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Justin Timberlake Surprises Fans With New Romantic Song 'Mirrors'

February 11, 2013 (8:41 am) GMT
Fresh off his performance at the 55th Grammy Awards, Timberlake treats fans to a fourth single lifted off his upcoming album 'The 20/20 Experience'.
Justin Timberlake

As if gracing the Grammys stage on Sunday, February 10 was not enough for him to treat his fans, brought another surprise to his devotees by dropping a brand new single shortly after the music awards event was wrapped. The song is titled "Mirrrors", boasting an easy-listening tune and slower tempo compared to his recently-released "Suit & Tie".

In the new song, the 31-year-old husband of sings about realizing that a special person is indeed his other half. Though he hasn't said anything about the inspiration behind the new track, some fans start speculating that the song hints at the former boybander's relationship with his wife Biel.

"It was easy coming back to you. Once I figured it out, you were right here all along," so the former member croons softly, allegedly referring to his temporary split with Biel back then before they got married.

"Mirror" marks the forth outing from Timberlake's anticipated album "". Apart from "Suit & Tie" that features , he has revealed two other songs called "That Girl" and "Pusher Lover Girl" during his first gig in five years at a pre-Super Bowl show last week.



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