When Lea Michele drops her upcoming album, [article id="1715530"]Louder[/article] , it's going to be hard for fans to not read into the lyrics for clues on the "Glee" star's relationship with late boyfriend Cory Monteith.
They'll hear another clue when they hear the song "You're Mine," which drops on Tuesday (February 11). The beat-infused power ballad, which Michele said is her favorite on the album and "so close to my heart," features the lyrics, "Now I'm so happy you found a place for me/ Boy you wanted me/ Some security and two heartbeats/ Boy, you wanted me/ Then you told me so, wanted me to know/ You let the past go."
Later in the song she sings, "You're mine, for life/And I'll be by your side/ We are entwined."
Michele told Elle magazine that the song, recorded awhile before Monteith's [article id="1710507"]death last summer[/article], is about the way love makes you feel invincible.
"It makes me so happy, this song," she said. "It makes me think so much of Cory. It was ours. When I think of him, I play this."
Fans are already freaking out about the tune, giving Michele props for the beat, her voice and sharing her most intimate thoughts.
@msleamichele it's absolutely beautiful Lea, thank you for sharing such an intimate song with us— Katherine (@gleek) February 10, 2014
Louder is due out on March 4.