Sunday, November 25, 2007

All about Miley's Songs

All about Miley's Songs

See You Again is a song co-written by Destiny Hope Cyrus (Miley Cyrus) from 'Hannah Montana 2: Meet Miley Cyrus'. It was performed along with "G.N.O. (Girl's Night Out)" at the 2007 Disney Channel Games, filmed in Orlando, Florida. The two songs will air as a part of the closing ceremonies along with performances by The Cheetah Girls and the Jonas Brothers. "See You Again" has been confirmed as the second single for Miley Cyrus. Also, the "Lesley" mentioned in the song is Lesley Patterson, Miley Cyrus's real-life best friend from Nashville, Tennessee, with whom she has been best friends with since the second grade. Miley confirmed on her official website that this was her favorite song.

I Miss You is a popular song recorded by Miley Cyrus who also received songwriter credit as Destiny Hope Cyrus. It made its first appearance on the first season of the Disney show Hannah Montana. It was included on the second disc of her double album Hannah Montana 2: Meet Miley Cyrus.
The song is a current radio single on digital radio.The song was written for Cyrus' late grandfather Ron Cyrus after he died on February 28, 2006. It was first performed in an episode of the show Hannah Montana, She's a Super Sneak, by Cyrus' as her character Miley Stewart, who sang the chorus of the song, as a remembrance for the character's deceased mother.

G.N.O (Girls Night Out) is a song performed by Miley Cyrus (credited as songwriter Destiny Hope Cyrus) from the second part of the album Hannah Montana 2: Meet Miley Cyrus. The single managed to debut and peak at #91 on the Billboard Hot 100, becoming her first single on the charts to not be credited as Hannah Montana, which is the character she portrays on her television show. The song was performed by Cyrus during the Disney Channel Games Closing Ceremony. The song has currently been gaining airplay along with "See You Again". The song is currently #3 in the Radio Disney top 10.

We Got the Party (With Us) is the thrid and current single from the album Hannah Montana 2: Meet Miley Cyrus, which was released on June 26, 2007 from Walt Disney Records and Hollywood Records. The song used to be named "We Got the Party (With Us)", but the "(With Us)" part was dropped, and it became "We Got the Party." This song was performed in an episode of Hannah Montana called "Me and Mr. Jonas and Mr. Jonas and Mr. Jonas", an episode featuring The Jonas Brothers asking Robbie Ray to write a song for them, and Hannah performed this song with them in the end. The version shown on the episode will be featured in Jonas Brothers' Jonas Brothers: Bonus Jonas Edition.

Nobody's Perfect is the first single released from the second season of the hit Disney Channel Original Series Hannah Montana. It peaked at #31 on iTunes Top 100. It debuted on the Billboard Hot 100 at #28 in June 2007, becoming the highest Hannah Montana debut until "Life's What You Make It" debuted at #25 in July. On the Hannah Montana 2 CD, it is track #2, following We Got the Party and coming right before Make Some Noise. The song is about accepting your mistakes and learning from them.

Make Some Noise is the second single from the Walt Disney Records album,
"Hannah Montana 2: Meet Miley Cyrus". The video premiered on April 13, 2007 on Disney Channel.
It was released for sale on iTunes on June 5, 2007. In July of 2007, the song managed to debut at #92 on the Billboard Hot 100 on the same week the second Hannah Montana album debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200.

Life's What You Make It is the a single by Hannah Montana and is featured on the Disney Channel's Hannah Montana 2: Meet Miley Cyrus soundtrack album. It premiered on Radio Disney on June 9, 2007. It was also performed at the Disney Channel Games 2007 concert. There is an official music video to this song, available on the Disney Channel website. A promotional music video was played during commercials on Disney Channel. It showed the concert performance from the Disney Channel Games 2007 and some clips of Miley and the cast of Hannah Montana having fun at Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom. "Life's What You Make It" has peaked at number 7 on the iTunes Top Songs list.

