Kelly Clarkson's expanded version of her latest album, "Chemistry," includes a very special collaboration.
The Grammy Award-winning singer's daughter River Rose is featured on a new track, "you don't make me cry," from the deluxe album, which arrived Friday.
The 9-year-old's background vocals are included in the track about the singer's resilience.
Clarkson sings in the chorus, "And you don't make me cry / And I cry at everything / You don't make me feel and I feel more than most now / That says somethin', doesn't it? / So I'm pickin' you from my garden, weeds aren't allowed in / Guess you missed that song / Feelin' free since I found out you don't have power / So you're searchin' for some."
River Rose opens the song and also sweetly closes the track, saying, "the end."
The new song comes after Clarkson brought River Rose onstage during her Las Vegas residency last month. The two performed a duet of Clarkson's hit, "Heartbeat Song."
"You don't make me cry" is one of five new songs included on the deluxe version of the album. The other new tracks include "i won't give up," "did you know," "goodbye" and "roses."
The deluxe version of "Chemistry" also includes two remixes and a live version of Clarkson's song, "mine."