Saturday, February 27, 2010

Miley Cyrus & Bret Michaels Duet “Nothing To Lose” Caused Controversy: Miley Cyrus & Bret Michaels Sing About Getting Undressed in “Nothing to Lose”

Bret Michaels’ new song which featuring Miley Cyrus called Nothing To Lose raised eyebrows when the duet went online Thursday.

Bret Michaels, 46, the former Poison frontman, sings a duet with Miley Cyrus, the 17-year-old Hannah Montana star, about a bitter romance, lyrics such as, "We both know better than this/Tonight in the darkness there's nothing to lose/We both know better than this, still we can't resist/Slowly get undressed."

In the part of chorus, they sing together: "Won't you fall down on me/So close I can feel you breathe/Tonight in the darkness with nothing to lose/If the truth is all we can see/If I fall for you, could you fall for me?"

Miley Cyrus has also reportedly recorded a cover of Poison's hit rock ballad Every Rose Has its Thorn.

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