World Premiere of Adam Lambert's New Song 'Outlaws of Love'
Adam Lambert gave his fans "a little treat" when performing at Le Festival Ste-Agathe en Feux in Quebec over the weekend. The runner-up of "American Idol" season 8 sang a brand new song called "Outlaws of Love" which is about the struggles he and the other gays and lesbians have been facing.
"As you probably know, I have been working for the past couple of months," he said. "This is a song that will be on the new album. This is the world premiere......All of the things I've been talking about over the past year, all of it boils down to acceptance and this is a song that I wrote about how it feels, that no matter where you go or where you turn, sometimes it feels like you're just running from the law."
Sitting on a stool, Lambert belted out a powerful ballad with inspirational lyrics. "Tears all fall the same, we all feel the rain, we cannot change/ Everywhere we go, we're looking for the sun," he croons. "They say we'll rot in hell, I don't think we will/ They've branded us enough, outlaws of love."
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