Vulgar new Lady Gaga song written in Minnesota

Should we be proud? Lady Gaga tweeted Saturday that she wrote her new single right after her last Minnesota concert. We were going to embed the song here for you to enjoy on our site, but, the lyrics are far too vulgar. We'll instead point you to YouTube if you're interested (cover the childrens' ears).
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Should we be proud? Lady Gaga tweeted Saturday that she wrote her new single right after her last Minnesota concert. We were going to embed the song here for you to enjoy on our site, but, the lyrics are far too vulgar. We'll instead point you to YouTube if you're interested (cover the childrens' ears).

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