On Wednesday, country music star Billy Ray Cyrus dropped the new lyric video for his song, “Good At Goodbyes.”
“Good At Goodbyes” is a song from Cyrus’ newest album The Singin’ Hills Sessions: Mojave and was released in 2020. The official music video for the song premiered on YouTube last month. The album features five songs by Cyrus that are sure to entertain his fans. It also features a Cyrus cover song that people may be familiar with: “Mama Said Knock You Out” by LL Cool J.
However, the lyrics to the song “Good At Goodbyes” were written by Billy Ray Cyrus, Jaco Caraco, and Tyler Hilton. Cyrus dropped the lyric video in a tweet to his fans on Wednesday afternoon. Listen to the new Cyrus song below.
“I’m getting so good, getting good at goodbye. When you come around, it’s just a matter of time. You’re walking out the door, but I won’t cry. ‘Cause I’m getting so good, getting good at goodbye,” the lyrics go.
The king of the mullet has released twelve studio albums and forty-four singles since 1992. Although, the country star is best known for his Number One single “Achy Breaky Heart,” which went on to become the first single ever to achieve triple Platinum status in Australia. In addition, it was also the best-selling single in the same country in 1992 and was translated into more than 100 languages.
Billy Ray Cyrus is the father of pop star Miley Cyrus. He’s also a multi-platinum selling recording artist, has scored a total of eight top-ten singles on the Billboard Country Songs chart. During his career, he has released 35 charted singles. Of those, 15 charted in the Top 40.
Billy Ray Cyrus Posts Hilarious ‘Elf on the Shelf’ Photo
When he’s not dropping new lyric videos, Billy Ray Cyrus is posting hilarious photos on Twitter. He decided he was going to participate in the popular holiday fad, “Elf on the Shelf,” that has taken off among celebrities this year
Cyrus recently posted a portrait of himself gazing off into the horizon on Twitter. Sitting on top of Cyrus’ shoulder is a miniature version of country legend Willie Nelson.
On social media, people have been posting miniature versions of celebrities on their shoulders. However, the catch is that their names have to rhyme together. So in the case of Cyrus, it’s Billy and Willie. Actor Mark Ruffalo also got involved by posting a miniature version of Robert Downey Jr.’s famous character Tony Stark on his shoulder. Furthermore, Reese Witherspoon did the same, photoshopping the cast of Grease in her photo.