In songs on the new Jeff Beck album, Johnny Depp appears to address Amber Heard's defamation trial.

Johnny Depp appeared to express his feelings about the multi-million dollar defamation battle he was involved in with his ex-wife, Amber Heard, through new music on the soon-to-be-released album with British guitarist Jeff Beck.

Depp was given $10.35 million in damages after a jury found Heard defamed him on all counts following a nearly seven-week trial in Virginia amid allegations of domestic violence and sexual assault.

Heard lost the defamation case, but was granted $2 million in her countersuit after jurors determined that Depp defamed her through his attorney.

The 59-year-old actor will release a collection of songs with Beck named "18" on Friday, with two of the ballads on the 13-track album purportedly written by Depp.

According to a line of lyrics obtained by The Sunday Times, Depp sings, "I think you've talked enough for one motherf—-king night."

On the road ""Sad Motherf—-kin' Parade," Depp exclaims, "you're sitting there like a dog with a seven-year itch... If I had a cent, it would not reach your hand." The CD has been in the works for three years and features versions by Motown singers as well as songs by the Beach Boys, John Lennon, and Velvet Underground.

"When Johnny and I started playing together, it truly fired our youthful passion and imagination," Beck stated. "We used to joke about how we felt like we were 18 again, so that became the album title as well."

"This is a Song for Miss Hedy Lamarr" is one of Depp's original songs and serves as the album's opening tune. "I was blown away by it," Beck stated of the song. "That song is one of the reasons I invited him to collaborate on an album with me."