The song debuted at number 25 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 in July 2007, in the same week that Hannah Montana 2: Meet Miley Cyrus debuted at number one on the album chart.

One in a Million is a single preformed by Hannah Montana (Miley Cyrus) from the season 2 soundtrack of Hannah Montana, Hannah Montana 2: Meet Miley Cyrus. This song is the same as Aaliyah from the album One In a Million.

Bigger Than Us is a single by Miley Cyrus as Hannah Montana. This song is about a person having feelings for another one. "Bigger Than Us" teaches listeners that it's okay to want to believe in big things and that if you believe bigger things can happen.

True Friend is a 2007 Hannah Montana song featured on the Hannah Montana 2: Meet Miley Cyrus soundtrack. It is a song about friends who will stick together forever. In the Hannah Montana episode "Cuffs Will Keep Us Together", Hannah Montana said this song was written for Lilly, whom she introduces as a two-faced backstabber due to their dispute in that episode. The music video for "True Friend" aired on September 3, 2007 on Disney Channel. It was filmed at the concert taping in Anaheim on November 14, 2006.

Who Said is a song of the Hannah Montana soundtrack from the TV series, Hannah Montana, sung by Miley Cyrus as Hannah Montana.

The Best of Both Worlds is a song performed by Miley Cyrus as fictional character Hannah Montana for Disney Channel's most popular show, Hannah Montana. The song is the theme song for the show and Miley quotes, "When people think of Hannah Montana, they think of the song "The Best of Both Worlds. The song is about having a double life. It says, "Who would'a thought that a girl like me would double as a superstar".

On the television show, Miley Stewart (Miley Cyrus) has a secret. She's the world famous pop star, Hannah Montana. Miley wants to be treated normally, which is why she has the secret in the first place. The song was a big hit on Radio Disney, where it peaked at #1 on the Radio Disney Top 30 Countdown, which is the radio station's weekly countdown.

In August 2006, shortly after the debut of the Hannah Montana television series, "Best of Both Worlds" along with six other songs from the show's soundtrack charted on the Billboard Hot 100. "Best of Both of Worlds" managed to debut and peak at #92 before falling off the chart the following week.
In February 2007, "Best of Both Worlds" managed to debut on the British charts at #43.

In When You Wish You Were the Star, a Hannah doll sings a spoof of the song called "The Best of One World," a reference to the fact that Miley now lives only one life, and thus, she doesn't have the "best of both worlds," nor can she.

All Eyes On Me is a song written by Destiny Hope Cyrus (Miley Cyrus) from Hannah Montana. It was announced as Miley's first single to be released in January 2008. The song will be the lead song from the Hannah Montana Movie soundtrack.

I Learned from You is a duet sung by Miley Cyrus and Billy Ray Cyrus featured on the Hannah Montana soundtrack and a solo version on the Bridge to Terabithia soundtrack. It is also a song featured in the Disney and on the end credits of the Walden Media movie Bridge to Terabithia. However, the version in the movie is sung by Miley Cyrus only. It also has some different lyrics, presumably to tie in neater with the movie's plot. In Bridge To Terabithia, it only includes the beat.

Start All Over is a song performed by Miley Cyrus from her 2007 album Hannah Montana 2: Meet Miley Cyrus.
The single was released to Canada instead of
See You Again. It was also released to US Radio Disney
. About a month later, it was released to the United States. It is uncertain why "See You Again" was not released to Canada.

The music video for "Start All Over" made its worldwide premiere on MuchMusic's MuchOnDemand on December 14, 2007. It is Cyrus' first music video, excluding videos based on concert performances as Hannah Montana. The video involves a dream sequence in which Cyrus sings on the song while exploring a neighborhood street that is in the midst of carnival-like festivities, including skateboarders performing stunts, dancers, and a man walking on stilts, and concluding with Cyrus performing on a stage with a band. The video appears to be filmed as one continuous shot. Start All Over was one of the songs performed by Cyrus on the Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve television special on December 31, 2007.