Lady GaGa Debuts New Song 'Princess Die'
The star performed the track for fans in Melbourne, Australia last night...
Lady GaGa has unveiled a brand new song, entitled Princess Die, at her Born This Way Ball show in Melbourne, Australia.
The Bad Romance hitmaker claimed she wasn't sure whether the tune will feature on her new album, insisting that the "sad" ballad does not reflect the tone of her new LP.
According to Digital Spy, lyrics from the track include: "Leave the coffin when I go, and leave a pros and lipstick so everybody knows.
"I'll do it in the swimming pool so everyone sees. Or maybe I'll just s**t off of these fancy shoes. Wish that I was strong wish that I was wrong. I wish I could cope, but I took pills and left a note.
"I wish I would go in my rich boyfriend's limo. Right after he proposed with a 16 carat stone wrapped in rose gold. She just wants to sleep. The final act of life will be my own hands to do, I'll be a Princess and die with you."
GaGa previously confirmed that she plans to announce the title and release date of her third album in September.
The 26-year old also hit the headlines today (27th June) after she uploaded a saucy snap of herself posing in lingerie on Twitter.