While fans are still waiting for Adele's new album, two of her previously-unreleased songs unexpectedly hit the web in full on early Monday, September 1. Recorded in 2010, the tracks both failed to make the cut into the British singer's acclaimed "21" album.
The first song, titled "You'll Never See Me Again", is an emotional ballad that finds Adele singing about leaving a man she still loves. "I won't face your fears/ I need to fight my own/ You'll never see me again oh baby," she sings.
While in the second track, "Never Gonna Leave You", she is featured telling her man that she'll never leave him alone despite the difficult times they have to go through.
The two leftovers were produced by Fraser T. Smith, the same guy behind Adele's hit "Set Fire to the Rain". They don't sound bad at all, but it's not clear if the 25-year-old superstar would want to include them on her new album tentatively called "25".
For now, not much has been revealed about the highly-anticipated LP. According to some reports, Paul Epworth, Francis White and Greg Wells who worked with Adele for her Grammy-winning second album will rejoin her for the new project.