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Miley Cyrus Complains on Twitter About Wanting "More Passion" in Her Life

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Sep. 14 2012, Published 1:24 p.m. ET

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While Miley Cyrus insists there isn't trouble in paradise for her and fiancé Liam Hemsworth, a string of weepy tweets left by the singer last night may suggest otherwise.

"Ever feel like you want just.... something more. not sure what exactly... passion perhaps?" she asked her millions of Twitter followers.

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Clearly feeling more philosophical than usual, she continued.

"Sometimes i feel like i love everyone more than they love me. hatttte that feeling," she whined. "Thought of the day: maybe it's not that they love you less, they just love you the most they are capable of loving."

Suspicious, considering the Hannah Montana star just announced her engagement to her boyfriend of 2 years Liam this June.

Is this really obvious foreshadowing for an impending split?

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"I'm really excited to, obviously, get married, but I kind of already feel married," she told reporters at the MTV Video Music Awards. "I know we are forever. I don't really need the paper right now, so I'm just really trying to work."

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Meanwhile, Liam has gushed to publications far and wide about how much he admires his famous future wife.

"She’s extremely happy and has a sense of humor about life," he told InStyle. "Happy, positive, fun — those qualities are good in anyone."

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