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|Take Me Along|
|Song by Miley Cyrus|
|Writer||Miley Cyrus • John Shanks|
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"Take Me Along" is a song by American recording artist Miley Cyrus from her third studio album Can't Be Tamed. The pop song has elements of synthpop and intergrates instrumentation of an organ, while the lyrics depict a relationship that's most likely on the verge of ending, and Cyrus' pleads her partner not to leave her, and that he could take her anywhere with him, the lyrics also hint that there is infidelity in the relationship on the male's part. It was never released but is the tenth song on the album.
Background, Composition and ReceptionEdit
"Take Me Along" was recorded some time in 2009-2010. Written by Miley Cyrus and John Shanks, and produced by Shanks. The song is a Mid-tempo pop power ballad with a strong synthy back-beat and instrumentation that fuses an organ with the pop melodies while synthpop have elements in the song. It's prominantly led by piano, while the lyrics depict a relationship that's most likely on the verge of ending, and Cyrus pleads her partner not to leave, and that he could take her anywhere with him, the lyrics also hint that there is infidelity in the relationship on the male's part. Towards the end of she song, Cyrus comes to term with being independent and decides to let the relationship end, saying she'll be ok.
The song received mixed reviews from critics, some critics likened her vocals on the song, although most thought the song, along with "Stay", was "overwritten" and that the production and music composition was lackluster, though some noted the organ present in the song, and gave that positive feed back.