British singer/songwriter Charlene Soraia found life imitating art recently - she split from her partner after they penned a break-up track together.
The rising star reveals she parted ways from her boyfriend when they were working on new song Ghost, and she is convinced the split was meant to be.
Soraia tells Britain's Daily Star, "We both wrote the track to introduce this idea subconsciously to each other. It ended with us saying: 'You know what, we're not getting on even though we like each other.'"
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