“I didn’t want to leave you, I didn’t want to lie, I started to cry but then I remembered. I can buy myself flowers,” is what Cyrus’s song says in the song whose premiere was tied with Hemsworth’s 33rd birthday.
“Flowers” has already surpassed the theme “BZRP Music Session #53”: Cyrus’s song accumulates more than reproductions on the music platform until January 19. It is worth noting the influence of the language in which each one is interpreted, which is very relevant for a Spanish-language production, although it is extremely complex to compete with the penetration that English has globally.
With “Flowers”, Cyrus is officially presenting her new album Endless Summer Vacationwhose preview gave a “stronger and more secure” vision of the singer and which will delve into more intimate reflections on her path to personal healing in an intimate way.
Although it’s been two years since Cyrus divorced HemsworthThe suspicion that the “Hannah Montana” actress sought to send a message to the Australian actor with that theme was generated when the singer chose precisely the day of her ex’s birthday to present this theme.
Let’s remember that on her most recent visit to Mexico at the Corona Capital, the singer from Tennessee was emotional as it was the last recital she offered before her 30th birthday. During her participation in front of more than 70,000 attendees, she left the stage to hug her mother and referred to the importance of being well with herself.
I can buy myself flowers Write my name in the sand Talk to myself for hours Say things you don’t understand
Fans searched for other possible references Cyrus might have made to the fickle decade-long relationship – a short marriage after a long courtship – she had with Hemsworth, one of the most obvious being her reversal of the chorus of the song. song “When I Was Your Man” by Bruno Mars.
Cyrus takes responsibility for her own happiness: “I can love myself better than you can,” while acknowledging how hard it was for her to see the home she sought to build “burn.”
Less than a month before Valentine’s Day, breakups and issues of love affairs are taking over the lists, this 2023 did not start with all the love we thought.