For my true story analysis I choose Miley Cyrus’ “We Can’t Stop.” This piece of music depicts a girl with her friends having fun, having sex, and doing what they want because nobody can stop them. Miley Cyrus says, “It’s our party we can do what we want.” I think when she says this is our party she uses that as a metaphor for her life. Her life is her own party and she can do whatever she wants with it. This idea of doing what you want because you can may be viewed in a postive way. One perspective is that people do believe young adults act in the manner Miley Cyrus Describes in her song. Many people have this Idea of a younger person such as Miley Cyrus going out on the town and doing what they want.
People, mostly adults, have this idea in which young adults do have sex, do drink, and do take drugs because they think life is a party and they're here to have so much fun...yeah. One of the lines says, “red cups and sweaty bodies everywhere.” The red cups refer to drinking usually in places or time in which drinking is not permitted. An idea that is very common among those who are not exposed to young adults is that they often drink and do drugs. Miley Cyrus also says “dancing with Molly. This is a reference to a certain drug supporting the idea that young adults also break the law by taking drugs.
The line saying “don’t take nothin from nobody” referring to the fact nobody can tell he what to or even give her advice. The reputation that was built by this video was very negative and people were repulsed by Miley's transformation from the kids pop star Hannah Montana to the current pop star she is today. This is yet another thought process by older America who have the impression that all kids start off innocent but become this sex craving partying rule breaking character in which repels anyone with sense around them.