Miley Cyrus accused the former traitor of dirty feet: It smells of perfume that I did not buy
Although the majority of Miley Cyrus’ new album Endless Summer Vacation is made up of sensual love songs, there are some vicious songs that come after the lead single,
«Flowers.» In «Muddy Feet,» one of those songs, she rips against an anonymous ex for betraying her.
I don’t know who the heck you think you’re messing with, get the f*** out of my house with that s***, get the f*** out of my life with that s***, Miley sings in the song’s first verse.
She explains before the chorus that the song’s focus scorned her by becoming unfaithful. She even makes a hint that the guy may have cheated on her at home.
You also smell like perfume that I didn’t buy, Miley continues. «Now I see why you’ve been drawing the drapes,»
In the chorus, Miley says that when her lover keeps «comin’ ’round with muddy feet,» she is prepared to «do something about it.»
Back and forth, always questioning my questioning, she sings as she enters the second stanza. Get that s*** out of my bed and out of my thoughts, for the love of God.
«Jaded,» another song from Endless Summer Vacation, also deals with a breakup, although it does so in a less brutal manner. In the song «Jaded,»
Miley reflects on a past romance and laments how «f****** shameful» the way it ended up being. She sings, «I won’t lie, it won’t be easy when somebody fresh is on your body,»
in the song’s bridge, acknowledging that moving on is difficult. I’ll change my phone number but keep your t-shirt; it can be faded and ripped if you like.