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"911"

  • Known alternatively as "Nine One One"[6

"Abroad"

"All That She Wants"

  • The chorus samples 1993 Ace of Base hit All That She Wants[10]
  • Verses are taken from a poem called "Remembrance of who I am", written by Britney herself back in 2006 [11]

"Am I Sinner"

  • Known alternatively as "Tell Me (Am I a Sinner)"

"And Then We Kiss (Original Version)"

  • A "Junkie XL Remix" officially released on "B In The Mix" album (2005)[citation needed]
  • Original/Official version leaked on September 2011

"Burning Up"

  • Cover of Madonna's song
  • A remixed version of the song leaked on June 10, 2011
  • Original version leaked on March 24, 2014
  • Spears performed it on the Femme Fatale Tour (2011)[12]

"Can Caper"

  • Had been scheduled as the theme for a Pepsi commercial starring Spears[13]
  • Published by Audile Productions[14]

"Conscience"

  • Known alternatively as "Conscious"
  • Failed to be included on In the Zone (2003)[15]

"Dangerous"

  • Failed to be included on Circus (2008)

"Disguise My Love"

  • Failed to be included on In the Zone (2003)
  • Published by Elleganza Music Publishing and Universal Music Corporation[16]

"Downtown"†

  • Failed to be included on Blackout (2007)
  • Published by Bug Music and Southside Independent Music Publishing LLC[17]

"Dramatic

  • Failed to be included on Blackout (2007)[19]
  • In March 2008, a duet version with Heidi Montag was sent to Ryan Seacrest, who premiered it on his show On Air with Ryan Seacrest. Both Jive Records and Montag's representatives denied having knowledge of the recording.[18]

"Every Day"†‡

  • Known alternatively as "Everyday"[20]
  • Published by Britney Spears Music, Laurel Street Music Inc, Production Club Music and Universal Music Corporation[21][22]

"Father's Eyes"

  • Registered by Broadcast Music Incorporated[23]

"Fed-Ex"

  • Registered on ASCAP with unknown publishers.[24]

"Follow Me"

  • Written for sister Jamie Lynn Spears as the theme song of television series Zoey 101[25]
  • Demo version by Spears known to exist[26]
  • Published by Britney Spears Music and Universal Music Z Songs[26]

"Follow My Fingers"

  • Published by Britney Spears Music, Hawk Arm Music, Sizzlegodlessgod Music and Universal Music Z Songs[27]
  • Registered in 2010 with the United States Copyright Office[28]

"Forgiven"

  • Registered by Broadcast Music Incorporated[29]

"Free"

  • Registered with Australasian Performing Right Association (APRA).[30]

"Get It"

  • Known alternatively as "Get It, Get It (Get It My Way)"
  • Known alternatively as "I Said"
  • Failed to be included on In the Zone (2003)[citation needed]

"Graffiti My Soul"

  • Failed to be included on In the Zone (2003)[31][32]
  • Recorded by Girls Aloud for their second album What Will the Neighbours Say? (2004)[32]

"Grow"*

  • Described as an "electro-ballad" by Steve Anderson[33]
  • Failed to be included on Blackout (2007)[33]
  • Published by Universal Polygram International Publishing Inc[34]

"Guilty"†

  • Known alternatively as "Guilty Kiss"
  • Samples Prince's "Kiss" (1986)[35]
  • Failed to be included on In the Zone
  • A Quentin Harris remix leaked in 2003-04, in radio edit and mixshow form.
  • Published by Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp[36] [37]\

"Guilty Kiss" Edit

"Hollow"

  • Known alternatively as "Hollow, Man!"
  • Failed to be included on In the Zone
  • Previously registered with EMI[38]

"Hooked On"†

  • Known alternatively as "Sugarfall"[39]
  • Failed to be included on Blackout (2007)
  • Published by EMI Blackwood Music Inc and Songs for Beans[40][41]

"I Have Nothing"

  • Originally recorded by Whitney Houston, and included on the soundtrack album The Bodyguard (1992)[42]
  • Recorded by Spears in 1997, and presented by manager Larry Rudolph to a number of record labels.[43]
  • Spears got signed to Jive Records after singing the song in front of the label's executives.[43]

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"Instant Dejavu" *

  • August 21, 2016 (Snippet)[140
  • In the Zone
  • A snippet was released on August 21, 2016

