Miley Cyrus: The Backyard Sessions – Look What They’ve Done To My Song

4 10 2012

The “Backyard Sessions” took place earlier this summer when Miley brought her band together to perform some of her favorite songs. The second in the series is “Look What They’ve Done To My Song”. Checkout the NEW MileyCyrus.com for more!

Look What They’ve Done To My Song was written by Melanie Safka. Featuring: Jamie Arentzen (Guitar), Jaco Curaco (Guitar), Paul Hager (Sound Engineer), Filmed and edited by: Kevin & Rebecca Joelso.

Checkout all of Miley’s videos on MileyCyrus.com where Miley will have more songs from The Backyard Sessions coming soon!

MTV review:

Miley Cyrus sure has a penchant for singing in her backyard. But then again, why wouldn’t she, considering she probably lives in a Nashville mansion? But that’s not important here! What’s important is that Miley has released another cover song from her “Backyard Sessions” series. Following her cover of Jeff Buckley’s “Lilac Wine,” the “Two And A Half Men” guest star has put her own spin on the Melanie Safka (of “Brand New Key” fame!!) classic “Look What They’ve Done To My Song,” and it sounds GORG.

Accompanied by two acoustic guitars, Miley (who, by the way, shot this pre-haircut!!) confidently wails the words to the vintage hit: “Well, if the people are buying tears/ I’ll be rich someday, Ma/ Look what they’ve done to my song.” No disrespect to Miley’s “Can’t Be Tamed” era, but did anyone else hear that adorable country twang in her voice? Because we think that twang is just dyyyying to be fully realized in a country pop album. And yes, you can most definitely quote me on that.

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