Some of you may remember a few months ago my dear blow fish Pablow past away. I wrote this song for him...He made me so happy and I miss him everyday.... But now he is with Floyd and Melanie's sweet Sadie

Posted by Miley Cyrus on Monday, May 18, 2015

No, you didn't just take LSD and are now hallucinating. This is actually a video of Miley Cyrus singing a song she actually wrote about a dead blowfish.

The 22-year-old pop star recently posted a new video from her Happy Hippie Foundation backyard sessions. The new clip shows Miley singing a beautiful song in honor of her late pet blowfish, Pablow. At first all we noticed was how beautiful the singer's voice sounds in the clip. But upon further dissection, the lyrics to the haunting jam are pretty insane

"How can I love someone I never touched/ You lived under the water but I love you so much," Miley sings. "You've never been on land and you've never seen the sky/ You don't know what a could is/ Why does everything I love have to die?"

Miley Cyrus

Walik Goshorn / Retna Ltd./MediaPunch/IPX

"Pablow the blowfish/ I miss you so much/ And Pablow the blowfish/ I miss you so bad," she goes on. "On Saturday night we all went out to eat/ But I can never decide so someone chose sushi/ I got soup and I got rice/ But watching my friends eat my friends ruined my appetite/ Pablo the blowfish/ If they only know you like I do they'd love you too/ And Pablow the blowfish I miss you so bad."

At one point Miley seriously croons, "I heard of a seahorse named Sadie/ I heard she was quite the lady/ Maybe you'll find her and you can make babies/ That'd be kind of crazy/ If Pablow the blowfish found love deep in the sea." By the end, the emotional ballad has Miley crying tears of sadness. After finishing singing, she walks over to hug a friend.

Miley explained of the song on Facebook, "Some of you may remember a few months ago my dear blow fish Pablow past away. I wrote this song for him...He made me so happy and I miss him everyday.... But now he is with Floyd and @melaniesafka11 sweet Sadie video is up on my Facebook now."

Listen to the song for yourself.

  • Share
  • Tweet
  • Share

We and our partners use cookies on this site to improve our service, perform analytics, personalize advertising, measure advertising performance, and remember website preferences. By using the site, you consent to these cookies. For more information on cookies including how to manage your consent visit our Cookie Policy.