"It's Britney Spears Baby"†

  • Published by Wajero Sound[44]

"It Feels Nice"

  • Known alternatively as "Sin City"
  • Known alternatively as "Sin City(Punk'D Rap)"
  • Recorded during the 'In The Zone' sessions
  • Never planned to be included on the album
  • The re-worked version of the rap Britney performed on her 1999 tour and during her 2003 'Punk'd' appearance[citation needed]

"Ja Siis Ma Teen"

  • Registered by Britney Spears Music,Universal Music Corporation,and Broadcast Music Incorporated[45]

"Just Let Me Go"

  • Known alternatively as "Love 2 Love U"
  • Leaked on December 2, 2011[46]
  • Samples Madonna's "La Isla Bonita" (1987)[46]
  • Failed to be included on Blackout (2007)
  • Registered with Australasian Performing Right Association (APRA).[30]

"Kiss Me All Over"

  • Known alternatively as "Kiss You All Over"[39]
  • Published by Dollanaire Publishing, Hitco Music and Team S Dot Publishing[47]
  • Failed to be included on Blackout (2007)[39]

"Like I'm Fallin'"

  • Known alternatively as "Falling"
  • Failed to be included on In the Zone (2003)
  • Published by Elleganza Music Publishing and Universal Music Corporation[48]

"Little Me"

  • Known alternatively as "For My Sister"
  • Known alternatively as "To My Sister"
  • Known alternatively as "Just Yesterday"
  • A 59-second snippet leaked on April 7, 2006 via Britney's official website
  • Published by Britney Spears Music and Universal Music Z Songs

"Look Who's Talking Now"†

  • Failed to be included on In the Zone (2003)[50]
  • Recorded as "Look Who's Talking" on BoA's English debut album BoA (2009)[52]
  • Published by Britney Spears Music and Universal Music Z Songs[51]
  • Registered in 2010 with the United States Copyright Office[28]

"Mad Love"

  • Samples Lafayette Afro Rock Band's "Darkest Light"

"Luv The Hurt Away"

  • Known alternatively as "Love the Hurt Away"
  • Failed to be included on ...Baby One More Time (1999)
  • Features R&B group Full Force[54]
  • Posted on the Full Force's official website [55]
  • Published by Forceful Music and Universal Music Z Songs[56]

"Money Love and Happiness"†‡

  • Failed to be included on In the Zone (2003)
  • Published by Elleganza Music Publishing, EMI Blackwood Music Inc and Universal Music Corporation[58][59]

"My Big Secret"†

  • Known alternatively as "Secret"
  • A snippet leaked online on January 1, 2012
  • Published by EMI Blackwood Music Inc and Songs for Beans[60]
  • Failed to be included on In the Zone (2003)

"Never Lie"

  • Published by ASCAP[61]

"Ouch"

  • Failed to be included on In the Zone (2003)
  • Published by Elleganza Music Publishing and Universal Music Corporation[63]

"Peep Show"

  • A snippet leaked online on April 5, 2012
  • Failed to be included on In the Zone (2003)
  • Published by Elleganza Music Publishing and Universal Music Corporation[16]

"Pulse"

  • Recorded by Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark (OMD) for their eleventh studio album, History of Modern (2010)[64]
  • Published by Chrysalis Music[65]
  • Snippet leaked in low quality 27th of February

"Pull Out

  • Known alternatively as "When U Gon Pull It"
  • Known alternatively as "Pull It"[39]
  • Published by C Amore Music, Hitco Music, Lil Jizzel Music Publishing, Songs of Universal Inc and Team S Dot Publishing[66]
  • Failed to be included on Blackout (2007)[39]

"Pleasure You"

  • Was stolen and leaked with unofficial vocals from former pop singer Don Philip.[68]
  • Solo version is not yet leaked.[68]
  • Failed to be included on Femme Fatale (2011)[68]

"Rebellion"

  • Failed to be included on Blackout (2007)[69][70][71]
  • Full version is confirmed to exist, but is yet to be released/leaked.

