It's one thing to have your love life continuously scrutinized by the paparazzi, and gossip rags, but what does it mean, when your relationships get put into song? Well, if you're Lindsay Lohan, it's probably just another day in the life. Yes, members of British group McFly, have written song called "Please, Please, Lindsay, Please," reports The Mirror, and it's about the band's drummer, Harry, and Lindsay Lohan, and the time they hookep up during the filming of Lindsay's last bomb, Just My Luck.
Confirming they had decided to go public with the details, Danny told us coyly: "The song is about Lindsay who Harry hooked up with in America.
"We banned Harry from having any say in the lyrics. Me, Tom and Dougie sat down and wrote the song as a joke, then went up to Harry and said: "Mate, we just wrote a song about this Lindsay girl you hooked up with. You don't mind do you?'
"He bloody loves it." We bet he does!
Danny admitted: "I'm not sure she'd like it, to be honest. She hasn't heard it yet and we've no intention of playing it for her.
"We did swap numbers though and she said she'd call us when she comes over here. She wants to buy a flat in London and has asked for our advice.
I haven't heard the song, but here are some of the lyrics which don't leave much about the encounter to the imagination:
"Set the scene, I think I'm in love now. Your eyes are green, you come from above now.
"I wanna put my hands on your skin. Underneath the clothes that you're in. I wanna get with you. Please, Please, Lindsay, Please.
"Your red hair, you're taking me higher. You love yourself more than you love me."
Of course, the real question is did they "come together," as The Beatles would say? Okay, sorry for the pun, but I just had to. Knowing Lindsay though (and I know her oh so well), she probably got off first. I seriously need to start a band.
Check out more pictures of Lindsay Lohan at the premiere for A Prairie Home Companion after the jump.