Nobody's Perfect: A very 'type 3' song.
Typical enneatype 3 'at their best' brainwashing gimmick used to make our American youth all consumers instead of creators. Self-depreciating yet self-confident, Miley is everything she seems to be. The ideal image is rubbing against Miley's true self (they constantly play with the two forces in order to create the emotional resonance of the song. "Patchin up the holes, then it overflows"), and you can practically see how psychologically the two inner worlds are connecting and making her a star. That's what makes the song so catchy and inspiring. "Always get it right in the end you know I do" typical type 3 positive bullshit that is screaming to the rest of the country 'GET OVER YOUR INTROVERTED EMO NESS AND JUST DO IT YOU LIBERAL SCUMS!'
The lighting of the song also looks very integrate-y. Just when you think she's being too cocky it retains this kinda dorky, social worker glaze, the 'aw shucks' yellow soft-glow light of suburban teen dorkiness and faux-ambivalence that lets us know she has fully integrated into a 6 and thusly is secure, and won't use her incredible power over us to stomp all us losers into total submission. (The average/unhealthy 3s are still doing this in high schools across america)
My god this country sure does have its ass up 3s though doesn't it.
Whoever said before that Miley was an enneagram type 4, is clearly wrong btw. I just don't see how you could see that. No offense though, I just... it's weird to me that she could be considered a 4. It's not a true work of art, its a catchy/mainstream pop song that is mind controlling me to buy Miley dolls to play with in my basement and worship the enneagram type 3 for all of time.
But still I can't help but like it. Argh!