"Red Carpet"

  • Failed to be included on Blackout (2007)
  • Published by Bug Music and Southside Independent Music Publishing LLC[72]

"Rockstar"

  • Failed to be included on In the Zone (2003)
  • Published by 7 Syllables Music, Marchninenth Music, Songs of Peer LTD and Tabulous Music[73]

"Sacred

  • Failed to be included on In the Zone (2003)[74]

"She'll Never Be Me"

  • A demo version leaked on 2001
  • Official version leaked on 2007
  • Published by Tennman Tunes[75]

"Sippin' On"

  • Failed to be included on In The Zone (2003)[76]
  • A Remix featuring rapper AC was commissioned for Blackout (2007)[76]
  • Known alternatively as "What Ya Sippin On"[76]
  • Published by 7 Syllables Music, Marchninenth Music, Songs of Peer LTD and Tabulous Music[77]

"State of Grace"*

  • Failed to be included on Blackout (2007)[78]
  • Recorded as "Entre Nous Et Le Sol" by Christophe Willem for his second album, Caféine (2009)[78]
  • Published by W B Music Group[79]

"Strangest Love"†

  • Failed to be included on In the Zone (2003)[81]
  • Registered with Broadcast Music Incorporated[82]

"Take Off"

  • Published by Elleganza Music Publishing and Universal Music Corporation[83]

"Take the Bait"†

  • Failed to be included on Circus (2008)
  • Published by Christopher Matthew Music and Hitco Music[84]

"Telephone"

  • Failed to be included on Circus (2008)
  • Gaga recorded the song alongside Beyoncé for her third EP, The Fame Monster (2009)
  • An early demo of the song leaked on May 2, 2010

"This Kiss"

  • A 16-second snippet leaked on April 26,2012 under the title "Kiss"
  • Full Version leaked on April 29,2012
  • Failed to be included on Circus (2008)
  • Published by Songs of Kobalt Music Publishing[citation needed]

"Today"

  • Originally recorded by Toni Braxton, but failed to make her second album Secrets (1996)[85][86]
  • Recorded by Spears in 1997, and presented by manager Larry Rudolph to a number of record labels[87]

"To Love Let Go"†

  • Known alternatively as "Let Go"[88]
  • Failed to be included on Blackout (2007)
  • Published by Britney Spears Music, Craskey Music, Grown Your Own Music and Universal Music Z Songs[89]
  • Registered in 2008 with the United States Copyright Office[88]

"Tilt Your Head Back" Edit

  • Nelly recorded the song featuring Britney Spears, but it failed to be included on Sweat (2004)[180]
  • Eventually Nelly recorded the song replacing Britney Spears with Christina Aguilera and released it on Sweat (2004)
  • A 35-second snippet of the version featuring Britney Spears was premiered at Singaporean radio Gold 90.5 the 22nd March 2016
  • Published by Universal Music Corporation

"Unbroken"\

  • Failed to be included on Femme Fatale (2011)
  • Published by BMI[90]

"Untitled Lullaby"

  • Known alternatively as "Untitled/Lullaby"[88]
  • Known alternatively as "Baby Boy"
  • Failed to be included on Blackout (2007)
  • Published by Britney Spears Music, Delightful Music LTD, Universal Music Z Songs and Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp[91]
  • Registered in 2008 with the United States Copyright Office[88]

"Welcome to Me"† 4

  • Published by Carol Bayer Sager Music and Wajero Sound[92]
  • A 6-second snippet leaked on October 6, 2011 under the title "Love"
  • Full demo leaked on May 11, 2014
  • Failed to be included on Blackout(2007)[5]

"When I Say So"

  • Failed to be included on Britney (2001)
  • Known alternatively as "Till I Say So"
  • Features Timbaland
  • Published by Britney Spears Music, Chrysalis One Songs LLC, Emotech

Music, Kierulf Songs, Mugsy Boy Publishing and Universal Music Z Songs.[93]

  • Registered in 2004 with the United States Copyright Office

"Whiplash"

  • Failed to be included on Circus (2008)[94]
  • Recorded by Selena Gomez & the Scene for their third album, When the Sun Goes Down (2011)[94]
  • Published by Britney Spears Music, Emi April Music Inc, Kurstin Music and Universal Music Z Songs[95][96]

"Wonderland"†*

  • Published by Irving Music[97]

Live Tracks:

Mystic Man

My Love Was Always There

Weakness

http://britneyspears.wikia.com/wiki/B_sides_and_bonus_tracks

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