Rebellion, a clip posted on Britney’s official website in 2006, remains one of the greatest mysteries in her musical career.

The lyrics gave fans a peek into a dark time of her life where she trusted no one, not even those closest to her.

Jeff Dandurand, co-producer of “Rebellion” (along with Christopher “Notes” Olsen), recently registered a new song on ASCAP (IPI #521354781) sang by Britney called “Never Lie.” He lists “Rebellion” in his official bio.

Not only has a new song we’ve never heard of come to light, but this potentially means the full “Rebellion” does exist.

Fans are completely captivated by its rawness that’s so rarely displayed with Britney. Where is this track in full? Why did she choose to release it? When was it recorded? These questions we may never find answers to, but we know the track in full is out there (Britney was spotted holding a demo with tracks for Blackout back in 2007, and Rebellion was listed as one).

It is unknown if “Never Lie” is slated for the Album 8 release.

Last summer, fans made #BritneyRebellion and Rebellion world-wide trending topics on Twitter hoping that’d spark the fire to get someone, somewhere to leak the full track.

Be wary of others
The ones closest to you
The poison they feed you
And the voodoo that they do

But in rebellion
There’s a sparkle of truth
Don’t just stand there
Do what you got to do

You’ll find it in rebellion
Your body starts breathing
They’re not believing what they’re seeing
‘Cause you’re rebellion

You’ll find it so compelling
With everyone yelling
‘Cause your soul, you’re not selling
‘Cause you’re rebellion

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