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Lily Allen confirms her comeback
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Lily Allen's new album It's Not Me, It's You is set to feature 12 tracks

Lily Allen has released the track listing for her new album.

The singer will bring out her second record It's Not Me, It's You on 9 February 2009.

The LP, which is set to feature 12 tracks, is preceded by new single The Fear on 26 January.

Lily teamed up with Kaiser Chiefs on their third release Off With Their Heads and has in the past collaborated with Robbie Williams, Mark Ronson and Dizzee Rascal.

The singer has already previewed her forthcoming single on her MySpace page and released a short clip of the video for the song.

The tracklisting for her second album is: Everyone's At It, The Fear, It's Not Fair, 22, I Could Say, Go Back To the Start, Never Gonna Happen, F*** You, Who'd've Known, Chinese, Him, He Wasn't There.

She also due to hit the road next year.

Her debut Alright, Still has sold more than 1.8m copies in the UK and spawned hit singles including Smile and LDN.

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