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Lea Michele's new song " If You Say So" has been released online, and it will likely have you reaching for the tissues.
The ballad was written, according to Us Weekly, as
a tribute to her late boyfriend Cory Monteith, who was found dead of a drug overdose in a Vancouver hotel room last July.
The title of the song refers to the last words Monteith said to Michele, reported the magazine.
"Was just a week ago you said, 'I love you girl,'" Michele sings on the track. "I said, 'I love you more,' then a breath, a pause, you said, 'If you say so.'"
Monteith, a B.C. native, and Michele were also costars on the hit TV show "Glee." A
tribute episode aired in November.
The song will appear on Michele's debut album, "Louder," which is set to be
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