Lindsay Lohan's new song "Too Young To Die" were blazing across the internet Tuesday -- as it appeared she had plenty of life left in her during a Twitter attack on comedy veteran Joan Rivers.
The glimpse of the ballad, with its eerie title, comes ahead of Lohan entering jail next week.
She was sentenced to 90 days for violating the probation terms of her 2007 drug and alcohol case by not attending enough alcohol education classes.
It was the latest brush with the law for the troubled 24-year-old actor.
"Hit by a train / falling from a building," she sings in the song. "Crashing my car, coming flying through the windshield / Falling in love with ya, I’m gonna get me killed / I’m too young to die.”
The song has been played more than 40,000 times on YouTube.
Meanwhile, Lohan fought back Tuesday in response to a scathing rant launched against her by American comedienne Rivers last week.
"Joan Rivers and her 'stargument' make me believe that she and Michael Lohan are a match made in heaven," the "Mean Girls" actress tweeted in response to River's biting comments while also referencing her notoriously fractious relationship with estranged dad, Michael.
"Lindsay Lohan is so dumb. Her idea of being sworn in is cursing at the judge," Rivers tweeted
after Lohan's impending jail stint was revealed.
Rivers, known as the "Queen of the Barbed One Liners," continued, "Lindsay Lohan said she wouldn't mind being under oath because she thought Oath was a Norwegian ski instructor."
Lohan's ex-girlfriend, Samantha Ronson , who was spotted Sunday with Lohan for the first time in months, also took to Twitter to defend her ex-gal pal.
Even though Ronson told The Times magazine that dating Lohan "was more of a headache than anything else," Ronson gave Rivers a bashing.
"Hey Joan Rivers -- you have collagen older than Lindsay," Ronson tweeted in response to Rivers's rant. "Pick on someone your own age, oh wait, I guess people that old can't hear."
Ronson and Lohan called it quits in April 2009 after a high-profile on-again, off-again two years of dating.