Madonna Promises She'll Write a Memoir 'One Day'

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Madonna attends the Tidal launch event #TIDALforALL at Skylight at Moynihan Station on March 30, 2015 in New York City. 

Unlike most people who have been in the music business as long as Madonna, the Material Matron has never written a memoir or even released an officially-sanctioned biography.

Well, that's going to change. Madge is promising that one day, Bedtime Stories won't be the only kind of tales she's shared with her fans. 

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"I'm sure I will one day. I've got so many tales to tell," she told BBC Radio 2 when asked if she would write an autobiography. And when she does tackle the project, she won’t half-ass it.

"If I wrote my book that would be from start to finish. And that's a whole lot of ground to cover. I think I would tell the stories that I felt were valuable to tell, that were inspiring, that people could relate to. I'm a storyteller, that's what I think of myself as, I would share stories that I think would inspire people."

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Madonna has previously written a number of children's books, as well as the insanely controversial (now out-of-print) coffee table book Sex.

While we understand a proper autobiography is no easy task, we'd love to see this happen sooner than later. So to that end, we've taken the liberty of brainstorming potential names for it.

Suggested titles for Madonna's memoir:

Bitch, I'm Madonna

Live to Tell

Expressing Myself

Confessions in a Memoir

Open Your Heart (And This Book)

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