Brown Eyed Girls' Member Miryo Shares Her Experience in Lyrics
By Staff Writer | February 12, 2012 08:35 PM EST
Brown Eyed Girls member Miryo who is a singer/song writer surprised everyone by openly sharing that she included her personal stories within her new released songs.
Miryo shares about her experience being hurt by a playboy in her first solo single “Dirty,” Miryo’s lyric of “Dirty” that she wrote speaks directly about specific episodes between a couple. Like how he was the first one to reach out to her. Then he first asked the girl out but later started to avoid the girl.
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Even beside these Miryo has introduced a number of breakup songs in her solo album. Recently she shared on an interview with OSEN, “I wanted to go with a more party or sexual atmosphere with this album however it didn’t work out like that. Maybe because I have recently experienced a similar situation, and that’s why I wanted to continue with breakup songs.”
Adding, "It's not that we brokeup after officially dating, but I did experience a relationship ending. Intrestingly it's more difficult to have a love life as I get older."
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