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Miley Wanted to Break Up With Liam in February — So Why Didn’t She?

Miley Cyrus puts on another provacative performance at the iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las VegasClearly the girl is going through something.

No matter what you think about Miley’s new look — those eyebrows! — or VMA performance or the “Wrecking Ball” video or her new album Bangerz, when I read what she says — and has been saying a lot lately — I’m trying to keep this fact in mind: She is a 20-year-old “kid” dealing with the angst and drama that comes along with the coming-of-age years.

What 20-something doesn’t feel like their world is falling apart when their relationship ends? Miley let a little more info out when she spoke to Canada’s Fashion magazine.

She says her new song “Drive” is about the time when she was wrestling with the idea of ending her engagement to Liam Hemsworth.

She was thinking about breaking things off back in February and actually penned the track while working on Valentine’s Day.

“It’s about needing to leave someone but not really wanting to completely cut yourself off from the relationship,” she says, “It’s a time when you want to leave but you can’t. It’s also about moving on.”

After on-again-off-again moments, they officially announced the end of their engagement on September 16th.

A few days later on September 21st, Miley broke down on stage during a performance of “Wrecking Ball” at the iHeartRadio Music Festival.

A few days after that on September 28, she seemed to have recovered and fired off this thought:

Image via Pacific Coast News

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