Positive Messages: A brief and fleeting line assures listeners of their self-worth but nothing else positive
Positive Role Models: Miley used to be a role model but lines about drinking, drugs, reckless partying and "get some" puts her on the negative role model scale
Sex: Talks about "get some", "love who we want", "kiss who we want", "screw who we want" and "shaking it like we're at a strip club". But it isn't super graphic
Drinking/Smoking/Drugs: Talks about "red cups and sweaty bodies everywhere", "trying to get a line in the bathroom". The pre-chorus contains a word that could be seen as either "Molly" (slang for Escercy) or "Miley"
Language: "Hell" is as bad as it gets
Quality: A catchy song but lacks the vocal power of her past songs and is slower and less addictive then her last party song Party In The U.S.A. Three stars