Miley Cyrus and Noah Cyrus make quite a musical duo, but rarely sing together. As a special pleasure, the sisters joined forces to co-present Miley’s restarted Backyard Sessions series, and fans can’t help but marvel at how similar their voices are.
In the MTV Unplugged show, the siblings sang Noah’s song “I Got So High That I Saus Jesus.” The slow jam is the second song on the Noah 2020 album END OF EVERYTHING.
Miley Cyrus and Noah Cyrus rarely perform together
Miley and Noah started the song in perfect harmony. They sang, “I was so exalted that I saw Jesus. He said everything would be fine. You just need me in your heart. Tennessee whiskey and love. I reached so high that I saw Jesus. “Honestly, it takes a few seconds to figure out which of the sisters is singing which part.”
Noah then took the first verse, singing, “Yes, they are talking about rivers that are drying up. How soon there will be no water left to turn into wine. Like a drunk at a wedding. Blindly lifting Armageddon. So, I get on. The singer “Midnight Sky” provided some background vocals and harmonies.
After repeating the chorus, Miley did her first solo. She sang, “Yes, Joseph lost his job because of a machine. And Mary lost her mind from lines of code. You can’t see. And if the angels are AI, I’ll burn it all. Well, now I’m going to burn one. “
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Outside of their voices, fans in the comment section of the video on YouTube could not overcome how fascinating the dynamics of their big sister / little sister in the performance. Some said they were even made to cry by the song. Surely this will only make their fandoms want even more cooperation between the two.
Over the years, Miley has made a bunch of iconic covers in her backyard sessions. She has her memorable 2012 show “Jolene” and just featured Britney Spears’ “Gimme More” during the show on October 16th. “I Got So High I Saw Jesus” is a perfect slow jam to add to this list of covers.
Noah broke the meaning of the song in an interview with V Magazine in March. Despite its religious lyrics, the song is not about a particular faith.
“Religion or spirituality can mean many different things to very different people,” said the 20-year-old star. “This song is not about either a religion or a belief system.”
She continued, “Jesus actually represents a greater understanding and knowledge that everything has a purpose and everything will work out the way it is supposed to. Everything will be fine, as long as we are guided by compassion and community. Both are needed more than ever now. “
It is clear that the world of fans of Miley and Noah Cyrus also needs official cooperation!