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Arizona musician performs song on Jodi Arias murder trial

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PHOENIX (CBS5) -

An Arizona man is putting the high-profile Jodi Arias murder trial to music.

Valley musician Poppy Harpman of Poppy and The Usual Suspects posted a new video on YouTube that gives his take on the 32-year-old woman accused of murdering her ex-boyfriend, Travis Alexander in Arizona.

The 1:52 video that was posted on Thursday has about 200 views as of Friday morning.

Harpman sings, in part, "Ask her a question, she will lie. Ask her a question, she may cry. Ask her a question, she'll deny. If you ask me, bye bye."

Arias is charged with first-degree murder in the June 2008 death of Alexander in his Mesa home.

Authorities say she planned the attack in a jealous rage. Arias claims she killed him in self-defense.

Arias' testimony lasted more than two weeks and now witnesses are returning to the stand.

The trial is scheduled to resume Monday at 10:30 a.m.

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