Noah Cyrus recently released a new duet version of “Noah (Stand Still),” featuring her dad Billy Ray Cyrus.
The track sees Cyrus reflecting on advice she received from her father while she was battling her Xanax addiction.
“Death upon my doorstep, if I took just one more step/ There’d be nothin’ left of me except these songs/ And my father told me, ‘Noah/ When you don’t know where you’re goin’/ Just stand still/ Soon enough you will,’” Noah croons over quiet acoustic guitar on the opening verse.
After Billy Ray sings the second verse, Noah does the harmonies with him, singing, “Just stand still and watch your sunset leave/ The lonely dirt under your feet to fill/ Just stand still/ Sixty-seven-thousand miles an hour/ Around the sun, and that is how it feels/ Just stand still.”
Noah’s much-awaited debut album The Hardest Part, which arrived earlier this month, features a solo version of “Noah (Stand Still)” as the opening track.
(Photo: Amaury Nessaibia)
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