Miley and Molly

An article in the Northwest Arkansas Times warns about dangerous song lyrics in a new tune out from Miley Cyrus. The song, “We Can’t Stop” appears to contain lyrics recommending ecstasy, or at least mentions use of the drug in the description of a dance party.

The line, “Dancing with Molly” uses the common name for the drug, except some printed lyrics put it as “Dancing with Miley” – a completely different take. So which is it? The innocent, or the illegal?

Miley Cyrus herself cleared it up for her fans. “Of course I’m singing about ecstasy, you idiots,” she said.

This is at odds with what her producers said, but they had an incentive to clean it up to get radio air time for the song.

The singer seems dead set on dropping the clean-cut, Disney image and adopting an edgier style. The song describes several highlights of ecstasy-fueled parties, including the dancing all night, feelings of love and the increased body temperature that accompanies an ecstasy high. Great stuff.

Other attributes of “dancing with Molly” weren’t mentioned in the lyrics, but were in the Times article:
“Depression. Irritability. Fatigue. Impaired concentration. Dizziness. Diarrhea. Insomnia. Exhaustion. Oh, yes, and death. Here's how experts say Molly can kill: ( 1 ) She can cause stroke by making blood vessels in the brain constrict; ( 2 ) She can raise your heart rate and blood pressure, causing you to overheat, damaging the brain; ( 3 ) She can make the levels of sodium in your body drop precipitously, causing seizures and, yes, death. “

Cyrus seems excited and perfectly willing to follow in the tracks of other celebrities who have abandoned common sense and sought out the dark corners of addiction. Hopefully, she’ll wise up before the repeated visits to rehab start and her career spirals down.


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