The bridge continues with Lohan asserting "my life is full of ripped up pages, I've been weak, contagious, but I've been coming back to me" before her voice distorts as she repeats the sentiment over sparse handclaps and dreamy synths backing the song's chorus.
In case global circumstances weren't unusual enough right now, Lindsay Lohan has chose to use this moment to mount her long-overdue pop comeback.
"I know that everything changes / hard things turn to basics", Lohan sings in her new tune.
The 33-year-old adds: "I know I drink too much, but it's okay".
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Breathlessness abounded. "I can't breathe", "hyperventilating", and cries for Xanax filled Lohan's feed.
The post came a day after she teased her comeback with ambiguous video, which she captioned: 'Im back!'
The former starlet's first record, Speak, was released in December 2004 at the height of Disney fame, peaking at number four in the Billboard 200 album chart, quickly going platinum and spawning singles "Rumours" and "Over".
She shared a clip of herself rocking a patterned dress and heels with a colorful background.
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The track is called "Back To Me" and Lindsay describes it as 'rediscovering and accepting oneself, shutting out the noise and moving forward and letting the past go'. Living in the now.