Younger Now

Album: Younger Now (2017)
Charted: 54 79
  • Feels like I just woke up
    Like all this time I've been asleep
    Even though it's not who I am
    I'm not afraid of who I used to be

    No one stays the same (oh, oh)
    You know what goes up must come down (oh, oh)
    Change is a thing you can count on (oh, oh)
    I feel so much younger now (oh, oh)

    Feels like I've been living in a dream
    But never make it to the end
    My eyes open when they feel the light
    It's always right before I'm about to scream

    No one stays the same (oh, oh)
    You know what goes up must come down (oh, oh)
    Change is a thing you can count on (oh, oh)
    I feel so much younger now (oh, oh) Writer/s: Miley Cyrus, Oren Yoel
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
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