London, July 8 : Welsh actor Rhys Ifans decided to bare his soul over his painful break-up with Sienna Miller in a gut-wrenching ballad.
Ifans had been totally devastated when Miller dumped him in May and is finally breaking his silence about it in the track Stonefinger, which he will be performing with band The Peth.
The recording of the emotional number had taken place when the Notting Hill star was really feeling down.
"I was heartbroken," the Sun quoted him as saying.
A few verses of the song that he had composed were revealed and each line showed the pain that he was going through.
"Every little thing you said would break me/All of it came true/Every bit of love I give/You mock it/Yes you do."
"Take me down to almost nothing/ Bring me down with you/ Every little thing I do you hate it/Oh yes you do."
The star, who has just completed a tour of North Wales coastal venues with his band, then implied that he still remains very much in love despite the break-up.
"Every other day I think about you/Yes I do/Every other dream I dream you wake me/You know you do."
The track will appear on The Peth's Golden Mile album, which is scheduled for release in September.
Ifans, meanwhile, has thrown himself headlong into making a go of his musical career.