Miley Cyrus Shares Studio Version Of “Inspired”

Get inspired by Miley Cyrus' new song... "Inspired."

The pop star is on a roll right now. Following her summery hit "Malibu," Miley live-premiered a new tune during her stint on the Today Show a couple weeks back. It was a hit, so she treated fans attending Ariana Grande's One Love Manchester benefit concert to the acoustic ditty.

She told the audience: "I’d like to wrap my arms around each and everyone one of you and tell you thank you from the bottom of our hearts. On behalf of all the artists here, I want to say thank you. For me, the most important responsibility we have on this entire planet is to take care of one another and look what we’re doing today and how amazing that is."

Now the singer is finally sharing the studio version of it.

How can we escape, all the fear, all the hate?," she sings over a plunky beat and violin. "Is anyone watching us down here? Death is life, it's not a curse / Reminds us of time, and what it's worth / To make the most out of it while we're here."

Uplifting songs like these are so important – now more than ever. Stream below:




It's also worth mentioning how great the cover art is. On it, Miley rocks a rainbow top – to celebrate Gay Pride Month. A happy hippie with a beautiful heart.

Her One Love Manchester performance:

The Today Show performance:

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