Glee actress Lea Michele has insisted that she will not talk about the song - If You Say So - she wrote for Cory Monteith on her album, Louder, until people have heard it.
The actress, who sadly lost Cory last year when he passed away, opened up about the special song for Cory who she found love with on the set of Glee where they played on screen couple Rachel Berry and Finn Hudson.
Speaking to V magazine, the star who posted pictures of her provocative shoot with the magazine on her Twitter page this week, said:
"My album was completed in June. We had 12 songs. And then my boyfriend passed away, in July. So I met with [Sia Furler], because she's a friend and because we were thinking, Do we want to add anything to the record now? And we wrote 'If You Say So', on the same day she played me 'Cannonball'."
Lea has opened up about her music (Splash News)
Revealing that no one has listened to the special track, Lea continued to comment:
"It's the only song that no one's heard. I can't talk about it until people hear it. I just feel like people should hear it and I don't know if I'm ever going to talk about it. It's just one of those things where I understand what it means and you can take it or leave it. That song is for me."
Whilst Lea used the power of music to deal with her loss, she recently spoke about Cory and revealed that the late actor is watching over her.
Speaking in an interview with Teen Vogue, the actress revealed how Cory who played the role of Finn on the show, supported her as she began to record songs for her album.
"During Glee, I felt like I was scratching that itch of being an artist. I was at a great place in my life and I was so unbelievably happy -- my relationship with Cory made me feel like I could reach for the stars and more," she said.
"So I was like, 'I'm going to challenge myself and do this record now.'"
Lea Michele has spoken out about Cory Monteith's tragic death (WENN)
Recalling Cory's excitement with her music, Lea continued: "He would be like, 'You're going to be a pop star! What are we going to do? Are we going to, like, go on the road?' He would say, 'This is going to be big! And I'd be like, 'I don't know.'"
"He heard every song and gave me notes on everything," she adds. "He loved 'Battlefield.' I'm getting chills thinking about it. I would say 'Burn With You' was his favorite. He came into the studio that day."
Despite his tragic death, Lea went on to say that she knows Cory is still watching over her.
"There's just something about knowing he's watching everything I'm doing and feeling like I have to do everything now not just for me but for him. I also have a safety net below me -- if I fall or if it's too much, my friends and family will be there to catch me."
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