A devastated Miley Cyrus cries while singing a song she wrote about her dead blowfish

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Miley Cyrus Cries Singing About Her Dead Blowfish

Miley Cyrus is still struggling to get over the death of her beloved pet blowfish, Pablow.

The 22-year-old singer shared a video of herself on Facebook singing a stripped-down new ballad on Monday, which is clearly written about her late pet. "Pablow the blowfish/ I miss you so much/ And Pablow the blowfish/ I miss you so bad," she sings.

She also recalls going out to eat sushi with her friends, then losing her appetite given the circumstances.

"On Saturday night we all went out to eat/ But I can never decide so someone chose sushi/ I got soup and I got rice/ But watching my friends eat my friends ruined my appetite/ Pablo the blowfish/ If they only know you like I do they'd love you too/ And Pablow the blowfish I miss you so bad," she croons.

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Towards the end of the video -- which is part of her Happy Hippie Foundation Backyard Sessions -- Miley can barely get though the song because she's crying so hard. "Damn," she says, before walking off to hug a friend.

Some of you may remember a few months ago my dear blow fish Pablow past away. I wrote this song for him...He made me so happy and I miss him everyday.... But now he is with Floyd and Melanie's sweet Sadie

Posted by Miley Cyrus on Monday, May 18, 2015

The song is not the first time Miley's honored her late pet. In February, she got a black-and-white tattoo of Pablow.

She also posted her text messages with producer Mike Will Made It at the time, stressing how upset she was about losing "PBF."

"Thanks mc you know how much I love my fishies," she wrote, to which he replied, "I already know u go hard for ur pets ... U like the female dr dolittle."

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