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12 March 2012, 20:57 | Updated: 12 March 2012, 21:01
The 'MDNA' singer claims she has no plans to stop recording music.
Madonna has vowed to continue making music as long as she loves telling stories, and says she still has things she wants to say through her songs.
The 53 year-old singer is preparing to release her twelfth studio album later this month but claims she has no intention of stepping back from the music industry just yet.
"I guess I love doing what I do," Madonna revealed to The Sun recently. "I have a voice, I have opinions. I have things I wanna say.
"I love music, I love telling stories," she added. "So I guess as long as I feel that way I'll keep doing what I'm doing."
The 'Music' singer also revealed she has now started work on preparing for her upcoming tour, and admitted she is feeling "incredibly anxiety-ridden' about getting ready for the worldwide jaunt.
Following the release of singles 'Give Me All Your Luvin' and 'Girl Gone Wild' Madonna will release new album 'MDNA' on 26th March.