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Susan Boyle covers Madonna's You'll See

Britain's Got Talent star Susan Boyle released her debut album today (I Dreamed a Dream - the biggest advance CD seller in the history of and was interviewed by Today's Matt Lauer in New York City.

Boyle also sings a Madonna tune, 'You’ll See,' that she said is her answer to the teachers who beat her regularly with a belt and the classmates who so cruelly taunted her when she was growing up.
'That was a statement I was trying to make, because I was bullied a lot at school: 'You may have done that to me when I was younger, but you can’t do it to me anymore. I’m grown up now,' ' Boyle explained softly.



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Can't imagine The Power Of Love - J.Rush by Susan Boyle! And definitely she is adorable!

Give It Up to Me

I'm not crazy about her voice, but she's adorable. I hope she does well.


I totally agree with you, drieelle. I had the same feeling. Susan has an excellent voice, but I prefer M's version. It sounds more emotional.


I have been bullied a lot to (who hasn't I guess the bullies themselves ;) and this song says it all, that's why I love it as much as I do. However I heard the version of Susan and my preference goes to the way M is singing this song (more emotion).


This breaks my heart!

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