Miley Cyrus writes a touching song for her dead blowfish

Miley song for her goldfish

RIP, Pablow.

An artist can find inspiration anywhere and translate that into a true emotional impact. For Miley Cyrus, it was the loss of her beloved blowfish that translated into songwriting gold.

Cyrus released her ode to dearly departed Pablow as part of her Happy Hippie series, crooning about how can she “love someone [she] never touched” dressed in a unicorn onesie.

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The song ends with her setting Pablow up with a deceased seahorse named Sadie in the afterlife, and Cyrus breaking down in tears. 

Screengrab via Miley Cyrus/Facebook

Rae Votta

Rae Votta

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