It's All Right Here (CD single)

A catchy sneak peek at Hannah's Season 3 tunes.

What parents need to know

Positive messages
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Violence & scariness
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Sexy stuff
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Hannah Montana is a huge brand with lots of commercial tie-ins and associated products.

Drinking, drugs, & smoking
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Parents Need to Know

Parents need to know that they might actually like this song as much as their tweens will. This time around, Miley-as-Hannah abandons message-heavy lyrics and sings about having fun -- and maybe about wanting a crush to stick around. Either way, there's nothing objectionable here.

What's the story?

Hot on the heels of the Hannah Montana Season 3 premiere, IT'S ALL RIGHT HERE debuted on Radio Disney on Nov. 7. One of 10 songs that Miley Cyrus will perform on the series as her rock star alter-ego, rumor has it that the song will appear on the third season's soundtrack later this year. The song is basically about having fun: "Check out the scenery, we won the lottery," Hannah urges a friend (or \

Is it any good?


While the song isn't a huge departure from her earlier efforts, it sounds like Hannah has grown up a bit. Cyrus has graduated from sugary synth to bubblegum pop-punk, and her country twang is more pronounced. Lyrically, she (or rather, her songwriters) doesn't have much to say about popular Hannah topics like self-esteem -- "It's All Right Here" is more about celebrating the here and now and having fun. (Good, clean fun, of course.)

Families can talk about...

  • Families can talk about why Hannah Montana -- both the character and the show -- is so popular. What's appealing about having an alter ego? Who you do relate to more, Hannah or Miley? Why? Families of older tweens can also discuss Cyrus' squeaky-clean TV persona and whether recent media coverage has changed that image.

Music details

Artist:Miley Cyrus
Release date:November 7, 2008
Parental advisory:No
Edited version available:No

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Teen, 13 years old Written byDoctor Who Lover May 2, 2012
age 18+

Don't listen to her EVER!

Teen, 13 years old Written bysara4ever95 February 17, 2009
age 2+


great for children of all ages!
Kid, 11 years old January 3, 2009
age 3+

i support her!

i never said i was obsessed but alot of girls 12- like her and this song has a catchy anthem


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