This is simply a rumor as of right now, so do not freak out, but two more songs from Adele's 21 have been receiving a tremendous amount of airplay on US radio stations lately ... One, which was previously released as a single in many parts of Europe, "Turning Tables", was rumored to be released as the final single from 21 in the United States anyways and was being sampled by mainstream top 40 radio stations across the country. The other, "I'll Be Waiting" was rumored to be released anyways but never was officially released. It was being played on many Triple A radio stations across the country.

Fans have also supposedly been repeatedly asking representatives of Columbia Records (Adele's US record label) if there are any more songs to be released as singles from the album. "Programmers have asked if we're going to release another single from, '21,' but we don't want to burn Adele out," says Lisa Sonkin, Columbia VP of triple A and public radio promotion. "We want them to be salivating for the next album.

"So, we decided not to send out promo copies and promote 'Waiting' all-out. But, we're certainly not discouraging airplay."

It would be very hard to beat the successful first four singles from the album, "Rolling in the Deep", "Someone Like You", "Set Fire to the Rain", and "Rumour Has It", though. With fans anxiously awaiting new material from Adele, though, a new single is very likely.

With news of Adele's pregnancy causing many people to believe that it will be awhile before any new material is released by her, this could be a good start. Adele has also promised a new single by the end of the year, which could be either of these two songs or the rumored theme song to the James Bond film Skyfall, which is rumored to be performed by her.

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