Ramona Thompson


Miley Cyrus


Maybe it's time that I finally grew up and moved on
In an instant ripping away that boring goody goody image Disney inpaled upon me
Loosened up and ready
Every part of me
From this moment forward is what I'm gonna be letting hang out
Young and free at last
To do whatever the hell I wanna do
Without the ghost of Hannah Montana
Suffocating me, the real deal, Miley
Crying out loud
To be heard
Above the deafing roar of my outraged fans
You'll all just gonna have to learn to accept
The new and improved me
That or you can
Move on the next tween queen

Rant and rave at me
All that you dare
I don't give a damn or even care
Under the thumb of my handlers and agents
Or your obsessive needs
I refuse to be any longer

Sexy and hot
Ready at long last
To flaunt it all

Get ready world
Cos here comes
The brand spanking new
*wink*

Miley *I'm So Done With This Hannah Montana Crap* Cyrus 2008

Submitted: Thursday, May 01, 2008

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