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An alternative version of Lizzo‘s Barbie song, “Pink,” has been shared.

A week after the movie Barbie smashed box office expectations, Lizzo has dropped the “Bad Day” version of her soundtrack cut “Pink.”

The original version opened the movie but a darker version of the song entitled “Bad Day” featured during a scene when Margot Robbie‘s character is having an existential crisis.

The one-minute reprise of sorts wasn’t included on “The Barbie Album” and was otherwise unavailable before hitting streaming services Saturday.

“Hey Barbie / Why so stressed? / Can it be those irrepressible thoughts of death?” Lizzo asks on the track. Later, Lizzo forms a depressing acronym for “PINK”: “Panic,” “I’m scared,” “Nauseous” and “K = Death!”

The track was written and performed for Greta Gerwig’s critically acclaimed #1 film, starring Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling as Barbie and Ken and distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures. On the heels of its record-shattering opening weekend, Barbie has surpassed the half-billion-dollar mark at the global box office.

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