We’ve all played and re-played Miley Cyrus‘s new song, “Nothing Breaks Like a Heart”, with Mark Ronson so many times since it dropped, right? Right.
So, you know about that line in the song that goes “This burning house / There’s nothing left / It’s smoking and we both know it”? Miley is calling it a “strange prediction” in a new interview with Ryan Seacrest.
The 26-year-old singer opened up about the line and how it foreshadowed her home being burnt down by the recent California Wildfires last month.
“I’m in a really good healing place right now,” Miley shared. “I definitely learned a lot. My dad [Billy Ray Cyrus] has always told me ‘Life is a series of adjustments’ and sometimes we never understand what our parents are telling us until we start to experience life more.”
“…I’m starting to really understand what that means now experiencing something as life-changing and devastating as a natural disaster. It’s a really deep character challenge to see the way you react to loss.”
She continued, adding that “[the song has] really important messages that I wanted to physically share…it was ‘What really breaks our heart?’ And it’s the loss of children, the loss of lives — just all the violence that we see every single day.”
“We really focused on the video, on celebrity culture versus like the important things in life and how you can marry the two because politics are a big part of my life, but just fun entertaining pop culture is also something I really love and that escape in music,” Miley says. “We tried to make a video that everyone could be entertained by and also make people think a little harder.”
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