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Judith Hill Wrote A Parody Version Of Her Song 'Franco' For 'The Interview'

'The Voice' singer's song was ultimately nixed from the controversial movie.

Update: Judith Hill's representative has reached out to MTV News to clarify that the song she wrote for "The Interview" was called "Franco" -- not "A Love Letter To Kim Jong Un" -- as previously reported. The song was a parody of a song she previously penned, also called "Franco." The song was ultimately not used in the film. The story and headline have been updated to reflect that change.

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After Sony requested that "The Voice" singer Judith Hill write a parody song for their now infamous film "The Interview," she tweaked the lyrics to one of her actual songs "Franco" (about the actor himself) to include a reference to Kim Jong Un.

Although the song didn't make it into Franco and Seth Rogen's highly controversial film, the song has now leaked and we can get a taste of what might have been.

Here are some sample lyrics from the parody:

"You got me light as a feather/You got me transcending heaven/So don't be confused/James Franco ain't got nothin' on you."

"Kim Jong-un/James Franco got nothing on you/Yeah yeah/Kim Jong-un/James Franco got nothing on you."

There was even one with a reference to Franco's film "127 Hours," which is probably intact from Hill's original:

"I could wait here 127 hours/It's true/There's only one Oscar and baby it goes to you."

Listen to a snippet of the satirical song via TMZ.