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Kylie Minogue Shares Handwritten Lyrics of New Single 'Into the Blue'

January 18, 2014 (3:36 am) GMT
Written by Kelly Sheehan, who has previously worked with Rita Ora and Mariah Carey, the first track off Minogue's upcoming album will arrive on January 27.

After announcing her new single "Into the Blue" last week, has now shared the lyrics of the song. The singer took to her Facebook on Friday, January 17 to share a blue-hued photo of the lyrics which are written in three pieces of paper.

"Who's ready to go #IntoTheBlue? Here are the lyrics for the new single, can't wait for you to hear it on January 27!!" Minogue captioned the picture. The lyrics feature lines like, "When I got my back up against the wall/ Don't need no one to rescue me/ Cause I quit waiting up for no miracle/ Tonight I'm running free/ Into The Blue."

"Into the Blue" was written by Kelly Sheehan, who has also penned songs for and among others. Minogue has described her new song as "euphoric return to the dancefloor."

"2013 was a year of big change, planning and preparation for me and I'm so excited that 2014 is finally here so I can share this new music," Minogue recently said of her new project in a statement. " 'Into The Blue' is really special to me as it encapsulates a lot of what I've been feeling - I can't wait for it to be out there."

The track will appear in Minogue's upcoming 12th studio album which is scheduled to hit the stores later this year.



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