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Adam Lambert's First Single May Be Pink-Written Song

October 27, 2009 (8:04 am) GMT
Adam Lambert hasn't mentioned anything about the title of his first single, but words are flying on the street, suggesting it will be Pink and Max Martin-written song.
Adam Lambert

may release "What Do You Want From Me" as the first single from his forthcoming studio album. The report emerges soon after DJ Brian Douglas from Cincinatti's Q102 FM wrote on his blog, "I spoke with Adam's record company today and we will have a brand new song written by and Max Martin."

"It is not the song from the '2012' movie. As soon as I get my hands on it we will put it on the air," the radio personality continued. "I was told today we will have it by Monday at the latest but sometimes these things change."

Previously, Adam told Entertainment Weekly about "What Do You Want From Me". He said, "It works on a relationship level, but I also relate to the sense of talking to the public. Like, 'This whole thing's a little freaked out,' but please have faith in me because I won't disappoint you."

The song was actually considered for Pink's 2008 studio album "". But, it ended up on the scrap pile.

Despite what Brian has written, Adam and people from his record label haven't released a single word to comment on the rumor. The "" alum has promised to reveal the track next week. If the rumor is true, he will follow the footstep of who also got unreleased song for his first single.

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