Miley Cyrus Spooked Out by 'Strange Premonition' Lyrics in Mark Ronson Collaboration

During an interview with Ryan Seacrest, the 'Malibu' singer opens up about her new song, 'Nothing Breaks Like a Heart', and how to stay positive after losing home to California wildfires.

AceShowbiz - Miley Cyrus finds some lyrics in "Nothing Breaks Like a Heart" creepy. During an "On Air" interview with Ryan Seacrest, the fiancee of Liam Hemsworth admitted that a reference to a burning house in her new collaboration with Mark Ronson sounded like a "strange premonition" after she lost her Malibu home to the Woolsey Fire.

"We've been working for the past year and a half on the next record, so I didn't know the best way to come out of this blackout period," the 26-year-old explained. "But it's actually really crazy because I wrote this song with Mark in May, before we actually lost our Malibu house. And one of the lyrics is 'This burning house/ There's nothing left/ It's smoking and we both know it,' it was like this strange premonition and the timing just worked out."

Miley were one of many who fell victim to the wildfires that raged across Southern California in November. Though the house she shared with fiance Liam was reduced to ashes, she at the time tweeted positively, "I am one of the lucky ones. My animals and LOVE OF MY LIFE made it out safely & that's all that matters right now." She added on the November 11 tweet, "My house no longer stands but the memories shared with family and friends stand strong."

When speaking to Ryan on December 4, the former star of "Hannah Montana" kept her positive insight over the devastation. "I'm in a really good healing place right now," she gushed. "I definitely learned a lot. My dad has always told me 'Life is a series of adjustments' and sometimes we never understand what our parents are telling us until we start to experience life more."

The daughter of Billy Ray Cyrus continued on, "I'm starting to really understand what that means now experiencing something as life-changing and devastating as a natural disaster. It's a really deep character challenge to see the way you react to loss."

During the chat, the "Wrecking Ball" hitmaker also shared what she thought about the "LOVE" letters in her burnt down home. "That's literally and physically all that's left so I felt that was really poetic," she shared. "You can always rebuild a physical structure, but that love that can't be destroyed is always there and always stayed strong so that gave me a lot of light during a dark time."

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