Miley Cyrus’s “Angels Like You” Sounds Like It’s About Kaitlynn Carter

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  • Miley Cyrus’s new song, “Angels Like You,” sounds like it’s about her ex, Kaitlynn Carter.
  • Fans are tweeting that the lyrics to Miley’s new song give away its meaning.

    The best part about your favorite artist releasing an album is that you have new music to listen to over, and over, and over again. The second best part is that you have a new set of lyrics to decipher. Miley Cyrus dropped Plastic Hearts yesterday and her fans are already trying to figure out the meaning of the lyrics, especially, “Angels Like You.” Some Smilers think that the song is about her ex, Kaitlynn Carter.

    “I know that you’re wrong for me / Gonna wish we never met on the day I leave I brought you down to your knees / ‘Cause they say that misery loves company / It’s not your fault I ruin everything / And it’s not your fault I can’t be what you need / Baby, angels like you can’t fly down here with me / I’ll put you down slow, love you goodbye / Before you let go, just one more time / Take off your clothes, pretend that it’s fine / A little more hurt won’t kill you / Tonight mama says you don’t look happy / Close your eyes.”

    The lyrics hint at a complicated relationship, which would make sense because Miley and Kaitlynn began hooking up after their breakups with Liam Hemsworth and Brody Jenner respectively. The friends-turned-girlfriends split after six weeks of dating, vacationing, and PDA.

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    “Miley doesn’t want a serious relationship,” a source told People at the time of the breakup. “She and Kaitlynn spent every day together, and it just wasn’t anything that Miley wanted to continue doing. She wants to focus on her career. It wasn’t an easy decision, but this is ultimately what she wants.”

    After comparing the details of Miley and Kaitlynn’s relationship, the Twitter consensus is that Kaitlynn most likely inspired some of the lyrics.

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    Either way, I’ll be listening to it on repeat.

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