In one of her most recent interviews, Share Watson, also known as the bearer of all the recent hopeful news that listeners of John's music have had prior to two months ago reveals more about what might been the singing snippet. While that can be just a rough guess, she sure is using familiar rhetorics, that might just, just seem less scary than the first time around.
DX: You also started talking about experimenting with a Rock sound and collaborating with John Frusciante of the Red Hot Chili Peppers. Did that song ever come out?
Truth Hurts: He’s putting his own project out. I sang for his project and I’m getting a track from him for my project. You never know with John. He may put it out, he may not. His thing is, he doesn’t make music for people anymore. He doesn’t have to. But the song is great that we did together. We were chilling at his house listening to one project that he did and he never released it. There’s this track on there where I was like, “Man, please let me take this cause this track is crazy!” He’s crazy on the guitar like nobody’s business. I was like, “Please let me have it!” [Laughs] Nobody’s heard it. It’s crazy. He’s like, “This is just for the archives.” I’m like, “No way. No way.”
If you would like, you can read the entire interview.
NOTE: The interview author notes that the project is Letur-Lefr, which is apparently, not the case.
*Many thanks to Robin Hipps for the heads-up.