Album 2014 : Amazing details on 3 songs from Madonna upcoming album
The Sun & The Mirror just revealed the existence of 3 demos songs from Madonna's recent recording sessions for her 13th studio album, due to be released in late 2014 or 2015.
First of the 3 is the already-known "Unapologetic Bitch", said to be the lead single from the upcoming album for several monthes, as Madonna uses the hashtag #UnapologeticBitch on social networks ! According to The Sun, the song is about her breakup with french dancer Brahim Zaibat, last year.
Here are the lyrics The Sun annunces from "Unapologetic Bitch" :
“I know you’d like it if I stayed home and cried. But that ain’t gonna happen, here’s the reason why: When we did it, I’ll admit it, wasn’t satisfied.”
“I’m popping bottles that you can’t even afford. I’m throwing parties and you won’t get in the door.”
“You know you never really know how much your bullshit cost me, but fuck you.”
“It almost killed me but I’m better off alone.”
“You know you never really knew how much you loved me til you lost me, did you?”
The second song "revealed" by The Sun & The Mirror is called "Heartbreak City". Recorded with Avicii, the song might deals with her former husband Guy Ritchie :
Lyrics from the song : “Getting what you came for, a bit of fame and fortune, and I’m no longer needed”
Other sources say that the song is NOT about Guy Ritchie, but once more about Brahim Zaibat and the pain she felt after the breakup (their love story lasts more than 3 years).
The last song revealed by the newspapers is a demo called "Two Steps Behind Me" or "Two Steps Behind"/ Also produced and recorded with Avicii, the song might deals with copycat, wanabee and young popstars that are using Madonna's recipe for fame and success.
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Tags : Album 2014, Unapologetic Bitch, Avicii, Heartbeak City, Two Steps Behind, Rebel Heart
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