Yes, another one! Who could forget the stirring melodies and heart-wrenching lyrics of A Father's Love!
Anyway, Michael Lohan has reportedly commissioned another song to be written in his daughter's honor. This time, the Lindsay Lohan-centric jam was written by Delious Kennedy, one of the members of the Grammy winning group All-4-One.
Michael is calling the song a sort of response to Lindsay's 2005 track Confessions of a Broken Heart (Daughter to Father), adding that it's about a "talented and beautiful young lady who has grown in our hearts, she is badgered by paparazzi, cut down by the media … She will wilt, but when she falls, I will always be there to pick her up and put her pedals back on."
Deep. Sounds like its going to be one hell of a ballad.
Oh, wait…it's not.
Actually, Delious says the song, entitled My Rose, is a club track with a sick dance vibe. He admits that he laid down the track last week and that Michael "loved it."
From what we're hearing so far about it, what's not to love about it?
So, now that your curiosity is piqued, allow us to leave you with this last taste of what's to come: some lyrics straight from the song's chorus! It goes a little something like this:
"The girl is like a rose garden. She falls back, springs forth and grows stronger with thorns."
Wow. WOW. We're just…wow!
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