Noah Cyrus’s new Album draws inspiration from Billy Ray and Tish Cyrus’ breakup, in which two lovers speak about their split.

Noah Cyrus will break our aching, breaky hearts.

One of the most challenging parts of Noah Cyrus’ new album might be a song her parents’ divorce inspired, she claims. The track, titled “Every Beginning Ends,” tells the story of two lovers’ worn-out romance. So it’s Death Cab for Cutie and Noah joining forces as they sing about bittersweet memories together.

In the song, released Aug. 26, Noah says, “You used to kiss me without a reason,” Ben replies, “No one’s made me laugh like you do.”

As they confess together, “You have to wake up every morning and choose to love someone, but I’m finding that harder the more that I am falling out of love with you.” Noah sings, “We had some good times, didn’t we, honey? Now everything beginning has ended with you.”

Writing the song with Benjamin, Noah said, gave her a “more understanding” of relationships.

“[Benjamin and I] talked about past relationships, failed relationships, our parents’ relationships, and relationships that have lasted forever,” Miley Cyrus’ younger sister Noah said. “He told me his dad has a saying: ‘You have to wake up and choose to love someone every day,’ and it sparked this conversational song about the twilight of a relationship and the reluctance to admit that something has run its course.”

Noah added: “I relate to that in many ways, not only with me but also just with my parents’ relationship.”

In April, Tish filed for divorce from “Achy Breaky Heart” singer for “irreconcilable differences.” The couple got married in 1993 and had on-again, off-again breaks where they filed for divorce in 2010 and 2013 but reunited after.

“It is after 30 years, five amazing children, and a lifetime of memories, we have decided to go our separate ways—not with sadness, but with love in our hearts,” stated the couple on People in 2018. “We have grown up together, raised a family we can be so proud of, and it is now time to create our own paths.”

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