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Britney Spears' '(Drop Dead) Beautiful' Snippet Arrives

March 7, 2011 (3:15 am) GMT
Beside the snippet which teases a portion of the chorus, Sabi's rap lines in this brand new song are also revealed.
Britney Spears

' new song "(Drop Dead) Beautiful" which features Sabi has been previewed. The short audio stream is the latest sneak peek to her upcoming album "" which is coming out in the U.S. on March 29.

"I will pay whatever just to get a better view/ And yeah, your body looks so sick, I think I caught the flu, Look at you, look at you/ Be my sweetie, be my honey tonight," Britney flirts. "Cause you're beautiful (drop dead)/ Beautiful (drop dead)."

The song's snippet doesn't reveal Sabi's lines, but MuuMuse has obtained her rap lines. "Boy, boy look at you/ I wanna get, get, get next to you/ Got me kinda hot but I ain't sweating you/ Steaming like a pot full of vegetables/ Boy, boy look at me/ I know you want to touch but it ain't for free/ I don't need your money, I just want your D/ Boy come over here witch'yo sexy ass!"

Britney will celebrate the album release on "Good Morning America", but reportedly will pre-tape her performance on March 27. A source said, "We are pre-taping because we would have had to perform at 4 in the morning from San Francisco to be live on the east coast, and it would be pitch dark at that time. We were dying to perform Till The World Ends in darkness. GMA didn't allow us."



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