Madonna's Kabbalah croon
09:30 27 September 2005
Madonna has reportedly written a new song inspired by the Kabbalah.
Insiders claim the pop queen, who is a devout follower of the mystic Jewish faith, has penned a track called 'Isaac', as a tribute to the 16th century cleric who founded the religion.
The new song is set to appear on Madonna's forthcoming album, 'Confessions On A Dancefloor', which is released on November 14.
Earlier this year, it was revealed Madonna is opening a Kabbalah hotel.
The star is said to have bought a five-storey £1.6million London house, which she will use as a hotel and drop-in centre for fellow followers of the faith.
Madonna, who has been a Kabbalah devotee for over 10 years, signed the deeds on the luxury property - which is just seconds from the home she shares with husband Guy Ritchie - at the end of May.
Madonna has also praised her Kabbalah faith for helping her marriage to Guy remain strong.
The sexy singer insists the religion has improved their relationship considerably by allowing her to accept the British film director - even when he "irks' her.
She said: "I can disagree with him but I don't love him any less."
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