Miley Cyrus MTV Unplugged: See Her Full Set List!
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Miley Cyrus MTV Unplugged: See Her Full Set List!

Miley Cyrus completely exceeded our expectations with her thoroughly entertaining MTV Unplugged performance, which airs on MTV on January 29. So which songs does she sing throughout the concert? Here is her full set list! And click here to see 10 things that happened during the concert that you won't see on TV.

Wetpaint Entertainment attended the concert, and so we're here to tell you every song that she played. Interestingly, when it comes to her own songs, Miley sticks entirely to her Bangerz album and doesn't play any of her older stuff. So if you're hoping to hear "Party in the USA" or "See You Again," we're afraid you're out of luck.

That said, Miley's set feels quite varied because of the different musical instruments backing her up, including banjo and violin on certain songs. And it's just her and the piano in a very moving rendition of "Drive."

Plus, Miley also throws in some unexpected cover tunes. She performs Dolly Parton's country classic "Jolene," and she closes the show with a lively take on the Artic Monkeys' tune from 2013, "Why'd You Only Call Me When You're High?" The latter song seems especially appropriate, given Miley's self-proclaimed love of smoking pot.

And if you ask us, the highlight of the show is when Madonna shows up, and the two do a foot-stomping mash-up of Miley's "We Can't Stop" and Madge's "Don't Tell Me." Speaking of which, we wish this show wouldn't stop.

Miley's Full Unplugged Set List


"Do My Thang"


"SMS (Bangerz)"

"Adore You"

"Rooting for My Baby"


"Jolene" (Dolly Parton song)

"Wrecking Ball"

"We Can't Stop"/"Don't Tell Me" (Madonna song)

"Why'd You Only Call Me When You're High?" (Arctic Monkeys song) — Oops! This one ended up on the cutting room floor.

01.29.2014 / 12:00 AM EDT by Ryan Gajewski
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