12:11 04 September 2009
Months ahead of its release, Susan Boyle's debut album has managed to top the charts.
'I Dreamed a Dream' has reached No 1 on the bestsellers/pre-orders charts on Amazon, beating out competition from other as-yet unreleased titles including Whitney Houston's long-awaited comeback album 'I Look To You' and the new Beatles remasters.
While little has been heard yet, it has been revealed that one of the tracks on Boyle's album will be a cover of a 1985 Madonna hit, 'You'll See'.
A source told The Sun: "Susan chose it herself - it's a song she has loved for years.
"She sang it at auditions for TV shows and music contests when she used to be cruelly turned away by people.
"At the end, when she was sometimes reduced to tears, she used to say 'You'll see'.
"And she's proof she can do it now as one of the most famous women in the world."
Earlier this year, Britain's Got Talent judge Simon Cowell said that Boyle's debut release would "surprise a lot of people" and claimed that the singer was "blown away" by the song choices on the album.
The album looks like a surefire bet for the No 1 slot when it is physically released on November 23.
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