Like mostly, it’s if a girl hates her current, or ex-boyfriend—for me it’s an ex-boyfriend—so I think, you know, like, Nick is someone that was really important in my life, but I don’t hate him.It’s a good song and it’s fun." The song's lyrics are written in second person, a message from the singer to her ex-boyfriend detailing the hurt he caused her while they were dating.
VISIT THE 92.3 THE FAN HOMEPAGE Cleveland sports fans have a bold choice for news and information about their favorite sports teams.It was released on June 17, 2008 by Hollywood Records as the lead single from the first studio album released by Cyrus with no ties to her character Hannah Montana from the Disney Channel comedy series of the same name.Also registered as "Seven Things I Hate About You", Cyrus developed the song during the Best of Both Worlds Tour while feeling numerous emotions for an ex-boyfriend, mainly anger.The song's release brought allegations that it was about Nick Jonas of the Jonas Brothers, which Cyrus neither confirmed nor denied.Musically, "7 Things" bears aspects of both country and pop punk, while the lyrics in the song's refrain list seven traits Cyrus hates about an ex-boyfriend.Sports Radio 92.3 The Fan (WKRK-FM) features locally produced programs hosted by familiar Cleveland voices, along with headline updates every 20 minutes and a full lineup of NFL and college football play-by-play coverage.[…]For the best national perspective on the sports world, check out the new CBS Sports Radio on our HD2 channel.Everyone has their favorites and all those shops to choose from it is a daunting task to visit all of them.Hopefully, this list will help you find your favorite.So it was awesome to get to do that and just kinda go through all the different stages of what's been going on the last couple of years. I didn't even mean for it to be for, you know, the record or for anything. I got into it and I played some of it for my sister and she was like, 'dude, that's awesome'.And it was just so much fun to have, like, a good, little therapy moment for me, just to be able to go through everything. It was so much fun to write." In an interview with Ryan Seacrest, Cyrus said that she was "going through [...] nine-hundred different emotions while trying to write [the] song" and that her use of the word "hate" demonstrated how furious she was.