This is the most wonderful thing we've heard all week.
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One of the many award show highlights was when the songstress closed out the show with a surprise drag queen-filled performance, and dropped a brand new FREE album!
Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz is one of Miley's most interesting yet, and has many stream-of-consciousness lyrics that give us great insight to the inner workings of the pop star's mind!
Find out what Miley has to say about her exes, her blowfish, yoga, religion, milk, and, well… humanity!
Space Boots taught us that even vegans are susceptible to broken hearts:
"My biggest fear is not being with you / The pain is so excruciating I don't know what I'd do / We're both vegan."
BB Talk made us feel bad for Maria Shriver:
"In the beginning it was like we were f**king homies and s**t and then all of a sudden you started with some f**king baby goo-goo tongue down my f**king throat I mean, even in front of your mom."
And also rid society of the stigma that comes with armpit sniffing/teeth licking:
"I just bury my head in your armpit which…weirdly smells good and your hair and your f**king teeth / Like, why the f**k would I wanna lick your teeth but I do."
Along with commenting on our dependance on technology, and fear of allowing ourselves to become dependent on another person:
"I like when you send me, you know, the, the queen emoji, but when I send back the monkey, you know, the ones with the, the hands over the eyes, that means that sh*t's just getting a little too weird for me."
I Forgive Yiew educated us on how yoga is the perfect way to repress homicidal thoughts:
"How dare you bring another chick in my bed / You lucky I'm doing my yoga or you might be dead."
Pablow the Blowfish gave us a heartbreaking restaurant order:
"On Saturday night, we all went out to eat / But I can never decide, so someone chose sushi / I got soup, and I ordered rice / But watching my friends eat my friends, ruined my appetite."
1 Sun warned us that our mistreating mother nature could come back and haunt us:
"Wake up, world / Can't you see the earth is crying / Wake up, world / Can't you see all the clouds are dying / And maybe one day there won't be rainbows / Grass won't be green and the sky, it won't be blue."
Milky Milky Milk was an obvious SLAM at the dairy industry:
"The milky, milky, milk / Your tongue milking me so hard / And from sucking on your nipples / Licking milky, milky stars."
Tiger Dreams compared religious persecution to that of Superman in Dawn of Justice:
"Such a weird f**kin' dream / Flyin' around into the sky like Superman / Chasing tigers and your arrows land themselves / Those religious f**ks will never understand."
Bang Me Box is a clear metaphor about the boundaryless media (or a horny roommate):
"I sleep with the door open if you want to come in while I'm sleeping / I'm always sleeping naked cause you wake up and you're creeping"
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