Quotables: Of Course Miley Wanted to Leave Liam Hemsworth for "Months"

9/26/2013 3:30 AM PDT, by Sarah Taylor

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"I wrote ['Drive'] while I was working on Valentine’s Day - emotionally it was such a hard time. It is about needing to leave someone but not really wanting to completely cut yourself off from the relationship. It’s a time when you want to leave but you can’t. It’s also about moving on." 

--Miley Cyrus on needing to leave "someone," but just being unable to do it, but let's be honest -- assuming that we don't know the intricate dynamics of Miley and Liam Hemsworth's complicated (ahem, former) relationship, it's hard to say really who left who. And at the end of the day, it's water under the bridge; it doesn't really matter. What does matter, however, is the fact that Miley seems to feel compelled to keep up this tough ass facade that she's attempting to perpetuate, and it's not doing her any favors. It's like, "Hey, is their relationship 'Wrecking Ball', or is it 'Drive'? Is it both? Did Miley write the song because she wanted to leave Liam, or did she write the song from Liam's perspective?" 

There's just so many questions, guys, but the one thing remains the same -- Miley is the Queen of Oversharing, and if she thinks that throwing Liam Hemsworth under the bus as the dumped -- if that is, indeed, what she's doing -- then she needs to stop crying during "Wrecking Ball" performances and looking generally downcast these days. 

You just gotta make it more believable girl. Either that, or shut the hell up about it. 

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