Miley Cyrus’s older brother Trace Cyrus, 28, released a song about his ex-fiancé and former Disney Channel star Brenda Song — titled “Brenda” — on Valentine’s Day.

Trace explained the song in a long Instagram post, saying Song had inspired many of his songs in the past.

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“This is not the video I intended to release today,” Trace wrote. “But it seemed meant to be since I just got this video last night. I wrote this song last year in Nashville after Brenda & I broke up. Her and I have both moved on and I’m extremely happy for her. She inspired me to write countless songs and was such an important part of my life. I will always cherish songs I have like this one to remind me of our crazy 7 years together. When I wrote this song it was my final goodbye as we ended our relationship. I told myself after I wrote this song it would be my last song about Brenda and I’ve kept my word. Music like this is my therapy. Enjoy. 💕 Happy Valentine’s Day 💕 my first music video will be out on my birthday Feb 24th.”

NEW SONG “BRENDA” IS OUT NOW! 💔 CLICK LINK IN MY BIO TO WATCH LYRIC VIDEO!! This is not the video I intended to release today. But it seemed meant to be since I just got this video last night. I wrote this song last year in Nashville after Brenda & I broke up. Her and I have both moved on and I’m extremely happy for her. She inspired me to write countless songs and was such an important part of my life. I will always cherish songs I have like this one to remind me of our crazy 7 years together. When I wrote this song it was my final goodbye as we ended our relationship. I told myself after I wrote this song it would be my last song about Brenda and I’ve kept my word. Music like this is my therapy. Enjoy. 💕 Happy Valentine’s Day 💕 my first music video will be out on my birthday Feb 24th

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The first few lyrics of the song read, “did I let you down when I wasn’t around?” He also sings about thinking their love deserved a second chance.

The chorus then directly addresses Song: “Brenda, I should have never left the West Coast. I lost you on the metro, smoke and mirrors got me losing my mind.”

The video currently has over 100,000 views. Song has not addressed it on her social media accounts.

Watch the lyric video for “Brenda” below.