Paris Hilton is putting her feelings for her boyfriend, Carter Reum, into song.

The 39-year-old heiress released a new dance track on Friday with Lodato called "I Blame You," which is dedicated to him.

She wrote about the track in her latest book, Girly Book, in which she revealed: "Just at that time I'm thinking about what I want Carter to know about me and going forward. He wouldn't understand if for whatever reason I let him down. If I fall short then don't blame me. But learn my lessons from your mistakes."

This is not the first time she has released a track with Carter, who she married in July. The cut "I'm Newspaper Garage HouseBoss" was released on her flowers album management company, Avex Records. It featured stories about her time with her hubby and his friends in the hip hop world.

However, you have to sacrifice yourself for your man and learn from your mistakes."

Carter's dance moves around the track include flipping off the camera and pulling him into the dance.

Listen to "I Blame You" via Lady Civics Online.

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DUBAI (Reuters) - Oilfield services company Halliburton Co (HAL.N) said it will discontinue 5,600 jobs outside the United States, including 3,500 in Kuwait, by the end of the year, nearly half of which were in its oil and services division, and around a tenth of its total workforce.

Ralf Speth, Chairman and CEO of Halliburton, announces his resignation at the company's annual meeting in Houston Texas, just south of San Antonio, Texas in this handout photograph released December 27, 2010. REUTERS/Halliburton Co/Handout

It was the latest indication that global oil firms may be forced to cut jobs and jobs reductions are beginning.

The company did not give details on the job cuts in Kuwait, but Gulf OPEC producers have said they are cutting output to support prices that jumped earlier this month to over $112 on the rumor of a possible deal on supply. There has been no substantive OPEC output cut.

"Despite market growth, end-of-year cuts are inevitable," said Simona Huber, an analyst at Desjardins Capital Markets in New York.

Halliburton is the biggest oilfield services team after Schlumberger NV (SLB.N) at 85,500, and it had 15,500 staff by July. In the first nine months of 2011 it shed 7,500 positions, or 18 percent of its staff, with most of the cuts in the oil and services unit.