…when I think of Miley Cyrus.
Goodness, girl. Go get ’em.
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16 thoughts on “THIS is not what I think of…”
Hola Myndi! I really enjoyed this video of Miley. She has grown before the public eye, known for her name, but not her story. She is a beautiful soul!
Mercy, this is lovely. Kind of soulful and even haunting in a way. LOVE it!!
Exactly my thoughts!
Never heard any of her work before. This is REALLY nice, what would be called a hot recording. Her voice really pops out at you.
Such a nice Alto.
She has a beautiful, clear voice, but her style sounds like hippie folk music. She needs her dad to teach her how to sing country.
*NOOOOOO* Not the hippie folk music!!! *sniggle*
Wow! How have I not seen this before? Love this…. Reminds me of the first time I heard Gretchen Wilson do “I Don’t Feel Like Loving You Today”. The true power of her vocal ability shimmered… Does that make sense? Beautiful!
Totally makes sense. She’s really, really talented.
Did you know that Jeff Buckley (the guy that sang Hallelujah) did the song first? She did it so much better! And that’s saying something because I like him…LOL!
I had no idea. I did Jeff Buckley, too…although my favorite version of Hallelujah is Rufus Wainright’s. His voice is smooth like butter.
Love this rendition! Looked for it on itunes but she hasn’t published it yet unless you know of another place I can download it? Thanks for sharing!
I haven’t looked into it, Teresa! I’ll let you know if I come across anything.
No, I”ve always thought she was a git, when I thought of her at all. I like this less in your face side.