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Lindsay Lohan confronts dad in song

  |   Aug. 11, 2005 at 7:42 PM
NEW YORK, Aug. 11 (UPI) -- Teen actress-singer Lindsay Lohan is reportedly dealing with her heavily publicized family troubles through music.

Lohan, 19, is penning an autobiographical album that will include songs about her imprisoned father, Michael, their troubled family life and her parents' bitter divorce -- currently playing out in New York -- People magazine reported Thursday.

"Where some people write poetry or short stories, she writes lyrics," her publicist told People.

The song that will probably be the first single released from the album is directed at her father.

"She's saying, 'You say you loved us, why are you doing this to us?'" the rep said.

As part of the divorce, Michael Lohan, 45, is seeking half the earnings his wife Dina, 42, made from managing their 19-year-old daughter's career. Each has promised to levy a number of unsavory charges against the other during the divorce hearing, which is closed to the media and public.

Michael Lohan is serving a prison term for crimes including attempted assault and driving while impaired.

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