Miley Cyrus and Noah Cyrus make up the musical duo, but they rarely sing together. As a special treat, the sisters teamed up for a joint performance in Miley’s rebooted Backyard Sessions series, and fans can’t get over how similar their voices are.
In the MTV Unplugged show, the siblings sang Noah’s “I Got So High That I Saw Jesus.” The slow jam is the second song on Noah’s 2020 album THE END OF EVERYTHING.
Miley Cyrus and Noah Cyrus rarely perform together
Miley and Noah started the song in perfect harmony. They sang, “I grew so tall that I saw Jesus. He said it would all be okay. You just need me in your heart. Tennessee Whiskey and Love. I grew so tall that I saw Jesus. “Honestly, it takes a few seconds to find out which of the sisters is singing which part.
Noah then took the first verse and sang, “Yea, they speak of the rivers running dry. How beautiful soon there will be no water left to turn to wine. Like a drunk at the wedding. Blindly raises Armageddon. So I get tall. The “Midnight Sky” singer provided some background vocals and harmonies.
After the chorus was repeated, Miley had her first solo. She sang, “Yes, Joseph lost his job on a machine. And Mary lost her mind to code lines. You can not see. And if the angels are AI, I burn it all down. I’m burning one down right now. ”
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Should Miley Cyrus and Noah Cyrus collaborate?
Outside of their voices, fans in the comment section of the YouTube video could not get over how adorable their big sister / little sister dynamics were in the show. Some said they even became tears from the song. This will definitely only make their fandoms want a collaboration between the two even more.
Miley has made a lot of iconic covers in her backyard sessions over the years. There’s her memorable rendition of “Jolene” from 2012, and she just covered Britney Spears’ “Gimme More” during the show on October 16th. “I Got So Tall That I Saw Jesus” is a perfectly slow jam that can be added to this list of covers.
Noah broke down the importance of the track 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 many different people,” the 20-year-old star said. “This song is not about or for a religion or a belief system.”
She continued, “Jesus basically represents a greater understanding and knowledge that everything has its purpose and that everything will work as it should. Everything will be fine as long as we are governed by compassion and community. Both are needed more than ever right now. ”
Clearly, the world of Miley and Noah Cyrus fans also needs an official collaboration!