Adele attends the BRIT Awards 2012 at 02 Arena on Feb. 21, 2012 in London.
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September 2, 2014 12:36 PM EDT

Updated 1:56 p.m. Saturday

Great news, everyone: you can take a quick break from cry-singing “Someone Like You” into a mug of chardonnay, desperately waiting for Adele’s rumored new album, and instead listen to these two previously unheard tracks.

These songs, called “You’ll Never See Me Again” and “Never Gonna Leave You,” were allegedly recorded during the songbird’s sessions with producer Fraser T Smith for her 2010 album 21. They surfaced online for the first time this weekend, and they’re classic Adele: soulful, a bit sad, and probably about a man. Oh, and obviously, they’re both totally gorgeous.

Update: The songs have been taken down.

In the meantime, fans will just have to keep waiting for something other than a vague hint about the songstress’s next album. Come on, Adele. It’s getting dire.

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