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Christina Aguilera feels connection to song
Christina Aguilera admits she didn't write her new single.
The singer normally pens all her tracks but says she made an exception with 'Not Myself Tonight' because she knew how great it was as soon as she heard it.
Speaking to Ryan Seacrest, she said: "I didn't write it, actually, I really make sure that I write all my material because it's really important that I feel it, but that song kind of showed up at my doorstep.
"I was feeling like going back into the studio and expressing what I'm feeling, and what I've learned. So I was asking for tracks, and what not, and that just kind of showed up. I was like, 'Oh my God, I have to sing this song - it's just so me.' "
'Not Myself Tonight' is the first song from Christina's new album 'Bionic', which she describes as "futuristic".
She said: "It's kind exploring my wild side again, it's really a fun, fun record. Really futuristic. I was inspired by a lot of electronic music, electronic artists, and so you'll hear all of those elements."Posted on 1 Apr 2010 16:30 to category : Music News
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