March 4, 2009 13:41

Coldplay's Chris Martin regrets giving song to Natalie Imbruglia

'We've given her the best Coldplay song ever', says Martin

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Coldplay's Chris Martin has revealed his dismay at giving Natalie Imbruglia a track that he claims could have been the "best Coldplay song ever".

The song is expected to be the first single from Imbruglia's forthcoming new album 'Come To Life', and may be titled 'Scars'.

"A bit annoyingly we've given her the best Coldplay song of all time," Martin joked to "But because we're off-cycle we can't do it ourselves."

He added: "Half of me wishes we still had it. But she sounds fucking brilliant on it. I think she has a very unique talent and an incredibly unique voice."

'Come To Life' is expected to be released in May.

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